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Die Concepts Takes New Name
to Better Reflect its Capabilities

Thursday, February 18, 2010
Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. is the new name taken by Die Concepts, Inc., to better reflect the Waukesha, WI contract manufacturer’s capabilities. Once primarily a die designer and builder, the company also provides prototype CNC-machined components, metal stampings and fabricated-sheetmetal parts. Among its press inventory are two 30-ton Bruderer high-speed presses and a 200-ton Komatsu gap-frame press. Learn more at

Coil-Processing Seminar Includes
Petersen Aluminum Tour

Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Red Bud Industries, Red Bud, IL, will host a coil-processing seminar April 27, 2010, at the Embassy Suites Hotel O’Hare-Rosemont, Rosemont, IL. Attendees will learn about blanking, multi-blanking, leveling, slitting, and new processes (SCS and EPS) for hot-roll black material. Speakers will include Dean Linders, Red Bud’s vice president of marketing; consultant Eric Theis, formerly of Herr-Voss; slitting-technology expert Al Zelt; and Kevin Voges, president of The Material Works and inventor of the SCS and EPS processes. The seminar will conclude with a tour of Petersen Aluminum in Elk Grove Village, IL, where attendees will view two Red Bud blanking lines in operation, processing prepainted aluminum and steel. To learn more, call 618/282-3801;

ASAP Design Acquires Assets of Mercury Metal Craft

Monday, February 15, 2010
Prototype and short-run metal stamper ASAP Design Inc., Roseville, MI, has acquired the assets of Mercury Metal Craft, also in Roseville, to better serve its customers in the automotive, aerospace and military industries. Now called ASAP Design/Mercury Metal Forming, the company houses more than 50 hydraulic and mechanical presses from 5 to 800 ton capacity, and also offers manual and robotic welding, five-axis laser cutting, and press-brake bending;


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