WARDJet (Tallmadge, OH) has introduced a new series of waterjet to the company’s roster of CNC machines: the M-Series.
September 2021 Issue
Seeing Double: How Smart Factories Use Digital Twins. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Industry 4.0, digitalization, digital twins - machine shops constantly receive messages about how digital transformation will make their machines smarter. Manufacturers are under pressure to adopt these advances, especially coming out of the global pandemic, which has accelerated the need to digitize. Technologies, such as digital twins, don't have to solve all your challenges right out of the gate. Digital twins create resiliency and agility, allowing you to manage expectations and head off disruptions.
The 17th Biennial Wisconsin Manufacturing & Technology Show (WIMTS) will be held Oct. 5 through Oct. 7. The event will be held in West Allis, at the Wisconsin State Fair Park, in the Exposition Center.
As it prepares to become a public company, Velo3D Inc. (Campbell, CA) has announced two new senior positions: 1) VP of investor relations and 2) VP of sales for North America.
Bluco® Corp. (Naperville, IL) was recently recognized by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR) as one of Chicago’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® in 2021.
The judges of the Netflix series discuss with F&M the message and awareness the competition has created regarding welding, fabrication and metal art.
The ESAB welding equipment used in the series included an all-purpose welder, a plasma cutter, welding helmets and other PPE. The company is a provider of filler metals, equipment and accessories for the welding and cutting industry.
Lucifer Furnaces Inc. (Warrington, PA) has shipped a seventh large dual chamber 8000 Series furnace to a U.S. auto manufacturer.
Beckwood Press Co. (St. Louis, MO), has promoted Josh Dixon to chief operating officer and has hired Brad Cook as director of operations. Beckwood makes hydraulic and servo-electric presses, automation systems, and the Triform line of precision forming equipment.
A rocket developer, Launcher (Hawthorne, CA) has added a second Velo3D additive manufacturing (AM) system so it can 3D print pressure vessels for Orbiter, an orbital transfer vehicle and satellite platform.