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Thursday, August 14, 2014
Tim McCaughey, former president and CEO of Schuler, Inc., has been appointed president of Coldwater Machine Co., Coldwater, OH. The firm manufactures and integrates precision equipment and tools including custom-designed machines, material-handling equipment, robotic systems and appliance-specific manufacturing cells;

Tebis America, Troy, MI, a provider of CAD/CAM systems for tool, die and mold manufacturing, named David Klotz CEO and president. He will oversee sales, marketing, support and operations, and assumes profit/loss responsibilities;

Leader Tech Inc., Tampa, FL, a manufacturer of EMI shielding products, named Gary Mandile director of quality systems and director of manufacturing technologies;

The Steel Market Development Institute, a business unit of the American Iron and Steel Institute, Detroit, MI, named Dr. Jody N. Hall vice president, automotive market. Hall succeeds Ronald P. Krupitzer, retiring at year-end. Hall previously served as a technical integration engineer at the General Motors Global Body Manufacturing Engineering Center.

Tebis Americas New Location Equipped to Emphasize Training and Growth

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Tebis America, a provider of CAD/CAM software for the die and mold industries, has moved to a new location in Troy, MI: 400 E. Big Beaver Road. The new location boasts more than 12,000 sq. ft. of space, nearly twice the space of its previous location, and features a state-of-the art hands-on training facility.

Tebis America, part of Tebis AG, Munich, Germany, develops CAD/CAM systems for tool, die and mold manufacturing, primarily for automobile and aircraft manufacturers and their subcontractors from the styling, model making, tool and mold manufacturing sectors. It supplies turnkey installations and also provides installation, training and hotline support;

Coe Refurbishes Fire-Damaged Feeds

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Following a factory fire early in 2014 at custom metal stamper Viking Inc., Columbia City, IN, the service team at Coe Press Equipment stepped in to restore two smoke- and water-damaged feed lines to help the stamper quickly get back up and running. The lines in question: a 1997-vintage ServoMaster Series 1 for light-gauge stamping, and a 2007-vintage ServoMaster Series 2 for medium-gauge applications. Modular design and robust construction made the lines perfect candidates for refurbishment rather than replacement. The process included power washing, mechanical and control repairs and new electrical systems;



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