History of Steel in Shipbuilding

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King Post Trusses vs. Queen Post Trusses

King post and queen post trusses form a sloping roof that is commonly found on residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. The primary differen...

Why Are Ships Made of Steel?

Steel is used almost exclusively in the main structure of ships and has been a primary element of shipbuilding for more than a century. It makes for a...

Six Common Types of Steel Sections

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Fabricating Steel Mezzanine Floors

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Structural Steel vs. Galvanized Steel

Structural Steel vs. Galvanized Steel While structural steel and galvanized steel are both used in industrial construction projects, structural steel ...

Importance of Steel Pipe Shoes

Importance of Steel Pipe Shoes Steel pipe shoes act as wear plates, supporting long lengths of oversized piping made heavy by excessive loads. They ar...

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Hypertherm’s versatile plasma systems have been designed and built for maximum efficiency and productivity for x-y cutting, chamfering and robotics operations. Combined with the Fanuc robot arm, it produces perfect bolt holes with no taper.
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