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9/21/2016

Finishing equipment for Carbide Application, Markings and Welding

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Rocklin Manufacturing Co. offers several products including its carbide application equipment, marking units, micro welders and fiber lasers.

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Rocklin Manufacturing Co. offers several products including its Rocklinizer carbide application equipment that deposits precise amounts of tungsten carbide, titanium carbide, and electrode onto metals, tools, and dies to reduce wear and optimize grip. The company’s Flymarker battery-operated marking units produce deep and durable markings on materials from plastics to hardened steel. The Moldmender micro welder repairs molds and dies made of steel by welding the same material onto the affected area. The Laser One micro welder produces a laser-quality weld at a fraction of the setup time and its plasma-pulled arc process enables precision welding of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. The LaserEvo fiber laser marking unit delivers detailed laser markings of all types of metals, plastics and varnished materials and includes 20-100-watt power options. 

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