Kaman Industrial Technologies re-launches website
Kaman Industrial Technologies, one of North America’s largest distributors of bearings, power transmission, and electrical and motion control products, recently launched its new Internet site, (www.kamandirect.com) with an enhanced search engine to provide faster and easier access to the industrial parts and components it sells.
Mitsubishi redevelops website
MC Machinery Systems also has re-launched its Internet site (www.mitsubishi-world.com) to provide easier navigation and to integrate its multiple product lines, including Wire EDM, Sinker EDM, Laser, Waterjet, Press Brake, High-Speed VMC, EDM Drill, and Consumable Products.
Star CNC launches new content on website
Star CNC Machine Tool Corp. (www.starcnc.com) said it reinforced its internet presence with a completely redesigned, userfriendly company website. The site now includes an enhanced product information request form, spec sheets and photographs of machines, a listing of trade shows at which the company plans to exhibit, and video clips depicting Star CNC machines in action, among other features.
TKF launches comprehensive website
TKF (www.TKF.com) has redesigned and re-launched its website to include new and, comprehensive information on its systems integration capabilities and conveying products.
The company said the site includes details and photographs on TKF’s vertical conveyors, its PosiGrip accumulation conveyor, overhead monorail, roller conveyor and more.
GlobalSpec PartFinder upgrades website
GlobalSpec (www.globalspec.com ) said it has upgraded its PartFinderSM Internet site (http://partnumbers.globalspec.com/) that allows engineers and other industrial professionals to search for parts and components using only part numbers.
GlobalSpec said its PartFinder search-bypart- numbers tool is free to GlobalSpec users, and links directly to any page on a distributor’s Web site, including a shopping cart, inventory pages, datasheets, CAD files or a distributor’s contact information page on GlobalSpec.
And distributors can easily update their
AIDA unveils website
AIDA (www.aidaamerica.com), a mechanical stamping press manufacturer, unveiled a new website that was designed to give stampers a comprehensive resource for metalforming. The company said the site features streamlined navigation to allow visitors to access and look at its diverse product line, and to help stampers understand how advanced press technology can solve difficult problems and increase the efficiency of pressroom operations.
Tooling U adds PLC courses and outreach
Tooling U (www.toolingu.com), a provider of online manufacturing training, has developed training classes to address programmable logic controllers (PLCs), as part of course offerings on electrical systems, motor controls, and mechanical systems for maintenance professionals.
Separately, Tooling U created a new Government and Education Group (GEG) as part of its Business Development Division to serve the growing needs of educational institutions, government entities, and industrial associations involved in workforce development, training and education in the manufacturing sector
Internet training site adds safety courses
Webnettraining (www.webnettraining.com) has increased its course offerings for on-line, OSHA compliant safety and health training programs.
The company now offers 38 courses in English and 18 courses in Spanish in safety and health training over the Internet, and it is planning to add six new courses later this year.
The courses are accessible 24 hours a day from nearly any Internet connection.