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KASTOwin F 10.6
KASTO launches new fully automatic band saw with moveable table
KASTO Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG, based in Achern-Gamshurst, Germany, launched the KASTOwin F 10.6 fully automatic band sawing machine with a moveable material support table. This makes it possible to feed in and position heavy, bulky stock such as ingots, large tools or offset shafts easily and reliably. The saw has a cutting range of 1,000 mm by 1,060 mm.
KASTO installs first KASTOwin machine at Bassett Industries
In 2014 KASTO Inc., Export, Pa., released their revolutionary line of KASTOwin high performance bandsaws. This new age of technology and efficiency has been an immediate success to the industry. The first KASTOwin machine sold in the United States went to Bassett Industries, Pottstown, Pa. The President of Bassett, David Milks, has been extremely pleased stating “the machine has met and exceeded every expectation” they had.
Strategic partners for over 13 years
KASTO Inc. and Klein Steel partnership continues to grow
For over 13 years, KASTO Inc., Export, Pa., and Klein Steel, Rochester, N.Y., have been strategic partners in the service center industry. This partnership has allowed both companies to grow and expand as they invest for long term success.
KASTO Inc. and Aerodyne Alloys have teamed up again
Kasto Inc. and Aerodyne Alloys (Subsidiary of O’Neal Steel) have teamed up again, with Aerodyne’s recent purchase of the KASTO Tec AC4 KPC high performance band saw. Regional Manager of Aerodyne Alloys, Robert Jergel’s decision was easy, to choose the robust, high-quality band saw to cut and process their large diameter specialty alloys. Their selection was based on their past partnership and high level of satisfaction from previous Kasto machine purchases.
Sheet metal storage system boosts production performance
KASTO storage systems in use
Keller Blechtechnik GmbH in Endingen (Germany) has increased productivity by more than 25% thanks to steady investment in storage and material flow automation while expanding material availability and drastically reducing scrap.