Thursday, September 23, 2021

Q&A with Roland Ramberg

I see that you’ve launched a new Web site. It’s very impressive. Thanks for paying us a visit. We decided that it was time to...

Q&A with Steve Arthur

Any company that’s been in business for more than a century is bound to have an interesting story. What’s yours? The company was established in...

Q&A with Leon Kozlov

Tell us how American Gear Tools came to be established. Ken Nemec, president of American Broach & Machine, has wanted to establish this division of...

Q&A with Eric Wilson

This year marks the company’s 90th year in business. How did it come to be founded? William Hewitt was a journeyman blacksmith who relocated to...

Q&A with Gerald Shankel

Opening kids’ eyes to manufacturing as an exciting career is important. Tell us what the FMA is doing in that area. You’re right, it’s...

Q&A with Alois Mundt

When was the Sigma Pool formed, and what was its original purpose? Our customers are found worldwide, and in the early nineties we were looking...

Q&A with Thomas Passek

Could you give us a brief overview of the society’s origins and structure? In 1913 William Park Woodside, who was trained as a blacksmith and...

Q&A with James Trombino

MPIF has an interesting history and structure, could you describe it? I’d be glad to. The Metal Powder Industries Federation is truly a unique organization....

Q&A with Rich Piselli

Thanks for the tour of your new facility. Watching the new Gould & Eberhardt machines being built was an impressive sight. And well worth the...

Q&A with Robert O’Connor

Could you tell us a little about the company’s history? Of course. The company was founded by Walter Schneeberger in 1923 to manufacture tool grinders...

Q&A with Robert Bruce

I understand that the STLE is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. Could you tell us a little about the organization’s history, and your...

Q&A with Suren Rao Ph.D.

Tell us about your academic background and what brought you to the Gear Research Institute at Penn State. I was raised in India, and my...

Q&A with Ken Kiehl

I noticed that you’ve redesigned your Web site and changed the company name. That’s right. Since our parent company is Cincinnati Steel Treating, we were...

Q&A with Bret Viant

Tell us about your background, and how you came to join Lovejoy. I was in the Army, and once I’d gotten out I needed a...

Q&A with Jennifer Cochran

Tell us a little about your background and what led you to join the AGMA. I’d be glad to. I attended George Mason University, where...

Q&A with Mike Smith

Capstan Atlantic has been around for quite awhile, hasn’t it? Yes, it has. It was founded by Don Paulin in the forties, and his son...

Q&A with Ed Weinberg

Tell us about the company and the product lines you represent. CENTRIC International has been in business for about three years, and we’re the...

Q&A with Jason Ray

You’ve been with the company for five years now, how did you come to join it?” I was originally trained as an engineer, and I...

Q&A with Dan Herring

Tell us about your background that led you to become “The Heat Treat Doctor.” I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in metallurgy from the University...

Q&A with Dan Tweed Jr.

Your father passed away recently, and when we profiled Carnes-Miller Gear in the first issue of the magazine five years ago I recall you...

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