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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 5/13/2021
How much time and money are you losing due to preventable wear or poor grip? What savings would you realize if you could delay or even avoid equipment purchases?
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 3/23/2021
Introducing the first ever battery-operated carbide applicator, the Rocklinizer® micro (patent pending). Built on decades of proven technology, our Rocklinizer® spark deposition process applies extremely hard and wear resistant coatings ranging from 60 to 80 HRC onto metals, tools, and dies.
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 6/29/2020
The battery-operated FlyMarker® is unique in that it can provide full portability for marking throughout a shop, but also easily slide into a column frame for marking tags. You can see how the FlyMarker® transforms into a tabletop unit in this one-minute clip. Along with higher quality markings, this customer now realizes benefits that include increased manpower, better inventory control, improved traceability through serialization, and a far safer marking process.
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 1/23/2019
Any punching and stamping operation knows all too well the damage, costs, and lost time that slug pull creates. Fortunately, there is an easy solution to make these headaches go away – and never come back.
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 3/27/2018
We recently had the opportunity to film key applications of the Rocklinizer at customer sites, demonstrating how the carbide is applied to increase machine life, slash downtime, and enhance gripping. The following video shows the application of tungsten carbide, titanium carbide, and Rockhard electrode material onto metals, tools, and dies spanning the following applications:
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Posted by Ross Rocklin in Rocklin Mfg on 9/5/2017
We constantly hear from customers who employ hand stamping and other manual processes to mark and track their parts, tools, and other equipment. While hand stampings seem like a safe bet, the risks and inefficiencies far outweigh the perceived benefits.
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