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Tim Caron has joined EMEC Machine Tools as area sales manager for Windsor, ON, and the surrounding area.

He has relocated back to Canada after working in Houston, TX, for the past ten years, with the last five years at Okuma. He has more than 20 years of experience in manufacturing and most recently served as sales engineer at Okuma working with distribution networks.

 

Five-axis machining event

On July 10, EMEC Machine Tools is hosting a five-axis machining networking event at Krueger Machining Ltd. in Tecumseh, ON, near Windsor.

FABTECH 2021 confirms in-person event

FABTECH has confirmed that its 2021 event will take place with in person attendance.

Joint Open House celebrates 10th anniversary

The machine tool distributors' Joint Open House (JOH) in Southwestern Ontario celebrated its 10th anniversary, and hundreds of manufacturers from Ontario and Quebec attended the three-day event.

ABB to manufacture robots in US

ABB plans to produce robots in the US, making it the first global industrial robotics company to fully commit and invest in a North American robotics manufacturing operation, according to the company. The new production facility will serve customers in Canada and Mexico, in addition to the US.

Ontario Skills Competition 2015 winners

The 2015 Ontario Technological Skills Competiton took place May 4-6 and the results are in.

Walking the Virtual Shop Floor

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Is AR/VR about to transform manufacturing? It depends on whom you ask.

Taking the heat off live tooling

Live tooling with coolant-fed bearings can run at high speeds and high duty cycles without the accuracy and failure frequency problems of conventional bearings

Italian trade group seeks manufacturers for trade show delegation

The Italian Trade Commission is seeking Canadian metal products manufacturers interested in attending one of Italy's largest trade shows for the metalworking industry, BIMU-SFORTEC 2016.

Bombardier's CSeries: Test confirm fuel efficiency claims

Tests on Bombardier Aerospace’s much talked-about CSeries aircraft prove what the company has claimed all along: this new “green” aircraft is indeed a fuel efficient design that offers a 20 per cent fuel burn advantage and significantly reduced emissions.

WATTS Up—Canada’s Battery Jackpot

by Noelle Stapinsky

The shift toward battery electric vehicles has delivered an astonishing amount of opportunities for mining, manufacturing, the supply chain and everything in between. But is Canada ready to take its rightful position in the global battery sector?

Iscar announces management reorganization

Iscar Canada has reorganized its management team.

New general manager for Seco Tools in Canada

Brancko Hohnec has been appointed general manager, Canada, for Seco Tools. He joined Seco 11 years ago and most recently was managing director of Seco in Slovenia. He has a background in mechanical engineering. He will be based in Mississauga, ON.

 

 

 

Speedy Cuts

by Kip Hanson

Industry experts offer advice on high speed machining

FIELD NOTES: Miltera Machining Research Corp.

Product: HPM 450U
Supplier: GF Machining Solutions
End User: Miltera Machining Research Corp.

The 5 axis leap

by Kip Hanson

Quebec mouldmaker embraces five axis technology in a big way

When André Rochette decides to do something, he does it in a big way. As president of Rocand Inc., Sainte-Foy, QC, he was faced with a substantial increase in sales and development activity.

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