Jeff MooreClick image to enlargeJeff Moore has joined EMAG as regional sales manager to service the Canadian market.

 A manufacturing engineering graduate of Algonquin College of Applied Arts & Technology, he has specialized training in computer-integrated manufacturing and has more than 15 years of experience in CNC machining, process engineering and program management.

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Manufacturing Day improves industry profile: survey

Manufacturing Day 2015 events across North American have helped to improve the perception of industry among the public, according to a Deloitte survey.

Boeing’s 737 Max production halt could impact manufacturing in Canada

Boeing’s announcement that it is suspending production of the 737 Max will impact manufacturers in the U.S. as well as any Canadian shops who provide parts for the aircraft.

CTMA adds Valiant manager to board of directors

The CTMA has officially welcomed its newest member of the board of directors.

Doosan teams up with Titans of CNC

Doosan Machine Tools has announced a new strategic partnership to become the exclusive machine provider for YouTube machining sensation Titans of CNC. 

Custom machined vise jaws

Dillon Manufacturing, Inc.’s vise jaws have machined work surfaces to fit the contours and curves of your workpieces. 

Koss Aerospace gets $1.9 M for new equipment

Koss Aerospace, Mississauga, ON, is getting $1.9 million in equipment financing from GE Capital Canada to support the purchase of manufacturing equipment for its facility.

US machine shop breaks Hurco machine purchase record

A US machine shop has broken the Hurco USA record for the largest single purhase of Hurco CNC machines in the company's history, recently purchasing two five axis mills and three trunnion style five axis mills, bringing the number of Hurco machines in the shop to 21.

Lyft signs Magna for autonomous vehicle conversion kits

Magna International stock rose almost five per cent in early trading last Thursday following a technology development deal between the Canadian auto parts giant and Lyft Inc., an American ride-hailing company.

Watch for the Piranha

by Kip Hanson | photos by David Afriat

Quebec cutting tool manufacturer achieves new levels of precision and productivity

The Ontario College of Trades has been replaced

The Ontario government is replacing the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT) with a new crown agency the provincial government hopes will make Ontario’s skilled trades and apprenticeship system more efficient, accessible and easier to navigate.

Westway Machinery to sell Mazak lasers

Westway Machinery, Mississauga, ON, has formed a partnership with Mazak Optonics, Elgin, IL, to sell Mazak's laser cutting systems in Eastern Canada.

CWB announces online training, education initiative

CWB Group has enacted plans to ensure academic progress of students isn’t affected by Canada’s national lockdown to combat the Covid-19 virus.

CenterLine nabs 2020 National Manufacturing Leadership Award

CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd. has been awarded the National Manufacturing Leadership Award by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) for outstanding achievement in the Engineering and Production Technology Leadership category.

Sandvik Coromant Canada holds 1st Manufacturing Day event

Sandvik Coromant celebrated Manufacturing Day in Canada on October 3 with 160 high school students enrolled in manufacturing technology programs in local Ontario schools.

Bombardier workers approve reciprocity with Airbus

Workers at Bombardier Aerospace have overwhelmingly approved a reciprocity agreement to govern labour relations under a future C Series partnership with Airbus.

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