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Bachman Acquires Machining Center
to Bolster Production-Machining Capabilities

Friday, February 20, 2009
 
The CNC machining facility of Bachman Machine Co., St. Louis, MO, will soon welcome the addition of a new CNC double-column vertical machining center. Bachman will use the machine to provide added capacity to its tool and die operation, as well as support and grow its production-machining operations. The machining center, a DCV series 4025 model from Taiwanese builder YCM, features a 161 by 94-in. table and a maximum allowable load of 44,000 lb. Bachman Machine is a manufacturer of metal stampings, progressive dies, plastic injection-molded parts and production CNC machined parts; www.bachmanmachine.com.
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Bachman Acquires Machining Center
to Bolster Production-Machining Capabilities

Friday, February 20, 2009
 
The CNC machining facility of Bachman Machine Co., St. Louis, MO, will soon welcome the addition of a new CNC double-column vertical machining center. Bachman will use the machine to provide added capacity to its tool and die operation, as well as support and grow its production-machining operations. The machining center, a DCV series 4025 model from Taiwanese builder YCM, features a 161 by 94-in. table and a maximum allowable load of 44,000 lb. Bachman Machine is a manufacturer of metal stampings, progressive dies, plastic injection-molded parts and production CNC machined parts; www.bachmanmachine.com.
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Participate in the Next Generation Manufacturing Study

Thursday, February 19, 2009
 
The American Small Manufacturers Coalition (ASMC), Washington, D.C., has launched a study to assess the progress that U.S. manufacturers are making in adopting strategies required to compete in the global marketplace, and weather the recession. ASMC, made up of the nation’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) centers, has posted its Next Generation Manufacturing Study at www.NGMStudy.com. It asks for input related to customer-focused innovation, systematic continuous improvement, advanced talent management, extended enterprise management and other topics. For more about ASMC and the MEP centers, log on to www.smallmanufacturers.org.
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