Jamie Schell new DMG CAM AMER product specialist sales team memberClick image to enlarge

Jamie Schell has joined Autodesk as a member of the DMG CAM AMER product specialist sales team.

He will work in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and Northern Ontario. 

Prior to Autodesk, he spent 15 years as a job shop machinist working on a variety of machines from manual to six axis (mainly for aerospace) before joining Noranco, a PCC company, where he worked for more than 11 years.

At Noranco he started as a methods engineer and moved into multiple roles during his tenure including supply chain manager, manager of the engineering resource group and most recently plant manager.

New Brunswick manufacturer lands $25 M Canadian military contract

Craig Manufacturing has won a contract to build the loadbeds on the new medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) for the Canadian Forces.

Ontario firm invests in Canada's 1st full production 3D facility

An Ontario manufacturer is investing $11.5 million to establish the country's first full production additive manufacturing and advanced manufacturing centre.

Quebec University, Safran team up on cleaner aircraft engines

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Centennial College celebrates opening of $72 M Centre for Aerospace and Aviation

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Canadian auto industry posts big gains

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5-axis, twin-spindle machining centre

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Manufacturers focus on augmented reality

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Entry level 5-axis machining

Powerful technology combined with the stable duoBLOCK design make the new DMC 90 U duoBLOCK from DMG Mori an entry level alternative to start productive 5-axis simultaneous machining.

Manufacturing outlook 2016

by Mary Scianna

Businesses remain positive despite economic uncertainty

Manufacturing continues slow, but steady growth

The latest manufacturing statistics in Canada and the US for December 2014 point to continued, albeit slow growth.

Time for school

by Kip Hanson

The Problem: Outsourced wire EDM work increases costs and lead-time

The Solution: Invest in EDM technology

Ontario mouldmaker takes a lesson on wire EDM

Heidenhain at IMTS: Insights into motion control issues

Booth E-5224

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Leadership changes at Big Kaiser

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Trouble Ahead?

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Uncertainty mars manufacturing outlook

New machine tool accessories catalogue

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