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Applying the principles of lean manufacturing to welding can yield significant benefits including increased welding quality, reduced waste, and cost savings.
A new methodology developed by Seco Tools, Fagersta, Sweden (secotools.com) addresses the long-standing dilemma of increasing both the wear resistance and toughness of a cutting insert at the same time.
In business as in life, the ability to adapt to changing circumstances often means the difference between success and failure.Just ask Canadian auto parts suppliers who have been beset by a host of problems ranging from the high dollar, increasing…
by Jerry CookDriven by the continuing strength of the Quebec aerospace sector, this year’s Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show (MMTS) proved to be a highly successful event. The show, which was held at Place Bonaventure in Montreal, QC, was busy and…
by Jerry CookWhen Carlo Buffone and David Moore, co-owners of Laser Metal Profiles Ltd., started the company in 2002, they felt that there was a niche for sub-contract laser cutting services in the  Cambridge, ON area that wasn’t being fully…
by Jerry CookWhen it became apparent that manually TIG welding parts was too slow and time consuming, Concord, ON-based Cleveland Range Ltd. decided to explore the potential offered by robotic MIG welding.
by Jerry CookNo one can accuse Champ Industries, Winnipeg, MB of not recognizing a good thing when they see it which is why the custom metal fabricator has stayed with TRUMPF equipment since installing its first TRUMPF laser system seven…
by Jerry CookA new Ontario government Ministry of Education pilot program recently introduced at Barton Secondary School, Hamilton, ON has made the school’s Manufacturing Specialist program, already one of the leading manufacturing training programs in the province, even better.
by  Jerry CookIf there is one simple message that Robert Jamieson wants to get out into the market it’s that his new company, Forward 600 Tools and Machinery, Mississauga, ON, is definitely open for business.
Precarn Inc., Ottawa, ON and the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA) have announced awarding $1.5 million to fund three research and development projects in the Canadian auto parts industry. The funding, which has been awarded to three collaborative teams of Canadian…
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