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Ford GT wheels display weight, efficiency advantages of carbon fiber

May 17, 2016

Ford has announced that the carbon fiber-bodied Ford GT® also will offer an all-new carbon-fiber wheel. Produced with supplier partner Carbon Revolution, the wheels are constructed with fiber and resin technology that permits design flexibility that allows flowing, intricate spokes....

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Industrial Group Holdings acquires MultiSource Mfg.

May 17, 2016

Rye, N.Y.-based Industrial Group Holdings LLC (IGH), a portfolio company of Dunes Point Capital LLC, has acquired MultiSource Mfg. LLC, a Minnetonka, Minn.-based supply chain partner and end-to-end provider of precision machining and assembly systems to OEMs in the medical, aerospace, food, and...

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Cambridge Intl. consolidates two plants in Maryland

May 17, 2016

Cambridge Intl., a manufacturer of metal conveyor belts and architectural mesh, has renovated and unified its two plants in Cambridge, Md. Following the 1998 merger of Cambridge Wire Cloth (Plant 1) and Maryland Wire Belts (Plant 2), Cambridge Intl. operated two separate facilities near one...

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Afco Systems expands European operations and sales

May 17, 2016

Farmingdale, N.Y.-based Afco Systems, a manufacturer of racks, cabinets, enclosures, and air containment systems for the data center and telecommunications industry, has expanded its manufacturing and sales capabilities in Europe. Through a strategic partnership with Byrne-Mech, a precision...

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Danly opens die spring distribution center in California

May 16, 2016

Dayton, Ohio-based Danly, a subsidiary of Dayton Lamina™, a provider to the tool, die, metal stamping, and mold industries, has opened a die spring distribution center in Torrance, Calif. The facility houses an extensive inventory of compression springs for immediate shipment to customers and...

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LIFT spearheads team to develop computer models that predict corrosion

May 16, 2016

Detroit-based LIFT -- Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow, a public-private partnership committed to the development and deployment of advanced lightweight metal manufacturing technologies, has announced the formation of a team of manufacturers and universities that will work to develop a database...

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Lincoln Electric acquires Vizient Mfg. Solutions

May 16, 2016

Lincoln Electric Holdings Inc., Cleveland, has acquired Vizient® Mfg. Solutions, a Bettendorf, Iowa-based, privately held robotic integrator that provides custom-engineered tooling and automated arc welding systems for general and heavy fabrication applications. Lincoln Electric is a...

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Kennametal Foundation announces 2016 scholarship winners

May 16, 2016

The Kennametal Foundation, Pittsburgh, has announced five winners of its 2016 Kennametal Foundation Scholarship Program in partnership with the National Merit Scholarship Corp. Each winner receives a $2,000 award renewable for up to four years of undergraduate study that they can use at any...

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FABTECH Mexico 2016 brought best of manufacturing to Mexico City

May 16, 2016

FABTECH® Mexico, the leading manufacturing event in Latin America for metal forming, fabricating, welding, and finishing industries, brought the latest innovations in manufacturing to Mexico City’s Centro Banamex on May 4-6, 2016. The three-day show broke attendance records, welcoming more than...

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Arcam delivers 3-D printer to Alcoa facility in Texas

May 16, 2016

Mölndal, Sweden-based Arcam has delivered a Q20plus 3-D printer to Alcoa’s Austin, Texas, facility. Alcoa will use the machine—Arcam’s largest, fastest 3-D printer—to help meet increasing demand for complex 3-D parts for aerospace. The unit prints parts directly from a 3-D computer...

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United Industries named Industry of the Month

May 13, 2016

United Industries Inc., Selmer, Tenn., a manufacturer of laser welded stainless steel tubing for industries such as sanitary, pharmaceutical, semiconductor, automotive, HVAC, and ornamental, has been recognized by the McNairy County Chamber of Commerce as May Industry of the Month. Since...

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Robotics, IoT essential to spur growth in U.S. manufacturing, says report

May 13, 2016

The “2016 Industrial Manufacturing Trends Report,” published by PwC, asserts that investments in technology are essential for the growth of the U.S. manufacturing sector and especially important in fast-evolving industries. Innovation is building a “data-driven factory of the future with...

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Tag Mfg. plans $15 million expansion

May 13, 2016

Tag Mfg. has announced plans for a $15 million expansion that will create about 200 jobs over the next five years. The company manufactures steel subassemblies for the construction, industrial, and agriculture markets and fabricates heavy equipment and ground-engaging tools. The expansion will...

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Joy Global closes Milwaukee facility

May 13, 2016

Joy Global, a manufacturer of mining equipment located in Milwaukee, has permanently closed its welding and heavy fabrication operations there. The facility was idled in November 2015. The closure eliminates 130 jobs. The remainder of the company’s operations in Milwaukee are not affected by...

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Dorner acquires Geppert-Band

May 13, 2016

Dorner Holding Corp., the parent company of Dorner Mfg. Corp., Hartland, Wis., has announced the acquisition of Jülich, Germany-based Geppert-Band, a manufacturer of belt and modular belt conveyors. Dorner Mfg. Corp. manufactures industrial and sanitary conveyor systems. The addition of...

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