This Ohio High School project was completely fabricated and erected by Adena Corp.
The Adena Corporation is located in Mansfield, OH, and with over 200 employees is a very large general contractor that does it all – carpentry, building foundations, masonry, concrete work, steel fabrication and steel erection. The steel fabrication side of the business, North Central Fabrication, fabricates for many different industries including: commercial, industrial, institutional and healthcare, they recently made the decision to add automation to the shop in order to be more competitive and win more jobs. They needed to increase production while maintaining low overhead costs, after weighing all options from Robot Plasmas to Single and Multi Spindle Drill Lines they concluded Ocean Machinery was the perfect fit, and ultimately chose the Ocean Avenger Drill Line and Ocean Terminator Band Saw.
“It sure has changed the manner in which we put product out the door. We went from fabricating 100 tons per month to 100 tons within the first week of having the Avenger” – Mike Hall, Division Manager – Adena Corporation
Putting the Avenger directly in line with the Terminator saw minimizes the use of overhead cranes.
John Evans, Atlantic Machinery, with John Santini of Santini Brothers Iron Works and their new Avenger PLUS
Santini Brothers Iron Works of Boston, MA produces profiles for bridges and many other DOT projects. They knew to stay competitive in today’s market they needed to automate, and with help from their new Avenger PLUS that’s just what they are doing.
Santini Brothers new Avenger PLUS
John Santini proclaims “It’s like going from the Flintstones to the Jetsons”, referring to the productivity they have attained from their recent Avenger PLUS acquisition. He is amazed that they have done “30-days worth of work in just 2-days” by automating the drilling, milling, slotting, layout and part marking of the variety of profiles they produce.
“It’s like going from the Flintstones to the Jetsons” – John Santini