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Nuevo Leon Stamper Installs New Coe CTL Line

Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Coe Press Equipment, Sterling Heights, MI, has installed a cut-to-length line at metal stamper Fanasa, in Santa Catarina (Nuevo Leon), Mexico. Among the products the firm stamps are air-conditioning and refrigerator components, of light-gauge prepainted material. The Coe line, which includes a 48-in. ServoMaster roll feed, power straightener and hydraulic production shear, can process prepainted and stainless-steel sheet to 0.74 in. thick by 48 in. wide. The shear is rated to 30 cuts/min. More at

Metalforming-Industry Movers and Shakers

Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Anchor Danly, Farmington Hills, MI, hired Steve Noga as components technology manager. The firm manufactures die sets and tooling components;

Dr. Christof Lehner has been appointed general manager of the Trumpf Laser Technology Center in Plymouth, MI. He’ll oversee laser-division sales for the company, which has its U.S. headquarters in Farmington, CT, as well as service and support for North America;

Techni Waterjet, Lenexa, KS, promoted Jason Lumetta to regional sales manager for the Midwest region of the United States. He had worked previously for the company, a manufacturer of waterjet-cutting systems, as customer-service manager and operations manager;

Hydraulic-press manufacturer Beckwood Press Co., St. Louis, MO, added two new structural engineers to its staff—Adam Strein and Dan Stortz. The two will boost the firm’s product-engineering efforts, as well as assist with purchasing activities, coordination of runoffs and perform FEA testing on all design work. More at

Esab Christens New Welding-Wire Plant

Monday, July 2, 2012
Esab Welding and Cutting Products, Florence, SC, has opened a new welding-wire manufacturing plant in Union County, SC. The 260,000-sq.-ft. plant will produce the firm’s high-performance GMAW and submerged-arc-welding wires, and its AristoRod and copper-coated wires. More at


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