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Advancing Steel Roller Precision: Allis-Roller’s Innovative 3-Armed Robotic Welder 

In a strategic move towards technological excellence, Allis-Roller, a distinguished manufacturer of welded steel rollers, has recently incorporated a sophisticated large robotic welder into their shop floor.

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Post Covid Growth

The World took a major step back due to COVID, including a lot of global trade and business. Thankfully, the pandemic has wound down. Today, let’s explore how the manufacturing industry has bounced back during and post-pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on the worldwide economy, especially when workers were told to stay

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Horizontal Machining

According to Mazac, one of the World’s leaders in manufacturing: “Horizontal Machining, also known as milling, relies on rotary cutters to remove metal from a workpiece. Horizontal machining occurs on a horizontal machining center (HMC), which employs a spindle that is parallel to the ground floor.” When machines have a horizontal spindle then tools stick

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2023 Manufacturing Trends

Manufacturing has demonstrated continued strength in 2022, building on the momentum it gained emerging from the pandemic, and surpassing expectations from the prior two years. While overall demand and production capacity have hit recent highs, there are indications that the near-term outlook may not be as bright. The industry is currently experiencing concerns related to

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Management Update

PRESS RELEASE Allis Roller is pleased to announce that Russ Dudan is President of Allis Roller effective September 1st. Russ will be taking over for David Dull, who served as President/CEO since 2009- Dave will continue to serve as CEO.  Russ joined Allis Roller in 2018 as VP Operations and is instrumental in Allis Roller’s

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Supply Chain Collaboration

Supply chain disruption is easy for anyone to see, but the impact of the pandemic spreads far beyond toilet paper and household cleaner shortages. Since early 2020 and the emergence of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), issues like material and labor shortages coupled with increased demand have impacted nearly every industry.  In a 2021 survey, the

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Future of Manufacturing

In early 2022 while many people tried to predict the short term future of the manufacturing industry, we continued to suffer from an acute labor shortage. By October 2021, employment was down by over 350,000 workers from pre-pandemic levels. Beyond causing stress, the lack of high quality workers has led to more injury, product liability,

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Manufacturing Labor Shortage

In early 2022, the manufacturing industry continues to suffer from an acute labor shortage. By October 2021, employment was down by over 350,000 workers from pre-pandemic levels. Beyond causing stress, the lack of high quality workers has led to more injury, product liability, and damage risk for these businesses.  Many manufacturing labor jobs take place

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Inflation & Manufacturing

Current State of Economy Inflation is on the rise. While economists debate whether the current situation will be temporary or long lasting, manufacturing companies can’t afford to be caught off guard. High inflation can dramatically reduce profits and harm your business. In times like these, preparation is the name of the game. According to minutes

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4 Reasons Metals Prices Have Risen

As economies reopen around the world, the price of materials has soared, including the prices of prominent industrial metals. The extent to which these materials’ price rally may vary depending on multiple factors. As a recent study from the IMF and chart shows, metals prices have increased by 72 percent relative to their pre-pandemic levels—reaching

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