Steve de Kleine joins Komet of CanadaClick image to enlargeSteve de Kleine has joined Komet of Canada Tooling Solutions, Mississauga, ON, as technical specialist.

He'll be responsible for providing technical support to distributors and end users in Ontario. He has four years of sales experience in the cutting tool industry.

German trade show firm expands to Canada at CMTS

Hannover Messe is expanding its presence and its brand in Canada and will co-locate with the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) 2017, September 25-28, at The International Centre in Misssissauga, near Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Seen at IMTS: Aerospace-dedicated EDM

EDM took a new technology direction at IMTS with GF Machining Solution's launch of a aerospace-dedicated wire EDM, the Cut 200 Dedicated, designed with unique features for aerospace machining needs.

OPG picks 5 Canadian firms to bid on $100M dam maintenance

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has listed five Canadian companies able to bid on future repair, replacement and refurbishment work for large control gates at its hydroelectric generating stations.

The Additive Advantage

by Andrew Brooks

Additive manufacturing is still relatively new, but will it usher in a new Industrial Revolution?

CMTS Focus: Manufacturing in Canada

With the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) fast approaching, Shop Metalworking Technology looks back at some of the top stories about Canadian manufacturers profiled in the pages of the magazine in a periodic feature to showcase the face of manufacturing in the country.

CanWeld 2016 celebrates industry contributors

CanWeld 2016 opened its doors to industry October 4 and 5 in Edmonton, AB, to welcome members of the Canadian metal fabricating and welding communities from across the country.

Automotive innovation hub opens in Ontario

The National Research Council (NRC) has opened a $5 million Manufacturing and Automotive Innovation Hub in London, ON.

Shop doubles tool life and cuts costs

A US shop has doubled tool life and cut overall machining costs by introducing a new toolholder system from Haimer USA into its operation.

GDP jumped in May: Statistics Canada

Real gross domestic product (GDP) grew 4.5 per cent in May after falling off a cliff when emergency measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 resulted in widespread shutdowns.

Asking the Impossible

by Andrew Brooks

An insistent customer helped Fidelity get used to going above and beyond

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