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FTI, Missler Partner to Improve Blank-Shape Development Software

Monday, June 18, 2012
 
Forming Technologies Inc., Burlington, Ontario, Canada, will provide its blank-shape-development technology to French software provider Missler Software. As a result, users of Missler’s TopSolid’Progress blank-shape-development software will enjoy improved blank-shape accuracy, thanks to use of FTI’s Coupled Hybrid Inverse solver. The solver, say company officials, optimizes simulation of shift in the neutral axis and more accurately represents real-world forming conditions in local flanging operations; www.forming.com/. Learn more about Missler Software and its TopSolid suite of CAD/CAM software at www.topsolid.com/.

Reading Alloys Earns Recognition for Technology Integration

Monday, June 18, 2012
 
Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania recently presented Ametek Reading Alloys, Robesonia, PA, its Innovative Application of Technology award. Reading Alloys, which produces titanium master allows and highly engineered metal powders, has focused recently on metal-powder applications for the medical industry, and opened a new manufacturing plant in Robesonia to better serve that segment of its business. Learn more at www.reading-alloys.com/.

Triton Industries New Laser-Cutting System and New Chief Engineer

Friday, June 15, 2012
 
There’s a lot of news coming out of precision metal fabricator Triton Industries, Inc., Chicago, IL, as the firm prepares to handle anticipated growth during Q3. Notably, the firm welcomed new chief engineer Ray Graciano, who, among other tasks, will ensure that the firm’s newest capital-equipment addition—an Amada FOM2 laser-cutting machine—operates at its peak level of performance. Triton works out of a 100,000-sq.-ft. facility to perform laser cutting, prototyping, bending, punching, forming, welding and more; www.tritonindustries.com/.

 

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