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  1. 1. SME MANUFACTURING, SPOKANE, WASHINGTON CHAPTER 248 Professional Networking for Manu- facturing, Engineering, Production, Business and Lean Leaders... ch 22, 2014 SME Chapter 248 and INWAC join forces to sponsor a plant tour of the fabrication operations at ALTEK, INC., Liberty Lake, WA. SME Chapter 248 is a part of the national SME Manufacturing organization. To become a member download the application at: http://www.slideshare.net/dryfinish/fillintheform-and-return. INWAC (Inland Northwest Aerospace Consortium) is a regional alliance of advanced manufacturers, service providers, educators, affiliates, and public service agencies that work in con- cert to support the growth and success of the Inland Northwest aerospace cluster. This collaborative forum helps business owners and community stakeholders align their efforts to rapidly engage in aerospace manufacturing programs, grow skilled jobs, prepare a responsive workforce and promote the expanding capabilities of the Inland Northwest region. Companies interested in INWAC activities should go to: www.inwac.org or call : Tel: +1 509.342.8197 May 21, 2014 Chris Henjum, President at HYDRAFABNW, explains company manufacturing operations to members of SME Spokane and guests. Hydrafab Plant Tour, Spokane Industrial Park, May 21, 2014 Hydrafab Northwest, Inc. 3808 N Sullivan Rd Spokane Industrial Park, Bldg 15, Ste Z Spokane Valley, WA 99216 T: 509.535.0075 F: 509.535.3364 Chris L. Henjum President, 509.951.2578 Chrish@hydrafabnw.com, www.hydrafabnw.com Since 1995, Hydrafab Northwest has been providing custom metal fabrication services to a wide range of industries, including food and beverage, biotech, pulp and paper, aer- ospace, manufacturing, merchandising and display, and alternative energy. With nearly 47,000 square feet of shop space, the latest tools and equipment, and some of the best craftsmen in the business.
  2. 2. Complete sheet metal shop specializing in prototype and short-run production ■ laser cutting ■ shearing ■ nc punching ■ forming ■ roll forming tube- and pipe-bending capacity from 1/8" tube to 3" schedule 40 pipe ■ prototyping ■ nc bending ■ mandrel bending EQUIPMENT AND CAPABILITIES INCLUDE: Conrac 210 NC mandrel bender (1.5" tube capacity) Baileigh NC bender (3" pipe capacity) Bystronic CNC 2800W laser with 80" x 160" shuttle table and loader (up to 5/8" capacity) Amada NC shear 150-ton, 12' Chicago press brake 60-ton Whitney NC punch 4' and 5' plate rolls (up to 1/4" capacity) orbital welders state-of-the-art TIG (GTAW) and MIG (GMAW) welders weld positioners milling machine Equipment fabrication and installation experience Conveyors ■ mix and storage tanks ■ pump carts ■ skid fabrication ■ hand rails On-site installations — your equipment or our fabricated prod- ucts ■ sheet metal and pipe welding ■ sanitary welding ■ instrumentation tubing value-added services ■ design for manufacturing capabilities ■ cad/product design ■ contract manufacturing ■ machining capabilities Certified welding to mil spec, AWS, and ASME standards; orbital welding; sanitary welding with experience in 3-A and B.P.E. standards ■ stainless, mild, and tool steel ■ aluminum ■ titanium ■ zirconium

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