GWS Tool Group, a producer of customized chopping instruments, has reached a U.S. licensing settlement with world instrument holding expertise firm Haimer USA for Haimer’s patented Secure-Lock anti-pullout system.
Brendt Holden, president of Haimer USA says, “I totally consider GWS aerospace prospects will welcome the safety, stability, and precision of the Secure-Lock System that can finally guarantee they’ll maximize their productiveness.”
GWS CEO Rick McIntyre provides, “Partnering with Haimer to offer the trade normal in pullout safety, Secure-Lock, additional strengthens our capability to ship optimized milling options to our prospects.”
DMG MORI USA opens Charlotte HQ
In a grand opening, DMG MORI USA showcased its new regional headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The roughly 1,250m2 (13,500ft2) constructing integrates the machine instrument producer’s branches in Nashville, Tennessee; Tampa, Florida; and Charlotte to create a central gross sales and repair location for the complete Southeast and East U.S. with round 40 staff.
“With this new house base, we can assist our prospects to draw and retain world-class manufacturing work for years to come back,” says Daniel Medrea, COO East Area, DMG MORI USA Inc.
The showroom homes the NLX 2500 SY common turning heart, the NTX 2500 flip & mill heart, the DMU 65 FD monoBLOCK milling & turning machine, and the CMX 50 U 5-axis machining heart automated with a PH 150 pallet dealing with system – all linked by the DMG MORI Messenger, NETservice, and CELOS PC. Coaching programs on facets of the corporate’s CNC expertise in addition to the digitization of machine instrument manufacturing can be found on the new location.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony included Dr. Masahiko Mori, President of the DMG MORI Co. Ltd., Dr. Keiichii Ota, President of DMG MORI USA Inc., native authorities officers, and greater than 100 prospects. It was the primary in-person occasion DMG MORI had organized since COVID-19 closures.
Teijin joins Spirit’s Aerospace Innovation Centre
Teijin Ltd. has joined the Aerospace Innovation Centre (AIC) organized by plane structural parts producer Spirit AeroSystems Inc. in Prestwick, Scotland. Teijin will work with Spirit and different AIC members.
The 85,000ft2 AIC homes Spirit’s engineering design and manufacturing experience alongside superior growth and pre-production tools in a collaborative atmosphere with key companions.
Teijin plans to contribute to Spirit’s imaginative and prescient to allow modern applied sciences and construct a sustainable future. This collaboration will even strengthen Teijin’s place as a carbon fibers and composites provider for aerospace purposes.
As one strategic focus of its medium- time period administration plan for 2020 to 2022, Teijin is accelerating its growth of midstream to downstream purposes for plane, together with cost-effective carbon fibers with higher-tenacity and higher-tensile modulus, intermediate supplies, together with Tenax Dry Reinforcement (Tenax DR) carbon fiber supplies, carbon fiber thermoplastic unidirectional pre-impregnated tape (Tenax TPUD), carbon fiber thermoplastic consolidated laminate (Tenax TPCL), and thermoset prepreg.