OEM News 10/16/2008

October 16, 2008

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GE Honda Aero Engines Prepares Hardware For Developmental Engine
GE Honda Aero Engines has started to release hardware designs and receive manufactured hardware for its first HF120 development engine, in preparation for formal certification testing. Read More

Nuclear Certificates Renewed For Teledyne Brown
Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. said the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) renewed its Nuclear and Pressure Vessel Certificates of Authorization. Only 16 other U.S.-based companies have the same nuclear certifications as Teledyne Brown. Read More

Honda Enhances North America Flexible Manufacturing Network
Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC began mass production of its, 4-cylinder Honda Civic sedan at its new facility in Greensburg, Indiana. The $550 million facility will ultimately produce 200,000 vehicles, and employ 2,000 associates at full capacity. Read More

Goodrich To Supply Sonar Domes To U.S. Navy
Goodrich Corp. has received a contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center-Crane to provide sonar domes for U.S. Navy surface combat ships. The five-year Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract is potentially valued at up to $33 million and covers deliveries through 2013. Work will be performed by Goodrich's Engineered Polymer Products team in Jacksonville, Fla. Read More

Boeing Licenses Goodrich On Landing Gear Spare Parts
Goodrich Corp. has entered into a data license with The Boeing Company allowing the use of detail engineering design to obtain Parts Manufacturing Authority (PMA) for replacement landing gear spare parts. The license will permit Goodrich to manufacture licensed PMA parts under Goodrich's FAA approved quality system and distribute directly to operators. Read More


AM Webcast Series

Now Available On Demand

5 Key Strategies For Reduced Cost and Increased Profitability
Striving to reduce costs and increase profitability while remaining competitive is no easy task.

Epicor Manufacturing talks about ways to plan, schedule, execute and monitor your manufacturing operations – from raw materials to final product – to develop your highest level of flexibility and agility, and to make your operations more competitive.

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Sponsored by: EPICOR


Benchmarking at IMTS
American Machinist conducted its third annual Benchmark Survey of American Machine Shops between February and April of this year.

American Machinist, reviews the results of this third annual survey, and talks about what the data means and how shops can use the data to make plans for this year's IMTS.

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Tool Shop Optimization: Concurrent Engineering for Today's Machine Shop
Applying concurrent engineering processes to design and manufacturing can help toolmakers increase productivity and shorten product delivery times—improving responsiveness to customers and your company's bottom-line results.

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Sponsored by: Cimatron Group


Workshop


Want insight into how the "10 Best Machine Shops" stay competitive in the manufacturing industry?

How about new strategies when solving real-world problems in your machine shop?

Then don't miss the 2008 Machine Shop Workshop!

November 12-14, 2008
The Doubletree Hotel Chicago – Oak Brook

The only workshop that focuses on the business side of running a machine shop.


The 2008 Machine Shop Workshop is an intensive 2-day event featuring peer presentations, best-practices and an emphasis on solving your real-world problems.

Your registration also includes:
  • Tickets to the "Best Machine Shops" award banquet.
  • FREE copy of the new "Benchmarks for Machine Shops" databook – a $59.95 value.
  • A chance to win an IPOD Touch. Courtesy of MFG.com.

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  • Announcements

    American Machinist Launches New Internet Forum
    The American Machinist Forum is a place to share thoughts, ideas and best practices for machine shops.

    The focus is on making machine shops competitive, efficient and flexible enough to compete in a global environment. You'll find discussion about manpower, use of automation and technology, creative uses of machine tools and a whole lot more. So sign up now and jump in. Click Here


    AM Machine Tool Theater


    New Machine Tool Theater
    American Machinist announces launch of Machine Tool Theater. Watch videos about machining and machining equipment. You'll see faster, more precise machines; cutting tools to process virtually any material; finishing technologies; automation systems; quality instruments and manufacturing software. You'll see how to reduce cycle times and increase productivity. Watch Videos Now




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