At Guyson we see the machine building industry is undergoing rapid change as new materials, technologies and processes make it easier to build powerful machinery.
Our first blast cabinet built was built in 1940. That machine was the beginning of the most innovative company in the metal finishing industry
According to Byrnes, it’s all just physics, “force equals mass times acceleration. Making it work, comes down to engineering. Guyson has made a better gun, a better reclaim system and a better dust collector, that is all done through engineering.”
Guyson Corporation U.S.A. has announced it has partnered with HP to bring customers the MultiBlast3D, a blasting chamber tailored to post-process 3D printed parts for HP Jet Fusion 500/300 Series 3D printers. Prime applications for 3D-printed parts include the functional and aesthetic components for automotive, medical, and industrial manufacturers. Additive manufacturing and 3D printing usually […]
When the editors of a national trade magazine judge a new product, company news item or technological innovation worthy of being published, it means they think it is of interest to their specialized audience. We also think it helps readers sort out which equipment manufacturers are leading and developing new ideas, instead of following and imitating others. […]