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News in Brief – July/August 2009

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Cairnhill Structures has taken delivery of a FICEP Close Coupled CNC Sawing and Drilling line, a system which includes high speed carbide drilling. The line utilises scribing technology which complements the company’s existing FICEP CNC punch. The scribing attachment is extremely versatile and automatically marks all reference points, including fit up lines and reference point indication for all fittings.

AceCad Software has launched StruM.I.S .NET V7.3 its latest version of the management information system for steelwork fabricators. A new feature is Transaction Interfaces which allows users to integrate purchase and sales invoices together with internal organisational costs and expenses into a number of third party software accounting systems. The new software contains a number of other new features and over 150 enhancements. For more information visit email or Tel: 01332 545800.

Metsec is supplying lattice trusses and purlins for roofing, and its site fixed Steel Framing System (SFS) for infill walling, for an environmentally friendly fire station project in Rayleigh, Essex. The innovative architectural scheme incorporates a single storey four bay garage, a training tower, and a two storey administration and accommodation block.

Tool manufacturer Hilti is offering trade-ins via a new ‘Hilti Scrappage Scheme,’ which runs for one month commencing 1 July 2009. The scheme allows customers to exchange competitor tools, whether they are in good working order or broken. For more information Tel: 0800 886 100 or visit

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