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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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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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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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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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SAF names senior project manager

September 8, 2014

SAF (Southern Aluminum Finishing Co. Inc.) has promoted Kelly Marino to senior project manager at SAF Metal Fabrication division, Villa Rica, Ga. Marino, who served previously as junior project manager, has been employed at the company since 2006. In her new position, she does take-offs from...

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Felling Trailers hosts online auction of purple trailer to benefit pancreatic cancer research

September 8, 2014

Felling Trailers, Sauk Centre, Minn., is conducting its second online auction of an FT-3 drop deck utility trailer to benefit cancer research and support. The trailer, painted metallic purple, will be auctioned online until Sept. 19 at 12:00 p.m. CST. Tredit Tire donated the wheels and...

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Cambridge Engineered Solutions expands operations to five countries

September 8, 2014

Cambridge Engineered Solutions, Cambridge, Md., has expanded international operations, adding new representatives in five countries to sell and service its metal conveyor belts, filtration, and wire cloth products. Polymer now serves as the company’s exclusive representative in Russia. With...

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UniCarriers Americas announces 2013 award winners

September 5, 2014

UniCarriers Americas Corp., Marengo, Ill., has announced the winners of its Nissan Forklift Nine, Dealer Excellence Awards and its President’s Award. The Nissan Forklift Nine, Dealer of Excellence Award for fiscal year 2013, which ended March 31, 2014, recognizes the top nine Nissan Forklift...

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OSHA cites Behr Iron & Steel recycling plant after worker fatality

September 5, 2014

Following the death of a worker at Behr Iron & Steel Inc.’s recycling facility in South Beloit, Ill., the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited the company for seven willful and one serious safety violations. The company operates under the name Behr...

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Jason Industries announces merger of Morton Mfg. and Metalex

September 5, 2014

Milwaukee-based Jason Industries, parent company to a global family of manufacturers in the seating, finishing, components, and automotive acoustics markets, has announced that two of its companies—Morton Mfg. Co., a Libertyville, Ill.-based manufacturer of industrial safety grating and railroad...

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AIT forms strategic partnership with Elbit Systems of America

September 5, 2014

Plano, Texas-based Advanced Integration Technology (AIT), a global industrial automation and tooling company delivering fully integrated plant floor systems to the aerospace industry, has announced its strategic partnership with Elbit Systems of America to assume responsibility of some of Elbit...

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