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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 7/8/2019
After nearly three years of extensive planning and renovating, our 1912 home is now officially historic! Believed to be the last active industrial building that supported both world wars in the state of Iowa, it’s a building steeped with historical significance, and we’re proud to call it home. Here are a few important milestones in its 107-year life:
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 7/1/2019
For the fourth year, we proudly exhibited at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, in May. Sparks and marks from the Rocklinizer and FlyMarker were the big draws to our booth, but there was a lot of interest across all of our products.
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 6/27/2019
The Rocklinizing process is versatile and conducive to automation, as a number of our customers have done via their internal engineering. They’ve reported positive ROIs both via the Rocklinizer’s cost saving effects of wear resistance and the automation-driven time savings. And if you’ve visited one of our trade show booths, you’ll see our X-Y table creating the longest lasting and most wear resistant chess or checkers board imaginable. We use these X-Y tables internally in our quality control and testing processes as well.
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 4/26/2019
For the first time in our 85 years in business, we recently hosted a Rep Summit at our historic, new facility in Sioux City, IA. 19 of our sales reps joined us from all over the U.S. and Canada along with our partners from Markator and LaserEvo.
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 4/11/2019
The Rocklinizer electronically applies electrode material by a spark deposition process. Material is impregnated both underneath and on top of the workpiece surface metals, tools and dies. Because no appreciable heat is generated, the temper of the workpiece is retained. Rocklinizer is applied to new or reground and re-sharpened surface.
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