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Sawyer Saddle Machine

By krystal / February 25, 2020

We are proud to announce the release of our newly designed Sawyer Saddle Machine. Listening to our customers Sawyer Manufacturing Company has been working with pipeline welders since 1948. In that time, we’ve seen the industry change and grow, and by listening to the welders using our equipment on the front line our range of…

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Sawyer Mfg. Company makes Inc. 5000 list

By David Moore / August 16, 2019

Sawyer Mfg Company joins the ranks of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies – the Inc. 5000 Sawyer Mfg. Company, a Tulsa based manufacturing and fabrication company, has been named to this year’s Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Sawyer has been competitive in their market earning them a place as…

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Motorized Crawler Kit

Cordless Motor Kit

By David Moore / May 23, 2019

Power and Precision – Without The Plug For years Sawyer Crawlers have been synonymous with accuracy and durability for pipe fitters across the world. Motorized Crawlers further enhanced this accuracy by removing the need to manually drive the machine; allowing operators to set the correct, consistent speed and generate a smooth cut all around. These…

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2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting

By David Moore / April 5, 2018

Sawyer Mfg. was honored to receive the 2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting The 2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting was presented at the 2018 Oklahoma World Trade Conference held at the Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center in Tulsa, OK on April 5, 2018. The Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting annually recognizes…

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Time for a Giveaway!

By David Moore / November 29, 2017

  12 {Business Days} of Christmas! We will be giving away 78 prizes with 78 New Winners! December 7th ~ 22nd Each day we will publish a Christmas Giveaway Facebook post – Like, Comment and Share for a chance to win that days giveaway! December 7        12 SPACING WEDGES December 8   …

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Welded horse sculpture

John Lopez – Western Welded Sculptures

By David Moore / March 29, 2017

    Welding Scraps into Art Sometimes you just need to stop what you’re doing and marvel at the amazing work welders do. Much like we did previously with David Madero, or Bob Dylan we want to highlight the work of John Lopez. Lopez creates truly stunning sculptures from scrap metal. From peacock to bison,…

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Oil Tanker

By Pipeline or Ship – Transporting today’s oil and gas

By David Moore / March 15, 2017

For today’s edition of “the internet is awesome,” check out this link that’s truly mesmerizing and informative, to boot: https://www.shipmap.org/ This visually stunning presentation and interactive map shows the worldwide traffic of cargo ships. By interacting with the map, “You can see movements of the global merchant fleet over the course of 2012, overlaid on…

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beer pipeline

Beer Pipeline

By David Moore / February 23, 2017

Transporting beer Remember when we wrote about the pipeline being built in Belgium with the purpose of transporting beer? Of course you remember because that story is awesome. Well, it’s now fully operational, and some lucky folks were able to tour the facilities.  Read more about their tour of the Pipe of Dreams. It now seems perfectly reasonable…

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Pipeline – 125 Years Ago

By David Moore / February 23, 2017

  February 23, 1892 The Diesel engine was patented by Rudolf Diesel, influencing the industrial revolution that would change the way things were done on the pipeline – 125 year ago. Rudolf Diesel obtained his first patent, RP 67207, titled “Arbeitsverfahren und Ausführungsart für Verbrennungsmaschinen” (Working Methods and Techniques for Internal Combustion Engines). Once fully…

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laying 6 inch pipe for the pipeline

Pipeline – 138 Years Ago

By David Moore / February 22, 2017

  February 22, 1879 On the pipeline – 138 years ago the first sections of the Tidewater pipeline were laid. The first 34 sections of pipe were laid of what would was possibly the first crude oil trunk line, Tidewater. Completed in fewer than 90 days, it was 110 miles in length, stretching from Corryville,…

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