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Savage Saws changes logo to reflect parent corporation - TheFabricator.com

Savage Saws changes logo to reflect parent corporation

August 21, 2012

Savage Saws, East Haven, Conn., a manufacturer of chop, guillotine, plate, metallurgical, foundry, gantry, and custom-built specialty saws, is changing its logo to associate the company better with its parent corporation, Inductotherm Group. Comprising 40 companies, Inductotherm Group serves...

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Aurora Capital sells New Star Metals

August 14, 2012

Aurora Capital Group, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, has announced that its affiliate Aurora Resurgence has sold New Star Metals Inc. and its Premier Resource Group and Electric Coatings Technologies subsidiaries to an affiliate of Insight Equity Holdings LLC. In conjunction with this...

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Beckhoff Automation increases size of U.S. Technical Support Team

August 14, 2012

Beckhoff Automation LLC has announced the hiring of five technical support engineers at its Burnsville, Minn., headquarters. The new staff members attend or have recently graduated from technical schools, universities, and colleges with a focus on advanced PC control, industrial Ethernet...

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Corporate real estate study shows manufacturing returning to U.S.

August 14, 2012

The onshoring of jobs to the U.S. and other Western developed countries will continue strongly through 2020, according to CoreNet Global, an association of corporate real estate executives in Atlanta. Earlier this year CoreNet released Corporate Real Estate 2020 (CRE 2020), a forward-looking study...

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Gestamp to invest $100 million in West Virginia stamping plant

August 14, 2012

Gestamp, an $11 billion international company, will invest a minimum of $100 million at the former South Charleston Stamping and Manufacturing Plant in West Virginia. The operation is expected to create 400 to 700 jobs. The site, owned by Park Corp., contains more than 1 million sq. Ft. under roof...

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Miller Electric Mfg. Co. announces winners of Welding Hero contest

August 14, 2012

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has announced the results of live online voting at millerwelds.com for the "Nominate a Hero" promotion. After more than 11,000 online votes were cast, three welders have been voted the winners of the everyday welding heroes in the campaign. The winners include a...

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Fronius hires customer support representative - TheFabricator.com

Fronius hires customer support representative

August 13, 2012

Fronius USA LLC, Brighton, Mich., a manufacturer of welding equipment, has hired Brent Prigge to support customers in the Houston area. Prigge spent more than seven years on active duty with the U.S. Navy as a submarine electronics technician and another year as a technician in the oil and gas...

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Collins Associates announces plant expansion

August 13, 2012

Collins Associates Inc., parent company of Venco/Venturo Mfg., has announced plans for a 30 percent plant expansion at its Cincinnati headquarters, with construction complete by the end of 2012. The expansion is a result of the company's 20 percent growth in sales since the recession ended....

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Accurate Perforating names business development manager

August 13, 2012

Accurate Perforating, Chicago, has named David Baer as business development manager. In this position, he works to expand the company's presence in existing key markets and lead the initiative to penetrate new target markets. Baer's duties include assisting in market assessment, sizing, and...

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Nippon Steel joint venture to establish company in Mexico

August 13, 2012

Nippon Steel Corp., Sumitomo Pipe & Tube Co. Ltd., Sumitomo Corp., and Metal One Corp. have established a joint-venture company in Silao, Guanajuato, Mexico, to build a manufacturing and sales base for automotive steel pipes and tubes. Approximately 2.6 million four-wheeled automobiles were...

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TorrMetal adds EDM for prototyping, diemaking

August 13, 2012

TorrMetal Corp., Cleveland, has added the MD+PRO III Advance wire EDM to its custom metal stamping services. The machine creates precision-tolerance prototypes and concept parts and provides small-lot production and toolmaking capabilities for repeat and long-run production. TorrMetal produces...

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Manufacturing technology orders up 8.8 percent in 2012

August 13, 2012

June U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $462.95 million according to AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology. This total, as reported by companies participating in the United States Manufacturing Technology Consumption (USMTC) program, was down 0.6 percent from May and down 1.8...

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FANUC America launches new website

August 9, 2012

FANUC FA America, Hoffman Estates, Ill., has launched a new website at www.fanucfa.com with enhanced resources and functionality and expanded content. The website features detailed information on the company's CNCs, drive systems, laser systems, service, and support. The product section has been...

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Lissmac acquires Steelmaster line

August 9, 2012

Lissmac Maschinenbau GmbH, Bad Wurzach, Germany, has announced the acquisition of the metal finishing segment of Homag Group in Beckum, Germany, which includes the Steelmaster line of metal finishing and deburring machines. The machines add a wet grinding process to the company's current offering...

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Judson A. Smith celebrates 50th anniversary

August 9, 2012

ATW Companies Inc., Warwick, R.I., a provider of custom-manufactured metal components and services, has announced that Judson A. Smith, its custom and precision tubing products subsidiary, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in business. Judson Smith started the company in Boyertown, Pa., in 1961...

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