Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Q&A

Q&A with James Richards

Could you tell our readers a little about your MAX-System ‘One-Time-Setup’ deburring solution? We’re probably the first people to build a purpose-built CNC-type of deburring...

Q&A with Bruce Cox

You provide assessments to ISO/IEC 17025 for calibration laboratories. How has business been? I do assessments now, that’s the main thing, for the National Voluntary...

Q&A with Brett Froats

You purchased Advanced Cutting Tools in 2007. How has the transition been? It’s been quite smooth. We recently moved them into our facility in Windsor....

Q&A with John Vanas Jr.

What kind of services does Euclid Heat Treating provide? Euclid offers a diverse selection of heat treating processes. We perform many of the commonly found...

Q&A with Michael Massarsky

What is turbo abrasive machining (TAM)? AM machines could be likened to free abrasive turning centers. They utilize fluidized bed technology to suspend abrasive materials...

Q&A with Steve Schilling

Tell me about your history with the NUM Corporation. I began my career as a controls engineer working for an OEM that built gear hobbers....

Q&A with Josh Pocock

Positrol has a very busy R&D department. What have they been working on recently? We do quite a bit of engineering work here. Our engineers...

Q&A with George Buhaj

How did you get started Avon Broach? I hired in as a draftsman in 1982. I was going to college for my degree in mechanical...

Q&A with Bill Mark

What is your position at Penn State? I’m with the applied research laboratory and graduate program in acoustics, and I’ve been here about 20 years....

Q&A with Bob Lowe

What is a control system integrator? Control system integrators design and implement sophisticated control systems for manufacturing and industrial facilities. Using their knowledge of engineering,...

Q&A with Stefan Scherbarth

I’ve heard a great deal of buzz about InvoMilling™. How did the idea come about? I was visiting a big machine tool maker in Germany,...

Q&A with Brian Richardson

Tell me about the origins of the Brevini Group. On the road from Bologna, Italy to the city of Reggio Emilia, there is a scattering...

Q&A with Scott Richards

James Engineering specializes in deburring machines. A number of gear manufacturers are still hand deburring their products, aren’t they? I’m working with one right now—a...

Q&A with Jack Nowlin

What does C-B Gear specialize in? We started business in 1952 as a job shop, doing mostly replacement gears, and we’ve been providing the industry...

Q&A with Scott Knoy

German Machine Tools of America (GMTA) is a leader in supplying machining and fabricating equipment solutions to the North American Market. Tell me a...

Q&A with Brian Slone

I hear there are some exciting things in the works for Slone Gear International. We’re merging with a company that has laser machining and welding...

Q&A with Tony Werschky

So “Delta” really describes more than one company, right? We’re lumped into two different companies: Delta Research and Delta Gear, Inc. Delta Gear produces gears...

Q&A with Dennis Richmond

Reishauer has a range of gear grinding machines. What sort of capabilities do you offer? We have a family of smaller grinding machines with capacities...

Q&A with Justin Gordon

Tell our readers a little bit about the workholding products Fairlane provides. We manufacture serrated grippers and other workholding components—the contact points that hold onto...

Q&A with Bill Gay

What’s so important about choosing the right lubricant for gear production? With the right lubricant, it all comes down to contamination elimination, which extends the...

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