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Effective January 2019, Mark Cadogan is joining Renishaw (Canada) Limited as machine tool product business manager. Mark has long experience in manufacturing, specifically in CAD/CAM. Although based in Windsor, Mark will be responsible for managing the Renishaw machine tool probing business throughout the whole country.

3D Inspection: Remote Control

by Noelle Stapinsky

Moving automated 3D inspection technology to the shop floor boosts throughput with faster quality control

Canadian drone delivery company names first commercial customer

Drone Delivery Canada (DDC), a newly launched Canadian company that delivers goods by aerial drone, has announced its first commercial client.

MC Machinery showcases manufacturing technology

MC Machinery opened its doors to customers on June 4 to showcase its wide range of machining and fabricating technologies, including a metal laser sintering hybrid milling machine and fiber laser cutting technology.

Federal and provincial support for businesses impacted by COVID-19

The global coronavirus pandemic has put a pause on the world’s economy, creating unprecedented concerns for shop owners and their employees. The following is a list of support programs put in place to help keep businesses solvent during this crisis.

Aerospace Manufacturing: Rising Star

The aerospace industry faces unprecedented growth–and the challenges that come with it

More pipelines for future oil sands growth: report

Canada will need more pipelines built through to 2030 to transport an additional 1.3 million barrels per day of oil sands production to markets across North America and around the world, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP)  in its 2017 Crude Oil Forecast, Markets and Transportation report.

Unison appoints Canadian distributor for tube bending machines

Unison Ltd., Scarborough, UK, a supplier of all electric tube bending machines, has appointed Tube Equipment Corp. (ITEC), Montreal, QC, as its new sales and service partner in Canada.

Bystronic takes majority interest in Antil

Bystronic has announced that it is acquiring 70 per cent of the shares of Antil S.p.A.

BlackBerry to work on driverless vehicles

BlackBerry Ltd. has been selected to work with Chinese search engine giant Baidu Inc. to provide the safety operating system for the Apollo autonomous driving system, which is being developed in cooperation with several vehicle makers.

Welding group warns steel tariffs hurting industry

The CWB Association has voiced its concern about the impact of US steel tariffs on the Canadian welding industry.

USMCA and Canadian manufacturing

The recent signing of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement – also called NAFTA 2 – may have come as a relief to businesses on both sides of the US-Canada border, but the deal is complicated, and there are different takes on the impact it will have on the Canadian economy.

A German Solution for Canadian Manufacturing

Canadians head to Germany for new machining innovations

A visit to DMG’s Pfronten, Germany, facility makes it clear that the resurgence in manufacturing is not just wishful thinking but a reality.

Ontario announces $7M automotive training program

The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) is partnering with the Ontario government to deliver automotive job placements and training.

New machine tool distributor in Canada

Synergy Machine Sales Inc., Mississauga, ON, is a new machine tool distributor formed October 2012 by partners Terry MacAllister, Danny Brewer and Nelson Martins, who is also president and owner of DiPaolo CNC Machine Tools.

Canada to consider safeguard steel tariffs

The federal government says it plans to seek industry input before it decides whether or not to impose tariffs on steel entering Canada from offshore suppliers.

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