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Hot Off the Press
to Meet in San Diego
Thursday, March 17, 2005
The Expanded Metal Manufacturers Association (EMMA) will hold its Spring 2005 Conference April 15-18 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego. EMMA, a division of the National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM), promotes the use of expanded-metal products with building professionals through publication of technical information, new-product development and capabilities. The association also provides a forum for the exchange of information on the expanded-metal industry.
For conference reservations, call NAAMM’s Augie Sisco at 312/332-0405. To learn more about expanded metal and its applications, visit www.emma-assoc.org
Under New Ownership, Automotive-Fastener
Supplier to Broaden Customer Base
Wednesday, March 16, 2005
Fabristeel, Taylor, MI, manufacturer of metal fasteners for the automotive industry, has been acquired by Whitesell International Corp., Muscle Shoals, AL. Whitesell operates 27 affiliate companies globally, providing procurement and logistic integration for class C components, including specialty fasteners and wireform products. It serves primarily non-automotive markets, particularly appliance and agricultural manufacturers. Fabristeel welcomes the opportunity to provide its fastening products to non-automotive firms. Learn more at www.fabristeel.com
ESI Integrates Material-Simulation Model
into its Formability Software
Tuesday, March 15, 2005
Metals producer Corus has partnered with simulation-software producer ESI Group to integrate the Corus-Vegter material-simulation model into ESI’s Pam-St amp 2G software package. The partnership aims to provide automotive designers and engineers with improved accuracy in formability-analysis predictions and press stamping evaluations. Learn more at www.esi-group.com