Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Q&A with Friedrich Wölfel

What is e-mobility, and how is KAPP NILES working to establish itself as a pioneer in this growing field? E-mobility refers to the use of...

Q&A with Rajendra Singh

What is the instructional team’s background in gear manufacturing and design? Currently, the instructional team at Ohio State comprises of myself and Professors Ahmet Kahraman,...

Q&A with Chelleigh Cuddy

Atlanta Gear Works recently expanded its support staff by hiring its first human resources specialist, a new position created to meet its expanding HR...

Q&A with Dwight Smith and Ken Kernen

Nidec recently acquired Federal Broach & Machine Company. When did this happen, and what does it add to what Nidec can offer its customers? Kernen:...

Q&A with Dijam Panigrahi

What is GridRaster’s role in the manufacturing world? GridRaster Inc. is a leading provider of cloud-based XR and 3D AI solutions that enable captivating, high-quality...

Q&A with Chris Wellman and Ivan Torres

Avers Machine recently partnered with Helios Gear Products to install a new, automation-equipped Hera 90 CNC gear hobber. Avers’ Chris Wellman and Ivan Torres...

Q&A with Jason Chin

What makes highly loaded gearboxes such an integral part of gear manufacturing? The long and short of it is that a highly loaded gearbox is...

Q&A with Sławomir Woźniak

You recently attended ThermProcess in Dusseldorf. What kind of reactions to your products did you get from the attendees? It was quite a good event...

Q&A with Mario Jurcevic

What is your experience and background in the gear industry? I’ve always been involved in the gear industry since I graduated from college. I started...

Q&A with Dwight Smith

Before we get into the specifics of the LAMDA500, please explain what powder DED (directed energy deposition) is and why it’s important to metal-based...

Q&A with Josh Fairley and Spencer Artz

What sets Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives grinding wheels apart from its competition? Norton | Saint-Gobain’s dedication to continuous research and development of new abrasives and...

Q&A with Scott Richards

What does James Engineering do for the gear-manufacturing industry? James Engineering manufactures state-of-the-art deburring machines. These machines range from simple manual machines to cutting-edge, high-tech...

Q&A with Aaron Jones

How are you involved with Opus IVS, and what does it mean for the EV market? IVS is our diagnostic support side of the company....

Q&A with Karen Young

You’re celebrating your 50th year in business in 2023. How did it all begin? It all began in February of 1973, when my husband, Rusty...

Q&A with Mats Wennmo

Mats Wennmo has been the global manager for Automotive Transmission Gear Solutions at Sandvik Coromant since 2017. He got his start in the industry...

Q&A with Jens Beck

What are some ways you see artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) disrupting the manufacturing space? What are some emerging opportunities for the technology in...

Q&A with Scott Knoy

You recently returned from IMTS. What kind of reactions did you get from attendees visiting Nidec (formerly Mitsubishi Machine Tool Division)? We saw many people...

Q&A with Rodney Soenen

What’s a typical week like for you at Involute? Generally, I travel every other week for a few days and one week in the...

Q&A with George Abbascia

What’s a typical work week like for you at Gear Manufacturing Incorporated (GMI)? Lately, it has been hectic as new projects have been steadily increasing....

Q&A with Andy Pettibone

Has Drewco always been a workholding company? Yes. Drewco was started by Edward Drew in 1947. Ed started the company as a workholding design and...

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