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Metalforming Industry Movers & Shakers
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
United Performance Metals, Hamilton, OH, welcomed Ian Moore as an account manager, and Austin Derkson as a customer service representative. The firm supplies high-temperature, high-strength and corrosion-resistant alloys; www.upmet.com/.
Stewart EFI, LLC, Thomaston, CT, a supplier of small metalformed parts and secondary assemblies, hired Tony Pascariello as general manager. He’ll oversee its stamping and tooling facilities; www.stewartefi.com/.
Sharon Gantenbein joined Aerodyne Alloys as inside sales representative. The firm stocks and processes specialty high-temperature alloys from is headquarters facility in South Windsor, CT, and service centers in California, South Carolina and Texas; www.aerodynealloys.com/.
Tella Tool & Manufacturing Co. appointed Linda Nagel customer service supervisor, Mollie Dunn customer service representative, and Mark Grabowski tool engineer at its plant in Lombard, IL. Also, at the firm’s facility in Brownsville, TX, Horacio Ramirez joined as plant manager, Jose Pecina as production planner, and German De La Torre as tooling supervisor; www.tellatool.com/.
Consortium Launched to Benefit Thermal Manufacturing
Monday, June 09, 2014
ASM International, Materials Park, OH, will lead a U.S. effort to develop and implement advanced thermal-manufacturing technologies—drying, smelting, heattreating and curing. Funded by a $400,000 NIST grant, the Thermal Manufacturing Industries Advanced Technology Consortium hopes to engage in projects to reduce manufacturing costs, increase productivity and enhance global competiveness. Here’s more, from NIST.
NIST Grant to Fund Materials R&D for Additive Manufacturing
Thursday, June 05, 2014
Penn State announced plans to launch the Consortium for Additive Manufacturing Materials (CAMM), after receiving one of 19 advanced manufacturing technology planning grants from the National Institute of Standards (NIST). CAMM will connect materials producers, research institutions and end users to develop new materials for additive manufacturing. Learn more here.