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Dukane acquires machinery firm Aurizon

8th Aug 2019

Dukane has acquired all the assets and intellectual property of Aurizon. Aurizon, based in the US, is a global leader in developing high-power rotary ultrasonic systems for converting nonwoven materials, bonding textiles & films, and sealing packages. Dukane, based in the US, is a global leader in manufacturing plastic welding technologies and...

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A.Celli opens new facility in south China

3rd Aug 2019

A.Celli, a leader in the supplying of machineries and advanced technologies for the nonwovens market, has opened an additional facility in the south of China. The new facility will be operated under A.Celli Foshan Technology Co. Ltd., located in Foshan, in the province of Guangdong. This will enable the company to be even more competitive in Asian...

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Ascent Aerospace invests in LSAM machine from Thermwood

18th Jul 2019

Ascent Aerospace has announced its recent investment of a Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) machine from Thermwood Corporation, a technology leader and manufacturer of CNC and 3D printing equipment based in Dale. Ascent Aerospace is a single-source provider of production and automated assembly systems for the aerospace and defence industry.

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Saurer major contributor to mankind’s moon landing

17th Jul 2019

Saurer’s partnership with apparel branding innovator Lion Brothers has lasted seven decades. It was first to supply NASA with embroidered mission patches starting with Apollo 1. Using Saurer’s 2S-55, the most advanced embroidery machine of the time, Lion Brothers produced shoulder patch for Apollo 11, the mission that resulted in 2 astronauts reaching...

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Siempelkamp receives first order for SMC press from US

28th Jun 2019

The Composites Business Unit of Siempelkamp Group, established in the market as a system supplier for composites presses, has received a first order to deliver a 1,200 US t-SMC press system to a new US American customer. The Texan company will use this equipment for the production of fibre reinforced components used in infrastructure for road...

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Stratasys signs 7 year agreement with Boom Supersonic

22nd Jun 2019

Stratasys, a global leader in additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology, is deepening its partnership with Boom Supersonic – the Colorado-based company building history’s fastest supersonic airliner. In signing a seven-year agreement extension, the companies are further accelerating adoption of additive manufacturing for 3D-printed flight...

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Optima 3D to launch weaving machine for composites at ITMA

12th Jun 2019

Optima 3D Ltd, a Huddersfield, UK-based company, is all set to launch a next generation 3D weaving machine for complex weave solutions in the field of composite engineering at the forthcoming ITMA fair. The Optima 3D revolutionary weaving system would be shown in hall H5, stand A141 at the ITMA exhibition to be held in Barcelona, Spain from June 20-26.

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Scapa opens new medical device manufacturing hub

12th Jun 2019

Scapa Healthcare, a partner to companies in advanced wound care, medical device and consumer wellness markets, has inaugurated its new medical device manufacturing facility in Knox County, US. The 152,000-square-foot facility doubles Scapa's Knoxville hub into a single site of operations allowing for greater operational efficiency through proximity and ...

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Loomia gets query from automotive, electronics, PPE firms

6th Jun 2019

The e-textiles industry, which are limited by cost and ability to scale, does not grow in the fashion field but in personal protective equipment (PPE), consumer products and functional wear, according to Madison Maxey, founder of San Francisco-based Loomia, which designs and manufactures soft circuit systems that can be produced at scale.

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