ATLANTA (September 22, 2022)—Graham-Field, a manufacturer of health care products used in the extended care, acute care, primary care and homecare markets, has announced the purchase of an advanced 3D fiber optic laser tube cutting system that will allow the company to continue its investment in United States-based manufacturing equipment. This next-generation system will complement Graham-Field’s existing laser cutting equipment. The new equipment will be operational by mid-2023 and will be able to function 24/7 in Graham-Field’s 156,000 square foot Wisconsin steel fabrication facility.

Kurt Hellman, senior vice president of manufacturing said, “The high performance and flexibility to process round, square, rectangular and special shaped tubing, plus angle iron, channel and flat bar steel will allow us to manufacture a wide variety of components that make up several of our critical product lines.” 

Tushar Desai, vice president of quality and manufacturing added, “The 3D-Tilt Cutting Head enables fast, accurate and repeatable cuts by utilizing a computer guided graphical interface. This accuracy brings a new level of quality to our finished products. This level of quality is critical in health care grade products.”

Investing in the new tube laser cutting system adds to the advanced manufacturing equipment already in use at Graham-Field’s Wisconsin facility. 

“Graham-Field can manufacture quality, competitively priced health care equipment here in the United States. We invest in our people, factories and cutting-edge manufacturing equipment so we can meet the increased demand for our health care products.” states Ken Spett, president and CEO.

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