Seco Tools' Todd MillerClick image to enlargeTodd Miller is the manager of product marketing at Seco Tools, Troy, MI. He is part of a series of organization changes at the cutting tool company.

Formerly Seco's manager of rotating products for NAFTA, he succeeds Larry Lefkof, who is now national sales director for the company's Niagara Cutter division. Tim Aydt was promoted to product manager of milling, while Gary Meyers is now product manager of solid carbide, and Chad Miller is product manager of turning and advanced materials.

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Voestalpine additive manufacturing centre achieves ISO 9001 certification

Voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Centre Ltd. has achieved certification according to ISO9001:2015 for the design, simulation and production of additive manufactured components for the power generation, oil & gas and other advanced industries.

SolidCAD acquires AMS 360

SolidCAD, a professional services company and Canada’s largest Autodesk Platinum Partner, has acquired AMS 360 Inc., another Autodesk reseller.

Komet, Castelar celebrate unique partnership

Komet and its Ontario Service Partner, Castelar Tool & Grinding Inc., celebrated their partnership and the opening of a new facility in Mississauga, ON, the first shared facility between Komet and a Service Partner.

General Dynamics Land Systems joins Ontario manufacturing supercluster

General Dynamics Land Systems–Canada has announced that it has become a network partner of the Southern Ontario-based Next Generation Manufacturing Canada Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster.

Elevating fabrication

The problem
Inflexible and inefficient fabricating process with turret punch press producing excessive waste sheet metal.

The solution
A flexible 2D laser cutting system to cut a wider range of parts and reduce scrap.

Wilson Tool introduces additive division

Wilson Tool International has formed a new division: Wilson Tool Additive.

Manufacturing: Enough is Enough

The world is tired of the endless negative news about manufacturing and despite the ongoing economic upheaval in Europe, the global economy is saying "enough is enough and it’s time to move on.”

Welding camp for kids

There might have been some apprehension when the summer camp students first walked into the welding shop in St. Joseph High School in Edmonton, Alberta, but in short order, excitement soon took over and their attention was completely focused on all the arcs and sparks, while their imaginations ran wild with all of the possibilities of turning metal into something cool.

BLM Group announces new Canada regional sales manager

BLM Group USA has announced the appointment of Danyel (Dan) Benoit as regional sales manager, Eastern Canada. 

High Speed? Not Really

by Kip Hanson

Forget about the price, solid carbide is the clear winner when it comes to holemaking

Canadian Welding Bureau Group launches new event

The Canadian Welding Bureau Group (CWB Group) and dmg events (Canada) inc. are partnering together to launch a new event for welding, fabricating and metal forming.

Event promotes advanced manufacturing

Canadian manufacturers have the potential to become world-class leaders in manufacturing if they implement leading edge technologies and digital tools that will enable them to compete effectively.

Time to rebuild Canada-U.S. trading relationship: CME

Joe Biden’s U.S. presidential election win will have a significant impact on the Canada-U.S. trading relationship, and Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) says that while the new administration will operate with more predictability, Canada will have to work hard to stabilize and improve economic ties with its top trading partner.

Cost savings with new face mill

Sumitomo Electric Carbide Inc.'s new general purpose face mill provides substantial cost savings to consumers, claims the company.

New low foaming cutting fluid

Walter USA LLC’s latest addition to its Walter Valenite line of ValCool cutting fluids is the VPLFC, a heavy duty, non-chlorinated, semi-synthetic coolant.

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