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Submerged Arc Welding: Technology That Gets Better With Age

Manufacturing technology today is worlds away from the techniques and processes used in the early part of the 20th century. However, in the case of Submerged Arc Welding (SAW), a uniquely safe and consistent welding method that’s been in use since the 1930s, new technology hasn’t reduced its relevance to machined parts manufacturing. As a

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FBPC Job Fair

FRANKLIN, WI (March 19, 2018) – Don’t wait for Foxconn – there are plenty of jobs available now in Franklin, Wisconsin. A job fair focused on manufacturing and skilled trade jobs is taking place at Franklin High School on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 from 4:00-7:00 pm. The Franklin Business Park Consortium is sponsoring the job

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Engineers Make Better Machined and Welded Parts

The chemistry and physics involved in complex machined parts requires a significant level of education and industry knowledge in order to successfully navigate. As a result, the gulf between machined parts manufacturers with engineering expertise and those without is a wide one, and can mean the difference between parts that fail and parts that maximize

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Steel Rollers in Heavy Industry: Agriculture, Mining, & Construction

Steel rollers serve simple functions in otherwise complex machinery. However, the process for making them durable components for high-tolerance industrial applications is anything but simple. Here’s how well-engineered and well-made steel rollers keep heavy industry harvesting, digging, and building the world as we know it. A Lot Rests On Steel Rollers Relatively common parts are

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Welding Quality Makes or Breaks Machined Parts

In a manufacturing market where welding services are widely available, how can you be sure that parts you’ve ordered will be welded with an adequate level of care? Doing your homework may involve a little bit of investigating and asking potential vendors the right questions, but knowing that their equipment and welding skills are at

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Superior Shafts Require a Superior Process

Simple parts make even the most advanced modern equipment possible, and shafts are one of those vital components. However, not all shafts are created equal and the quality of a shaft depends on the skill of the machinist and the manufacturing process of the part. At Allis Roller, we specialize in complex machined parts, and

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Preventative Quality Control Requires Internal Accountability

Even the tightest of ships will experience fabrication defects and errors in the manufacturing industry. The key to preventing those defective parts and products from making their way into the unknowing hands of valuable customers is a quality control strategy based on prevention instead of damage control. Here’s what it means to have a preventative

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Complex Machined Parts As Simple Solutions

The term “complex machined parts” can sound both daunting and expensive to anyone seeking to outfit, maintain, or upgrade their existing machinery. A mass-produced, quick-fix option can seem like less of a risk at the outset, but in reality, a lower-quality part can jeopardize the entire piece of machinery. With parts machining, you get what

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Where ‘Rubber’ Meets the Road: What Makes Allis Roller Different

Rubber rollers have had a role in multiple industries for over 100 years. At first, they could only be produced with natural rubber from trees found in southeast Asian countries. Eventually a formula for synthetic rubber was developed, allowing rubber roller manufacturers greater flexibility in their roller production. Since those early days of roller manufacturing,

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PAUL RYAN VISITS ALLIS ROLLER TO DISCUSS WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

FRANKLIN, Wis., Aug. 9th, 2017 – House Speaker, Paul Ryan, focused on workforce development programs during a visit to Allis Roller on August 4th. During this visit, Ryan discussed the importance of bringing the government, private sector, and educational programs together to close the skills gap and help people become qualified for future jobs, specifically

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