Industry Update

May 6, 2012

Sandvik Coromant Canada’s cutting tool suppliers were the first to experience the company’s latest “smart” event about drilling technologies—“See the whole picture.”

Read more: Getting "the whole picture" on drilling

April 26, 2012

What is the true cost of financing machinery and equipment?

by Daniel Wittlin and Adrian Isaacs

When looking to get a bank loan to finance machinery many companies only consider the rate of interest quoted by their bank.

Read more: Revealing hidden costs

April 26, 2012

by Tim Wilson

A report released at the end of last year by PwC found that Canadian manufacturers want to hire but are unable find the right people.

Read more: Training for Canadian manufacturers

April 18, 2012

An Ottawa, ON, manufacturer has developed a cost-effective machining process for complex impellers and propellers and just completed delivery of a series of its machined products for the US Navy. 

Read more: Ontario-made propellers for US Navy

March 28, 2012

FABTECH Canada 2012 makes its debut

By most accounts, FABTECH Canada 2012, Canada’s newest trade show for the metal fabricating industry, was a big success.

Read more: Metal fabricating in Canada

March 25, 2012

Students of the engineering physics program at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, BC, are highly focused on advancing science through new, high-tech inventions, and are using an OMAX waterjet technology to fabricate the precision parts that bring student creations to life.

Read more: Advancing science with waterjet cutting

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