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Caterpillar Names Lincoln Electric Outstanding Supplier
Monday, April 14, 2008
The Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland, OH, received the Caterpillar Supplier Quality Excellence Process Certification according to the MQ11005 standard. Lincoln Electric, a Caterpillar certified supplier since 1991, becomes the first welding-consumable manufacturer to deceive the designation. Caterpillar’s new certification program recognizes suppliers that are working toward zero defects in the manufacturing process. It combines third-party ISO 9001:2000 registration and full ISO/TS 16949:2002 compliance along with Caterpillar-unique elements taken from the new MP11005 principles. Only suppliers with a demonstrated history of success using Six Sigma are eligible for the certification. Lincoln Electric is online at www.lincolnelectric.com
Coil-Processing Seminar Includes Plant Tour
Friday, April 11, 2008
Red Bud Industries, Red Bud, IL, will host a coil-processing seminar in West Chester (Cincinnati), OH, on June 24 at the Wingate by Windham & Meridian Conference Center. Attendees will learn about blanking and multiblanking, leveling, and slitting, as well as the SCS and EPS processes for hot-rolled black material. Featured speakers include Dean Linders, vice president of marketing and sales for Red Bud; Eric Theis, formerly of Herr-Voss and now a consultant; Al Zelt, an expert in slitting technology; and Kevin Voges, president of The Material Works. The seminar will conclude with a tour of United Performance Metals in Hamilton, OH. Learn more at www.redbudindustries.com
Website Hosts Dozens of Machine-Vision Case Studies
Friday, April 11, 2008
Cognex Corp., Natick, MA, a manufacturer of machine-vision sensors and systems, has launched a new website at www.cognex.com
that hosts more than 80 application case studies, selectable by industry and application, illustrating how manufacturing companies benefit from the use of machine vision. Also new to the site is a section called Working with Cognex, which provides options for learning more about vision technology through a variety of seminars, training programs and tradeshows.