Rego-Fix to open larger facility in North AmericaClick image to enlarge

Rego-Fix Corp., Indianapolis, IN, broke ground earlier this summer on its new North American headquarters that will be located in Whitestown, IN.

The  sq m 1,858 sq m (20,000 sq ft) facility is will mean faster response times with customer support and increased available inventory, says company president Andreas Weber.

“We are excited to grow our business of top quality products spanning the broad range of industries we serve,” stated Weber. “As our business continues to grow, our new North American facility allows to continue to provide exceptional products, services and solutions to the aerospace, medical and power generation industries.”

Is Tesla's vision the automotive future?

 

Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO has a vision for the future of the automotive industry, which he unveiled recently. Not surprising, his vision goes beyond simple automonomous vehicles. Here's a look at his "Master Plan Part Deux" which he unveiled in July, 2016 and outlined in an oline column, Teslarati.

Trip to India could boost local and Canadian manufacturing

Two agencies in Windsor, ON, say they hope new agreements signed in India will boost the local and Canadian manufacturing industries.

Metalworking in space

A 3D startup company that has been operating 3D polymer printers on the International Space Station, is developing tools for on-orbit metal manufacturing that could be ready for launch in 2018, according to a report by SpaceNews.com.

Sandvik to acquire CGTech

Sandvik has agreed to acquire CGTech, a NC/CNC simulation, verification and optimization software developer.

Productivity gains for Canada

Increased activity in manufacturing spurs real GDP of goods-producing businesses

by Shop MT staff

The latest economic data from Statistics Canada, while modest, points to an improving economy.

Turning Back Time

by Kip Hanson

Tips to give your turning tools the long life they deserve

Canada fights back against US trade practices

Canada has responded to the US use of punitive duties by launching a broad international trade complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO).

Bank of Canada holds key rate, downgrades economic forecast

The Bank of Canada, citing the sharp drop in oil prices and consequent softness in the economy, is holding its benchmark interest rate steady at 1.75 per cent.

Haimer, Fullerton sign licensing deal

Fullerton Tool Co., a solid carbide tool manufacturer, and Haimer USA have recently signed a licensing agreement for Haimer’s patented Safe-Lock anti-pullout system.

Bystronic names Landmark Western Canadian distributor

Bystronic Canada Ltd. has named Landmark Solutions as the exclusive distributor of Bystronic products in Alberta and British Columbia.

Maxime Viau joins Renishaw Canada

Maxime Viau has joined Renishaw Canada as an application specialist for machine tools, based in Quebec.

Faster holemaking

The GEN3SYS XT drilling line from Allied Machine & Engineering offers increased tool life and productivity in high penetration rate drilling applications, according to the company.

EuroBLECH 2021 postponed until Autumn 2022

EuroBLECH, the world’s largest sheet metal technology exhibition, has been canceled. The event was scheduled for March 2021 at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds in Germany.

Newfoundland and Labrador welding group holds inaugural event

The Newfoundland and Labrador chapter of the Canadian Welding Association held its inaugural event in late November with close to 70 people in attendance.

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