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Check our new Rotary Wipe Bender with an Electric Bend Head in action. Be sure and watch for our new safety clamp that ensures safe machine operation.. This machine is ideal for secondary operations. 
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Have you read through some of our Tech Talks from the Winton Machine website? Here is an article by George Winton about the basics of our CNC Extrusion Bender.
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Winton Introduces the OB23 Orbital Bender for High Volume Copper Bending at an Affordable Price. Be sure to check it out at our FABTech booth in November! 
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Our new DH25 Double Hit End Former drastically decreases the time used to form & change tube ends for pipes up to 50mm in diameter. 

http://www.wintonmachine.com/dh25-double-hit-ram-end-former
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George's most recent Tech Talk is out now! Check out his article, "Two trimming tactics for specialized tubular applications," and learn how one machine can perform multiple cutting processes. 
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We had a great time at Fabtech. It's encouraging to see so much activity around manufacturing.
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Our Model CTL-25A CNC wet abrasive cut off machine can be used for more than just tube bending and is ideal for metal working. Find out more about our products here!
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Rajab had a great trip to India where he was able to visit the Tube India Show. Special "Thank You" to our new friends!
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We were honored yesterday by a visit from the Chinese Delegation visiting Fabtech.
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Our CFO, Lisa Winton, spoke at the Gwinnett Trade Summit earlier this week about successfully expanding your small business internationally. "It’s pretty crazy when you think that someone across the world would buy a $100,000 machine over the Internet, but they will.”
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