IDC Industries (Clinton Township, MI) is installing their new Niles ZP24 gear grinder. This new machine, the largest of its type in Michigan, will allow the firm to better serve their customers in the steel, mining and paper manufacturing industries worldwide.
IDC repairs, rebuilds and manufactures new gears and reducers from their new facility. The new grinder is capable of grinding internal and external gears over seven feet in diameter, and includes on-board gear inspection. This machine can also grind worms sectors and cutting tools.
Jamie Pangborn, president of IDC Industries, said, “The Niles ZP24 represents the state-of-the-art in gear grinding. It fits perfectly with our growth plans and our ability to provide solutions to our customers in a wide range of industrial markets.” In addition, Pangborn commented, “Clinton Township has been very supportive and helpful in our business development since our move here in 2012. We anticipate continued growth through all of 2014 and beyond.”
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