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Dallas Industries adds upper Midwest stamping and fabricating specialist to network

July 18 - 2014 - Dallas Industries announced that BDC Machinery, LLC., Nekoosa, WI  has been named to represent the company in the Upper Midwest. They represent a wide range of machine tool builders specializing in a variety of metalworking industry segments including stamping and fabricating and will represent Dallas in Wisconsin and Minnesota.  

According to Rick Wenzel, BDC President, “In addition to now representing Dallas Industries we represent a broad range of manufacturers of metalforming and stamping equipment including mechanical, servo and hydraulic presses, press automation, die change, scrap removal, tube processing and welding cells. Our goal is to assist customers in selecting the most productive combination of equipment available when purchasing new production systems or performing upgrades.  Adding Dallas Industries not only complements our line but will aide in building new relationships as well”.  

Dallas Industries’ press feed and coil handling equipment includes servo feeds in a full range of sizes and capacities including space saving lines, air feed systems, pull-thru straighteners and their powered units, cradles and coil reels, and auxiliary accessories. DallaSmart ProfileSelect™ Controls put less stress on all the mechanics by providing a smooth motion and material feed, utilizing 100 percent of the press feed window. Other DallaSmart controls include networking, monitoring and analysis systems for communicating to the plant floor while monitoring and analyzing equipment efficiencies and providing reports.

 

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