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Constellium inaugurates University Technology Center at Brunel University

April 7, 2016

Amsterdam-based Constellium N.V. has announced the opening of the Constellium University Technology Center (UTC) at Brunel University London, a dedicated center for the design, development, and prototyping of aluminum alloys and automotive structural components. Featuring industrial-size...

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SST installs MRO cold spray system in Latin America

April 7, 2016

CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd.’s Supersonic Spray Technologies (SST™) division, Windsor, Ont., has commissioned its first cold spray installation in Latin America at Venequip SA, a private company with 11 divisions across Venezuela that sells, services, maintains, and supports heavy equipment for...

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Banker Steel acquires NYCC

April 7, 2016

Banker Steel, Lynchburg, Va., has acquired NYCC, which comprises NYC Constructors LLC, New York, N.Y., and MRP LLC, South Plainfield, N.J. The transaction expands Banker’s capabilities in the New York City commercial construction market. With more than 300 employees in New York and New Jersey,...

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Soft jaw blanks offer easy-locating features

April 7, 2016

Soft jaw blanks from Dillon Jaws offer a milled surface on the jaw end, opposite to the clamping surface, which serves as a location point for positioning the counterbored holes and the jaws’ serrations for exact dimensional matching of the company’s jaw sets. According to the company,...

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High-feed cutter processes difficult-to-machine steels

April 7, 2016

The Pramet Penta HF high-feed cutter from Dormer Pramet can be used across various applications on multiple materials, including heat-treated and difficult-to-machine steels, stainless steels, and heat-resistant superalloys. The cutter features internal coolant on body for deep-cavity milling...

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MagneGas moves into new Florida headquarters

April 6, 2016

MagneGas Corp., the inventor of a process that converts liquid waste into MagneGas2® fuel, has moved to its new company headquarters outside Tampa, Fla. The 18,000-sq.-ft. facility contains more space to demonstrate the technology to potential customers. It also includes a larger area for R&D....

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Undersurface trimming unit machines both panel sides simultaneously

April 6, 2016

Benz Inc. has announced that its new undersurface trimming unit allows machining on both sides of a panel without flipping it. The unit is designed with a head that allows the user to reach in up to 6 in. from all edges for an elevated workpiece for undersurface machining. A flush-mounted ER25...

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Bohler-Uddeholm, eifeler Coatings Technology open joint service/coating center

April 6, 2016

The new joint Bohler-Uddeholm Service Center and eifeler Coatings Technology PVD Coating Center has opened in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. Tooling materials manufacturer Bohler-Uddeholm, based in Elgin, Ill., has increased its material saw cutting capabilities and capacity It also has added...

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Norsk Titanium announces supply chain services agreement with Precision Holdings

April 6, 2016

Oslo, Norway-based Norsk Titanium AS, a provider of aerospace-grade additive manufacturing technology, has announced a long-term supply chain services agreement with Precision Holdings, Windsor, Conn., a portfolio company of Texas-based private equity firm Insight Equity Holdings LLC. The deal...

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Ford to build $1.6 billion assembly plant in Mexico

April 6, 2016

Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich., has announced plans to invest $1.6 billion to build an assembly plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Construction is expected to begin in summer 2016. By 2020, the facility will create 2,800 jobs, the automaker reports. The plant will build small cars for export to...

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Coe Press ships coil processing line to Broan-Nutone Mexico facility

April 6, 2016

Sterling Heights, Mich.-based Coe Press Equipment has installed a new press feeding line for Broan-Nutone, a supplier of residential ventilation products, at the company’s Tecate, Mexico, facility. The new line, which feeds a SEYI-America press, comprises a 42-in.-wide ServoMaster series 3...

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Plasma tables offered in sizes up to 5 by 10 ft.

April 6, 2016

Trick-Tools offers ArcPro series plasma tables from ArcLight Dynamics in 5- by 5-, 4- by 8-, and 5- by 10-ft. sizes. The plasma tables ship fully assembled and tested and come standard with water table, torch height control, and computer with...

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Hydraulic tables tilt 0 to 90 degrees, hold up to 6,000 lbs.

April 6, 2016

Verti-Lift offers a line of heavy-duty standard and wide-base hydraulic tilt tables that tilt from 0 to 90 degrees and hold up to 6,000 lbs. They are suitable for use in automotive and appliance manufacturing environments, where tilters on the line side allow operators to bring totes to a 45-degree...

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Proprietary features unveiled for multiaxis laser systems

April 5, 2016

Prima Power Laserdyne has developed SmartTechniques™--new, proprietary features of the S94P controller used in the company’s 795 and 430 multiaxis laser systems. SmartPierce™ minimizes spatter and provides higher-quality pierce point. SmartRamp™ eliminates indentation at the end of laser...

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Superior Tube receives Nadcap accreditation for heat treating

April 5, 2016

Collegeville, Pa.-based Superior Tube, a manufacturer of seamless and welded tubes, straight lengths, and coils in stainless steel, nickel, titanium, and zirconium, has been awarded Nadcap accreditation for heat treating. The accreditation is awarded based on one of the aerospace industry’s...

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