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Park Engineering

Park Engineering Upgrades Machining and Measuring Capacity for Larger Parts 

Stalybridge-based engineering company Park Engineering has significantly increased the size of parts it can machine and subsequently measure on a coordinate measuring machine (CMM)....
Cowles Tool

Cowles Tool

With over a century of serving the steel industry, Cowles Tools has been an industry leader since the Woodrow Wilson administration. The Cowles Tool...
Aerospace Machining

The Cutting Edge of Aerospace Machining: Ensuring Parts are Precise and Reliable for Critical...

For the aerospace industry, the “cutting edge” of parts machining goes far beyond having the latest CNC equipment and accessories. It also means engaging...
Sky Hook

Spencer Corporation Solves Problems By Utilizing Sky Hook

Like many machine shops and job shops, Spencer Corporation was looking for a solution to safely lift and maneuver heavy equipment parts throughout its...
Hypneumat

Hypneumat – Manufacturing Showcase

For almost 80 years, Hypneumat, Inc. has been a leader and innovator in the drilling and tapping industry. Hypneumat, Inc. was established in the...

Houston Plating & Coatings

HP&C was founded in 1988 in South Houston, Texas to provide electroless nickel plating services to energy equipment manufacturers. In subsequent years additional corrosion...

Manufacturing Showcase: Flex Machine Tools

Richard Kennedy launched Midwest Specialties, Inc., in 1971 as a government contracting manufacturing business. He designed and built a tapping arm to increase speed...

Manufacturing Showcase: Cincinnati, Inc.

Originally known as the Cincinnati Shaper Company, it was founded in 1898 by Perrin March in Harrison, Ohio. The company was eventually renamed Cincinnati,...

Walter USA

Founded in Dusseldorf, Germany, by Richard Walter in 1919, headquarters were relocated to Tubingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, in 1925. Walter AG began its global expansion throughout...

Manufacturing Showcase: Big Blue Saw

While earning his keep as a freelance IT consultant, Simon Arthur began designing and building robotic war machines, or “battle bots,” and entering them...
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