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Coming Soon: Baileigh Welders, Designed to Our High Standards

Baileigh Industrial is proud to announce a new line of 4 quality welders: BW-200MP – 200A Multi-Process Welder BW-200S – 200A Stick (SMAW) Welder BW-160M – 160A MIG Welder BW-200T – 200A AC/DC Pulse TIG Welder All models will be available to purchase online later this fall. Call 1-920-684-4990 to pre-order, since we expect the…

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Baileigh Industrial is proud to announce a new line of 4 quality welders:

All models will be available to purchase online later this fall. Call 1-920-684-4990 to pre-order, since we expect the first batch to sell out quickly.

Our welders come fully accessorized with features like spare torches, extra consumables, and spool guns that competitors don’t include. As Andy Pribyl from Baileigh’s Product Development Department notes, “You’re getting all that extra with Baileigh for the same price tag. With most other companies, your price tag doesn’t cover that.”

Another major perk of the new welder line is that all models are dual voltage. As Pribyl explains, “The advantage is the ease of use and the fact that they can plug into anything that a homeowner has.”

Pribyl speaks from experience when he says that the new Baileigh welders allow metalworkers to expand their options. “The welder I have at home is a competitor brand—before we started on the new Baileigh ones. I’m limited to small capacity because at that point I didn’t have the power supply for something bigger. If I would’ve bought something like a Baileigh welder, later on when I did have the power for it I could’ve just changed over, just plugged it in.”

As Pribyl notes, “That was a product that was more expensive, and I can’t use it the way I can use Baileigh’s welders because of the smart nature of the machine.

According to Pribyl, Baileigh’s in-house service and support team played a key role in developing the new welders. “What’s very cool about us is that a lot of our employees are also do-it-yourselfers. One of our employees was a welder by trade. He has his own CNC equipment at home, a full shop in his backyard!”

In other words, our knowledgeable team is personally invested in creating the best possible product. “There’s nobody that comes here just to get a paycheck and leave. We all have some part of our life that touches the industry.”

Those combined qualifications and perspectives helped Baileigh build a stronger product. “We put all of our experiences together—what we liked and what we didn’t like about competitive welders that we owned.”

Our team also did their homework to find out what a larger pool of welders wanted from their ideal tools: “We dug through forums to find out what other people liked and didn’t like, what needs to be there and what doesn’t need to be there. And from there we came up with our game plan.”

Baileigh service and support experts not only made suggestions but also took part in making sure the welders live up to expectations. “The prototypes are being used in-house in our manufacturing process. We’ve been testing them over the past year, handing them off to employees to use at home.”

Pribyl is pleased with the final results: economical welders that can go head to head with any similar machines on the market. “I used to be in an environment where I welded on a weekly basis. I was able to take some of the new Baileigh welders, bring them to my friend’s shop, put them next to the big name brands in welding, and use the machines side by side to produce the same results. So that was exciting to see—something that’s 30% to 50% less in price achieving the same results.

Browse the new Baileigh welders line here.

Questions? Not sure which is the best welder for you? Call us at 1-920-684-4990 and talk to one of our metalworking experts.

Source: https://blog.baileigh.com/coming-soon-baileigh-welders/

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Future of manufacturing

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I’d like to ask everyones help in imaging what US manufacturing will become. In my area (Houston) oil and gas manufacturing is huge. I think O&G employs almost 20% of the entire metro area! But it’s clear that the global desire for oil is on the decline which means there will be a vacuum within the manufacturing sector. In addition the sentiment of the country seems to be wanting to move away from plastics and other products with a negative environmental impact.

How do we shift US manufacturing moveing away from O&G and the numerous industries that surround it in a way that supports both business owners and working class employees?

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Low Tech Pewter Casting In The Kitchen

Last month we shared an incredibly impressive example of how you can do some pewter casting with a laser cutter. Since pewter melts at a relatively low temperature, materials like MDF can withstand the heat wel enough to be a decent mold. However, that tutorial really needed a laser to […]

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Last month we shared an incredibly impressive example of how you can do some pewter casting with a laser cutter. Since pewter melts at a relatively low temperature, materials like MDF can withstand the heat wel enough to be a decent mold. However, that tutorial really needed a laser to create the details and 3d effects.

On twitter, Dave Sanderson showed a great example of how things don’t need to be so complicated.

in his example you can see how cutting simple shapes in wood, and layering them will let you create 3d shapes out of the molten metal. Looking at his elephant you can see that you could realistically do this by hand if you wanted, or with a jigsaw, no fancy laser cutter required.

As you can see by looking through the media on his twitter account, Dave simply broke down the elephant into basic shapes in roughly 5 layers, then cut them from wood with a nice lined up hole for some bolts going through the whole stack. He bolted them all together and poured in the pewter and voila! A 3d sculpture from 2d simple cuts.

Source: https://makezine.com/2020/11/23/low-tech-pewter-casting-in-the-kitchen/

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Fed: October 2020 industrial production rises 1.1%

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The Federal Reserve reported October 2020 industrial production rose 1.1%.

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October 2020 industrial production rises

Per the Fed, October 2020 industrial production rose but remained 5.6% lower than the pre-pandemic level in February.

However, the Fed also noted the industrial production index has recovered most of the 16.5% decline posted from February to April.

Manufacturing gains

As the U.S. continues to battle the pandemic and its impacts across the board, manufacturing showed positive signs in October.

Manufacturing output ticked up 1.0% last month after a 0.1% increase in September.

Nonetheless, the sector still has a ways to go. Manufacturing output in October remained 5.0% below its February level.

Manufacturing capacity utilization rose 0.7 percentage point to 71.7%, up 11.6 percentage points from April. However, the rate remained 6.5 points below the long-run average (1972-2019).

“The index for durable manufacturing stepped up 0.9 percent, as small drops in the indexes for furniture and related products, fabricated metal products, and motor vehicles and parts were outweighed by gains elsewhere, especially for aerospace and miscellaneous transportation equipment and for miscellaneous manufacturing,” the Fed reported.

Meanwhile, the index for nondurables ticked up by 1.2%.

Mining output slips

Meanwhile, mining output in October fell 0.6%, the Fed reported.

Furthermore, oil and gas extraction fell in October after rising in September.

On the other hand, the utilization rate for mining dropped to 77.9%. The long-run average for minig is 87.2%.

Employment gains

Meanwhile, on the job market, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported manufacturing sector jobs rose by 38,000 in October.

Even so, manufacturing employment remained down by a whopping 621,000 jobs compared with February.

In the metals sectors, the fabricated metals sector saw employment rise by 7,000. Meanwhile, the primary metals sector added 6,000 jobs.

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