West Manufacturing News — January 2018
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Hudson Tool Steel Installs Amada Plate Band Saw

Hudson Tool Steel Corporation has announced the installation of its seventh Amada Plate Saw, the NC controlled VM3800, in its California facility. This is the seventh Amada saw purchased by Hudson over the past 10 months for its three processing and distribution facilit i e s . Including the VM3800, Hudson has installed three HA250Ws, one HA400W, one PC430X and one VM2500, bringing the total number of premium saws to 29 spread over facilities in California, North Carolina and New Hampshire.

“The Amada VM3800 can cut up to 150 inches long x 24 inches wide, all with NC precision,” said a company spokesperson. “With a work-load capacity of 26,450 lbs., material can be stacked for further efficiency, passing the value on to Hudson Tool Steel customers through shorter lead-times and competitive pricing.”

“Tool steel customers need quick deliveries,” said Rick Resner, President of Hudson Tool Steel. “Sawing technology continues to advance, bringing greater speed and tighter cutting tolerances that gives Hudson the ability to give customers the highest quality cut product in a hurry. Hudson Tool Steel has aggressive plans to continue adding new saws, as well as grinding and boring equipment throughout 2018 and 2019.”

Hudson Tool Steel delivers material cut-to-order, on-size or oversize, including precision ground flat stock, standard flat or round bar stock and drill rod, with most orders shipping same day or next day from centrally located distribution centers.

For more information contact:
Hudson Tool Steel
2198 S. DuPont Drive
Anaheim, CA 92806