Rethinking equipment purchasing strategies

June 1st, 2021

Gilman Gear in Gilman, Conn., pivoted from making sporting equipment to surgical gowns during the pandemic. Here, employee Colton Fuqua pulls off gowns as they are being cut by an Eastman cutting machine. Photo: Gilman Gear. Of all the adages that could be applied to the past year, “Necessity is the mother of invention” may […]

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Minimal footprint cutting system

October 1st, 2019

Available in three new configurations, the latest release of the Eagle-C125 conveyor cutting system features several options aimed to minimize required factory space while maintaining complete cutting automation. With an 8-foot-long, single-frame design in 60-, 72- and 78-inch widths, the system is recommended for companies that need to cut long parts, require continuous conveying or […]

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