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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Sandvik Coromant, Xerox division partner for digital manufacturing

Sandvik Coromant is partnering with PARC, a Xeroc company to strengthen its capabilities in digital manufacturing.

Ottawa, Ontario back additive manufacturing centre in Burlington

Ottawa has announced a commitment of $14 M in repayable funding to Burloak Technologies, an advanced manufacturing company based in Burlington, ON.

Major expansion for Quebec metrology firm

Creaform, Levis, QC, a metrology and engineering services company that specializes in portable 3D measurement solutions, is expanding its operations and recruiting new people for its worldwide offices in Canada, the US, Europe and India.

Multi-Tasking: Is it Right for Your Shop?

For manufacturers looking to achieve that competitive edge, you can do no better than a multi-tasking machine. They eliminate the need for separate milling and turning machines, multiple set-ups and, most importantly, they improve productivity.

Linamar cites supply chain pinch in Q2 update

Supply chain issues continue to hamper the manufacturing sector, with the latest report from Linamar Corp. confirming the impact on its key target markets, Access, Agriculture and Automotive markets.

Xiris added to Ontario made roster

Burlington, Ont-based machine vision technology manufacturer Xiris is the latest company to be added to the roster of Ontario Made Program manufacturers.

Leadership changes at Big Kaiser

Big Kaiser Precision Tooling has promoted Jack Burley to president/chief operating officer, taking effect Jan. 1, 2021.

Titanium products market to boom by 2020

Use of titanium, already a well-known material among the metal product manufacturing sector, is expected to boom by 2020 according to a new research report by Persistence Market Research. 

Universal Robots co-founder and CTO receives Engelberger Robotics Award

The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) has named Esben Østergaard of Universal Robots the recipient of the Engelberger Robotics Award, known as the Nobel Prize of robotics.

Creaform expands with new facility

Portable 3D measurement supplier Creaform is moving its global headquarters to a larger facility in Levis, QC, to support growing business.

Milwaukee Tool supports Canadian firefighters in Nepal

Milwaukee Tool, Toronto, is supporting Burnaby Firefighters Local 323, who were among the first responders supporting the rescue efforts in Nepal following a devastating earthquake that hit the area in April.

Locweld wins $50m contract from Hydro-Québec

Locweld, a Candiac, Que.-based metal fabricator, has been awarded a major contract by Hydro-Québec for the new Micoua-Saguenay 735 kV transmission line.

Federal government taps Winnipeg firm to build ventilators

A Winnipeg, Man., company that developed the Winnipeg Ventilator will be making thousands of ventilators after the Federal government selected the business via the Next Generation Manufacturing Supercluster, the organization leading Canada's Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster to help fight the spread of COVID-19.

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