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SAE Intl. seeks aerospace engineers for additive manufacturing standards committee

September 9, 2014

Recognizing that additive manufacturing is an emerging technology within the aerospace industry, SAE Intl., Warrendale, Pa., is seeking additional participants for its task group which is discussing standardization approaches for process-dependent metallic materials. The group will meet on Sept....

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Kelly Welding Corp. announces new ownership

September 9, 2014

Kelly Welding Corp., a provider of flame cutting, welding, stress relieving, sandblasting, and Blanchard grinding services in Milwaukee has announced that it is operating under new ownership. As the new owner, David Weaver has extensive experience running manufacturing companies, including a...

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Okay Industries VP named as a NAPW 2014 Professional Woman of the Year

September 9, 2014

The National Association of Professional Women has named Donna C. Rutola, vice president of Okay Industries Inc., New Britain, Conn., as a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year in recognition of her leadership in medical device manufacturing. Rutola oversees many key departments at Okay...

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IBC Engineered Materials to provide castings to Lockheed Martin for F-35 Lightning II

September 9, 2014

IBC Advanced Alloys Corp., Vancouver, B.C., has announced that its wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, IBC Engineered Materials Corp., Wilmington, Mass., has been selected by Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control to provide cast components for the electro-optical targeting system (EOTS) on the F-35...

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80-W laser added to metal tag printer

September 9, 2014

InfoSight Corp. has announced the availability of a laser upgrade on its 2800 series metal tag printers. The 2886 laser printer now is available with an 80-W laser. The laser is designed to speed up the tag’s print time for users whose processes have changed and who require faster...

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Hobart releases video showcasing partnership with NASA on James Webb Space Telescope

September 9, 2014

Filler metal manufacturer Hobart®, Troy, Ohio, has released a new “It’s the Tie That Binds™” brand campaign video featuring its collaboration with NASA on the James Webb Space Telescope space exploration project. The new telescope is the most powerful ever built and, for the coming decade,...

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FABTECH to raise funds for Workshops for Warriors

September 9, 2014

FABTECH® has launched a charitable fundraising campaign in connection with FABTECH 2014, to be held Nov. 11-13 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, to benefit U.S. military veterans and assist them in obtaining jobs in the manufacturing sector. The 2014 FABTECH Expo Cares campaign...

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Universal robot sensor system provides 3-D part measurements

September 9, 2014

Servo-Robot has developed i-CUBE, a robot sensor system designed to be easily integrated with articulated robots and to provide 3-D, high-speed, high-precision part measurements. The system also allows remote HDR color viewing of the workpiece and tool area; process sound-emission monitoring;...

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Fronius USA announces staff additions

September 9, 2014

Fronius USA LLC, Portage, Ind., has announced the addition of two new staff members. Ian Patrick has been named sales/system engineer, working in the tech support department in the Portage office. A former U.S. Navy aviation electronic technician, he worked on electronic warfare aircraft...

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2-D processing head made for flatbed cutting systems up to 6 kW

September 9, 2014

Laser Mechanisms’ new FiberCUT™ 2-D processing head is designed for flatbed cutting systems up to 6 kW. Featuring automatic, programmable focus with 0.98 in. of travel, the processing head has a fully sealed, purged design that minimizes the chance of internal contamination. It includes two...

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Dot peen marker can be hand-held or machine-integrated

September 9, 2014

The Micro Mark compact dot peen marker from Kwik Mark Inc. is suitable for hand-held applications, as well as on-machine integration. The 3- by 5- by 6-in. head size offers a 1.0- by 2.5-in. marking field. Additional I/O with logic streamlines connection with other machinery and allows importing...

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Standex acquires Enginetics

September 8, 2014

Salem, N.H.-based Standex Intl. Corp. has acquired Enginetics Corp., Huber Heights, Ohio, a producer of aircraft engine components serving the U.S. and European aviation markets. The acquisition will enable the Standex Engineering Technologies Group to expand its relationships with OEMs and...

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NASF accepting applications for science and engineering scholarship competition

September 8, 2014

The National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) Educational Foundation, Washington, D.C., is accepting applications for its 2014 Scholarship Award Program. Open to national and international applicants attending an accredited college, the program supports student research in plating and...

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Gortite, Gortrac join six companies to create manufacturer of dynamic equipment protection

September 8, 2014

Industrial protection producer A&A Mfg., New Berlin, Wis., has selected a new trade name and brand mark, as Gortite and Gortrac have combined with the organization’s other six companies to create the new business entity Dynatect. With seven manufacturing plants and two distribution locations...

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World’s first 3-D-printed car to be live printed, assembled during IMTS

September 8, 2014

History will be made when the world’s first 3-D-printed car drives out of McCormick Place in Chicago on Sept. 13. The vehicle will be printed over 44 hours during the six-day IMTS—The International Manufacturing Technology Show 2014 and then rapidly assembled by a team led by Local Motors....

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