On Feb. 8, HGR Industrial Surplus and The Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET) opened a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) resource center in HGR’s customer lounge at 20001 Euclid Ave., Euclid, Ohio.
The center houses pamphlets, handouts, books and periodicals that provide information about educational and manufacturing opportunities, as well as information about MAGNET’s services and programming. HGR also will create an online center with links to these and other resources.
Some of the organizations that have information available in the center include: Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International; National Association of Manufacturers; the five Ohio regional representatives of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MAGNET, TechSolve, CIFT, PolymerOhio, APEG and FastLane); local colleges and universities with industrial, technical and manufacturing courses and programs; Ingenuity Cleveland; and the Nickel Plate Historical & Technical Society.
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The Geka HYD55 Hydraulic Iron Worker features two hydraulic cylinders with two simultaneous work stations and five total work stations. This item has a 22″ x 25″ bed and two foot switches and 65,000 PSI.
A hydraulic ironworker can be used for punching, shearing, notching, bending and other metal fabrication functions. Ironworkers save time, increase productivity, eliminate waste and create clean smooth cuts and holes. Accessories are available to fabricate rod and square stock, sheet metal and pipe.