Steven Glassner
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The Fire Which Melts the Metal

In the manufacturing and sheet metal engineering applications, laser cutting is extensively used. A focused laser beam is applied on the metal sheets to melt, burn or even blow away material by the jet of gas which leaves the edge with high quality surface finish. Being versatile in nature, its range of usefulness is…See More
Nov 16
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Laser Consumables: Sharpen the Sword for Superior Cuts!

LASER: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation is a device that emits light through a process of optical amplification based on stimulated emission of electromagnetic radiation. This technology is largely applied in the manufacturing and metal fabrication works. Millions of dollars are…See More
Nov 10
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Points to Watch Out for While Choosing Your Fabrication Partner!

When it comes to zeroing on particular service, business owners and customers often consider the cost factor and pricing of utmost importance. Unfortunately, the same mindset is followed when selecting a fabrication partner. However, that’s not how it works. If you want to obtain superior quality cutting services from your fabrication partner, you must take a lot of aspects into consideration. After all, it is no less than a relationship that has a direct impact on your clients and business. …See More
Oct 23
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Laser Cutting Edges like a Pro: What is Needed?

When it comes to metal fabrication, lasers are a widely accepted tool. This is because they offer flawless cutting at an extraordinary pace and can handle materials just right. No matter how good the laser cutting tool is, the production cycle also depends on factors like –The time taken for operators to load and unload sheets, the duration up to which the machine remains idle…etc. This was about the production cycle of metal sheets. But what about their edges and overall quality once the…See More
Oct 16
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Sep 19
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Things to Consider Before Deciding on a Metal Fabrication Company

Several small and huge firms provide metal fabrication services. Some of them provide huge amount of production at low costs and some provide bespoke services at high prices. The work of these companies totally depends on the type of clients they are dealing with. If you want professionals to undertake your metal fabrication projects, there are several things you must consider before deciding on a company. Let’s take a tool at some of them. Knowing about the services and offerings The first…See More
Apr 6
Steven Glassner posted a blog post

Common Laser Cutting Mistakes To Avoid

Laser cutting has certainly made the work of cutting metals tremendously easy. But it doesn’t come without its own set of rules and guidelines which one needs to follow to ensure the works is done as per the requirements. Even the slightest of mistakes can affect the proficiency of your work and hinder optimum utilization of your machine. One of the biggest mistakes is not to go for quality laser cutting machines and not keeping the machine parts in top working condition. You should use laser…See More
Mar 14
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Mar 9

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Alternative Parts Inc.
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http://www.altparts.com/
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Alternative Parts, Inc. is the manufacturer and distributor of replacement parts for Amada Machinery.

Steven Glassner's Blog

The Fire Which Melts the Metal

Posted on November 15, 2017 at 6:39am 0 Comments

In the manufacturing and sheet metal engineering applications, laser cutting is extensively used. A focused laser beam is applied on the metal sheets to melt, burn or even blow away material by the jet of gas which leaves the edge with high quality surface finish. Being…

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Points to Watch Out for While Choosing Your Fabrication Partner!

Posted on October 23, 2017 at 2:40am 0 Comments

When it comes to zeroing on particular service, business owners and customers often consider the cost factor and pricing of utmost importance. Unfortunately, the same…

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Laser Cutting Edges like a Pro: What is Needed?

Posted on October 16, 2017 at 4:00am 0 Comments

When it comes to metal fabrication, lasers are a widely accepted tool. This is because they offer flawless cutting at an extraordinary pace and can handle materials just…

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