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Introduction of the New Dead-Stop Positioning System

The new Dead Stop makes swaging (expanding, reducing, shaping) repeated tube and pipe-based parts quicker and easier than ever.

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Introduction of the New Punch and Dimple Die Arbor Kit

A new tooling kit that allows metal fabricators to use common punch & dimple dies with Huth’s hand-held expander (the Mitey Mate Jr #1685S) to become a powerful sheet metal punch.

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Introduction of New Broad-Range Tube Expander - 1674V

Huth Ben Pearson International announced today that they are introducing a new end-forming machine that makes large tube and pipe expansions quicker and easier than ever.

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Expanding the Market

Expanding the Market - Huth-Ben Pearson International bought the Huth and Ben Pearson brands from Huth Equipment in June of 2014. President, Ken Murray, discusses a new growth focus with Undercar Digest.

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Introducing Huth Ben Pearson International

Huth-Ben Pearson International LLC has acquired Huth Equipment, Inc., the leadingmanufacturer of pipe bending and end-finishing machinery and tooling for the automotive repair market, effective 6/16/2014.

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Looking Out for Shops

Joe Becker and Tom Hechimovich are looking out for shop operators who make a good part of their living by bending exhaust pipe. The two formed in 2005 when they bought the Huth Bender Division from Midas and then bought the Ben Pearson Tubemaster Division from Quest Corp. in 2008.

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Huth Buys Ben Pearson Tubemaster Bender Line

Huth, a division of Huth Equipment, Inc., has bought the Ben Pearson Tubemaster bender division from Quest Corp. Joe Becker, president, said a purchase agreement was reached Sept. 30, 2008.

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Carrying the Torch

"Huth is a torch that keeps burning. It's been passed on a few times, but will be here for a long time." Those are the words of Joe Becker, who along with longtime business associate Tom Hechimovich bought Huth from Midas Corp. back in April 2005.

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Huth Manufacturing Then and Now

From the time he was in high school until he retired, Gerry Huth, inventor of the Huth bender, was always in the pipe business.

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