5/6/2010

41" Bar Saw

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Yarde Metals’ Midwest division has expanded processing capabilities with the addition of an Amada HFA1000CII.

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Yarde Metals’ Midwest division has expanded processing capabilities with the addition of an Amada HFA1000CII. With the ability to process round and rectangular bar as long as 41”, this machine provides high accuracy cutting for large material.

The company says it has an extensive bar inventory, and the addition of a saw with this capacity ensures the ability to align with customers’ requirements and deliver throughout the company.
 

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