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EXSYS Canada Ltd., Brampton, ON, has added to its Canadian service team.

Lisa Medica is the new office managr and Kelly Bruce is the new inside sales representative.

EXSYS Tool Inc. opened its Canadian facility in 2013 and warehouses all of the company's leading toolholding system product lines there. The location allows EXSYS to work more closely with customers and major machine tool OEMs with operations in Canada. The facility also supports shipping and logistics as EXSYS ships its toolholding products to customers directly from the warehouse.

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Stratasys, Creaform form partnership


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OMAX wins award for micro abrasive waterjet technology

 

OMAX has received an innovation award for its micro abrasive waterjet technology used for its MicroMax JetMachining waterjet centre.

Auto parts group, mould makers collaboration

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Canadian firm focuses on additive manufacturing

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Ottawa invests $20 M in Ontario steelmaker upgrades

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Canadian industry bullish for 2014: CME Survey

Canada's industrial sector is optimistic about economic growth for 2014 according to results from a year-end survey by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) in conjunction with BDO LLP.

 

FABTECH 2015: Automation, digital data integration steal the show

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Walter Surface launches contest to test product, win a Mustang

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Remember Fadal? It's Back

For those who have been in the industry for many years, they'll recognize the name Fadal, a machine tool builder of VMCs, that closed down its US manufacturing operations in 2008.

Inventory edged up, unfilled orders down in March: Statscan

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Amada America expands with new manufacturing site

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Québec budget earmarks $526M for manufacturing innovation

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New distributor focuses on large part machining

Natex Machinery Group Co., Mississauga, ON, is a new Canadian distributor in Canada focused on machinery for large part machining.

Canadians confident in post-pandemic bounce-back: survey

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Manufacturing output up sharply in August

The IHS Markit Canada Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for August shows the strongest uptick in Canadian manufacturing output since December 2010.

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