Modern Machine Shop

JAN 2018

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SHOP TALK MMS JANUARY 2018 54 Industry News 10 VRTEX virtual reality web simulation trainers, 166 welding and cutting booths, six seminar rooms, 13 welding school classrooms, a 100-seat auditorium, an atrium and a reception area. The training center is equipped to help students focus on career pathways and looks to the industr y's future in its programming offerings. It will also showcase and integrate the company's latest technologies and solutions into the curriculum. "We design our welding curriculum and programs to meet the needs of students and educators at ever y level, from basic welding and teaching techniques through advanced processes such as robotic automation, special- ized code certification, welding theor y, welding procedure specifications and more," says Jason Scales, manager of education solutions. | The Lincoln Electric Co. 216-481-8100 | United Grinding Opens New U.S. Headquarters Just over a year after breaking ground, United Grinding North America Inc. has officially opened the doors of its new 110,000-square-foot U.S. headquarters in Miamisburg, Ohio. The building brings together the company's cylindrical, surface and profile grinding business units; its automa- tion and rebuilding depart- ments from its existing offices in Miamisburg; and its tool and cutter grinding machines and measure- ment systems sectors, which were located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. With this consolidation, the company intends to advance process optimiza- tion and stabilization in the name of providing better service for its customers in the Americas. "This new facility, with all its productivity improvements and atten- tion to detail, is the best way to build upon the partnerships we've devel- oped and bring innovative services to our customers in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible," says President and CEO Steve Jacobson. The building's design is intended to enhance efficiency, strengthen customer service and boost operational agility in Maximum Precision... Leistritz Advanced Technologies Corp. 165 Chestnut Street, Allendale, NJ 07401 (201) 934-8262 • Improved quality with reduced cycle times! Today's high volume production requires precision which only a few years ago was unachievable! When machining worms, ballscrews or actuator screws for automotive or aerospace applications, whirling is fast becoming the process of choice. Leistritz Whirling Machines and Tooling Systems fit nicely into machining cells with a small foot print and dry cutting advantage. ...With Each Rotation

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