Rex-Cut Blog

    5 Ways of Removing Aluminum Burrs

    May 18, 2017

    Creating parts for aerospace and automotive applications requires the highest level of precision and accuracy of cut and fit. Your final product needs to be smooth and ready for use in critical components of airplanes, vehicles, and other mechanical and technical applications. Read More

    Filed under: Aluminum
    3 Surprising Solutions to Aluminum Fabrication Hangups

    May 4, 2017

    Aluminum: love it or hate it, but you will have to work with it often and increasingly more often if you work with marine fabrication. Read More

    Filed under: Aluminum
    5 Production Mistakes That Kill Your Bottom Line

    April 1, 2017

    Production mistakes are costly time-drains, but avoidable with a little bit of thinking ahead. Make sure that you aren’t making any of these five errors that will hurt your plant’s profitability and reputation. Read More

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    Robotic vs. Manual Deburring, Which Makes Sense for Your Company

    February 3, 2017

    Many metal parts must be deburred before being put to use, but not all finishing applications are created equal. Read More

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    Bolster Your Efficiency Working With Stainless Steel

    September 28, 2016

    Stainless steel has been used in architecture since 1922 and is the material responsible for some of the world’s most recognizable buildings. Read More

    Filed under: Stainless Steel
    Coming Soon: Fusion Quick Change Disc

    September 8, 2016

    Rex-Cut Abrasives will be introducing a new line of layered quick change flap discs at FABTECH 2016 in Las Vegas. Read More

    Filed under: company news
    Type 1 Wheel Improvement Announcement

    August 21, 2016

    Rex-Cut Type 1 Cotton Fiber wheels will soon be manufactured without embossing.Extensive R&D has shown by eliminating embossing, we are able to manufacture wheels with more consistent density and tolerance. Read More

    Filed under: company news
    Luxury Furniture Welder Relies on Max Flex For Precision and Beauty

    August 10, 2016

    Justin Carnagey is not a typical welder. An economist by trade, Mr. Carnagey took up welding as a weekend hobby. Read More

    Filed under: fabrication
    Finishing Corner Welds on Tubes/Railings Made Easy

    August 6, 2016

    Finishing Tube/Railing Corners Made Easy Read More

    Finish Fillet Welds the Right Way, Every Time

    July 14, 2016

    Tee joint and lap joint welds are some of the most common welds performed by fabricators today. Both of these common welds, as well as all fillet welds, must be finished properly in order to hold their integrity. Read More

    Filed under: fabrication
    Flatbread Machinery Manufacturer: Finding Efficiency by Grinding and Blending Aluminum in One Step

    June 6, 2016

    Metalworkers know that switching tools during a job is a headache. Facility owners see the bleeding on their balance sheets every day. Read More

    Filed under: fabrication, Aluminum
    Grinding Wheel Test Results: Sigma Green and Sigma Green Max Comparison

    April 20, 2016

    Recently a study was conducted to determine the stock removal rate and life of both Sigma Green and Sigma Green Max. Read More

    Filed under: company news