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SKF Solution Factory makes extended machine productivity accessible.

20 Machine Retrofit Market Heats Up Siemens retrofit manager details evolving climate for retrofit.

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24 Improve Responsiveness through Software Optmization Levereage CAD/CAM/CAE to improve responsiveness.

28 Profile: Revere Control Systems Birmingham, AL company builds controls for the 21st century.


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16 Special Focus Optimized Asset Performance, Localized . . . 16 Machine Retrofit Market Heats Up . . . . . . . . . . 20 Improve Responsiveness through Software Optmization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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The fastest way back to maximum productivity Whatever your spindle repair needs, SKF Machine Tool Services has the solution. SKF repairs all brands and types of high frequency, belt driven, high speed machining and machining center spindles. Complete in-house manufacturing capabilities allow SKF to manufacture any required replacement parts, providing products of highest quality within a reasonable time period. Since 1960, we have been providing spindle repairs and modifications with the highest degree of accuracy and quality. This is why so many manufacturers choose SKF to repair their spindles.

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MC Machinery Appoints New North American Sales Manager MC Machinery Systems Inc. announces Shane Herendeen has been promoted to North American Sales Manager for Fabrication. Responsibilities will include working directly with the regional managers and dealers across North America, working internally with product development, as well as marketing and sales to increase market share. Herendeen has served as National Sales Manager, Fabrication since 2010. “Shane has a vast knowledge of our equipment and the competitive landscape,” Bill Isaac, VP of Sales and Marketing said. “In addition to his experience in the field, Shane’s track record as a leader within our organization demonstrates that he’s ready for and will be a huge asset in this new role.” “I’ve been around this organization (MC Machinery) for my entire career,” Herendeen comments. “I enjoy the people, I know the product, and this is a great opportunity for me professionally. I welcome the challenges and rewards that come with a position of this magnitude.” For more information call (630) 616-5920 or visit www.mcmachinery.com

Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems Opens New Headquarters Atlas Copco Tools and Assembly Systems officially opened their new custom-built 120,000 sq.-ft. stateof-the-art headquarters in Oakland Technology Park, located 30 miles north of Detroit in Auburn Hills, MI, on June 29. The new facility will house approximately 225 employees from the former location on Dutton Road along with additional business units. The headquarters serves the motor vehicle, heavy industrial and general manufacturing industries, as well as the company’s growing aerospace business, and expects to add approximately 50 jobs over the course of 12 months. This new facility will be home to the SCA Schucker business unit, which is relocating from its current location in Novi, MI, and an application center that makes custom-engineered products based on individual customer needs. Administrative, technical and marketing staff also will relocate to the new facility. For more information visit www.atlascopco.us

Mitutoyo America Announces East Coast Solution Center Mitutoyo America Corporation announces the opening of a new M3 Solution Center in New England. Located in Marlborough, MA, this new 7,600-sqaure foot facility is conveniently located for customers to schedule appointments for product demonstrations, assistance with application challenges and metrology solutions, as well as product and educational training seminars. The newest M3 Solution Center is located at 753 Forest Street, Suite 110, Marlborough, MA 01752. “Our goal is to provide timely metrology solutions to our customers, in a region that is home to the aerospace, defense, medical, energy, automotive and plastics industries. The benefit of opening this new M3 Solution Center is the accessibility in offering experienced metrology specialists to our customers in order to provide up-to-date and knowledgeable metrology information for any situation they may encounter,” says Steve O’Loughlin, Northeast regional sales manager. For more information email info@mitutoyo.com or visit www.mitutoyo.com

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Swing over bed: 12" • Swing over gap: 17" Swing over cross slide: 7" Distance between centers: 36" Bed width: 7 1 ⁄4" • Spindle bore: 1 7 ⁄ 16" Spindle nose taper: MT#5 Spindle nose: D1-4 camlock Cross slide travel: 6 1 ⁄4" Compound travel: 3 1 ⁄4" $ 255 Tailstock barrel taper: MT#3 Tailstock barrel travel: 4" Tailstock barrel diameter: 1 9 ⁄ 16" $

• Range of speeds: 70, 200, 220, 270, 360, 600, 800, 1000, & 1400 RPM • Motor: 2 HP, single phase, 220V, 8.5A, 60 Hz, 1725 RPM • Height: 23" • Approx. shipping weight: 1020 lbs.

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Swing over bed: 13" Swing over gap: 18 3 ⁄4" Swing over saddle: 7 3 ⁄4" Distance between centers: 40" Bed width: 7 3 ⁄ 8" Spindle nose taper: MT#5 Spindle nose: D1-4 camlock Cross slide travel: 6 1 ⁄ 8" Compound travel: 2 7 ⁄ 8" Tailstock barrel taper: MT#3 Tailstock barrel travel: 3 3 ⁄ 8" $ 00

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• Range of speeds: 70, 115, 190, 300, 460, 755, 1255, & 2000 RPM • Motor: 2 HP, 220V, single-phase, 10A • Size: 71 1 ⁄ 2" L x 30" W x 53 1 ⁄ 2" H • Approx. shipping weight: 1555 lbs.

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Swing over bed: 14" • Motor: 5 HP at 3450 RPM, 2.5 HP at 1725 RPM, 220V, Swing over gap: 20.94" 3-phase • Width of bed: 9" Swing over cross slide: 8.66" • Approx. shipping Distance between centers: 40" weight: Spindle bore: 1.57" 2684 lbs. Spindle nose taper: MT#5 Spindle nose: D1-5 camlock Cross slide travel: 7" • Compound travel: 4" Tailstock barrel taper: MT#3 $ 355 Tailstock barrel travel: 43 ⁄ 8"" Spindle speeds: 16, 50–2570 RPM $ 00 shipping

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Swing over bed: 16" • Main Motor: 5 HP, 220V, 3-phase with inverter, Swing over gap: 22.95" Yasakawa frequency drive • Width of bed: 10.23" Swing over cross slide: 10.39" • Approx. shipping Distance between centers: 40" weight: Spindle bore: 2.06" 3694 lbs. Spindle nose taper: MT#6 Spindle nose: D1-6 camlock Cross slide travel: 8.2" • Compound travel: 5.1" Tailstock barrel taper: MT#4 $ Tailstock barrel travel: 6" 495 Speed range: 20–400, 400–2500 RPM $ 00 shipping

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• Motor: 2 HP, 110V/220V*, single-phase, • Drilling capacity: for cast 17.8A/8.6A, prewired to 220V iron–13⁄16"; for steel–1" • Spindle speed range: • Spindle taper: R-8 140–2436 RPM • Spindle travel: 4 11⁄16" • Swing: 15 1⁄2" • Max. distance spindle to table: 17 5⁄16" • Approx. shipping weight: • Collars calibrated: 0.001" 848 lbs. • T-Slots: 3 @ 2 1⁄2" on centers, 5⁄8" wide * Converting to 110V requires • Table size: 8 1⁄4" x 28 3⁄4" purchase of T25515 conversion kit. • Table travel (longitudinal): 19 11⁄16" 1 • Table travel (cross): 7 ⁄2" $ 179 00 G0705 WITH STAND ONLY $ $ 00

Swing over bed: 20" Swing over gap: 29" Swing over saddle: 12" Distance between centers: 60" Spindle bore: 3 1 ⁄ 8" Spindle nose taper: MT#7 Spindle nose: D1-8 camlock Cross slide travel: 12 3 ⁄4" Compound travel: 5" Tailstock barrel taper: MT#5 Tailstock barrel travel: 7" $

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Drawbar size: 7⁄16"–20 Face mill capacity: 31⁄8" End mill capacity: 11⁄4" Head tilt: 90° left & 45° right Quill diameter: 3" T-slots: 3 @ 31⁄8" on center, 1⁄2" wide • Overall dimensions: 491⁄2" W x 751⁄4" H x 341⁄2" D • Approx. shipping weight: 1102 lbs.

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Motor: 2 HP, 220V, 3-phase, 6.2A Swing: 20 1⁄4" Max. distance spindle to table: 18 1⁄8" Table size: 9 1⁄2" x 31 1⁄2" Table travel (X-, Y-Axis): 22", 7 1⁄2" Head travel (Z-Axis): 13 3⁄4" Spindle travel: 4 3⁄4" Spindle speeds: Variable, 75–2500 RPM Spindle taper: R-8 Head tilt: 45° left & right

• T-slots: 3 @ 31⁄8" on center, 1 ⁄2" wide • Overall size: 49 5⁄8" W x 61" H x 36 5⁄8" D • Base footprint: 17 3⁄4" W x 21 5⁄8" D • Approx. shipping weight: 732 lbs.

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Sandvik Coromant signs Partnership Agreement with Hanna Tools Sadvik and Hanna have entered into a partnership which aims to continue to develop and offer engineered solutions to the global automotive industry - mainly for machining aluminum and cast iron. Today, both companies are active in offering specific solutions for machining key component features. These solutions involve advanced engineered precision tools and require specific engineering competence. “The existing cooperation between Sandvik Coromant and Hanna Tools has led to new business opportunities, and with this partnership, we intend to further develop and strengthen the global business within the automotive segment,” says Klas Forsström, President of Sandvik Coromant. “The consolidation and expansion of this partnership with Sandvik Coromant, enables Hanna Tools to promote its brand and expertise at global levels,” stated Eduardo Hanna, CEO of Hanna Tools. He continues, “In addition, it allows us to access the newest technologies of research and development of new products.” For more information visit www.hannatools.net or www.sandvik.coromant.com

Houghton International Announces Senior Leadership Appointments Mike Shannon Appointed Chief Operating Officer Shannon, executive vice president of global operations at Houghton International and president of Houghton Asia Pacific, has been appointed to the additional and newly created role of chief operating officer (COO), responsible for all commercial and operational activities. Steve Taylor Appointed President, Global Metalworking Fluids Taylor, senior vice president of Houghton International and president of Houghton Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), has been appointed to the additional and newly created position of president, Global Metalworking Fluids (MWF). New responsibilities will include managing the business development, service, support and procedures across Houghton’s four regions. Jeewat Bijlani Appointed President, Americas Region and President, Global Strategic Businesses Bijlani, senior vice president of global marketing, business development and strategic planning at Houghton International, has been appointed to the additional role of president of Houghton Americas and the newly created position of president, Global Strategic Businesses. In these expanded roles, Bijlani will be responsible for managing the operations of the Americas region and the global oversight of Houghton’s steel, non-ferrous, metal finishing, offshore, and beverage containers business. For more information visit www.houghtonintl.com

RÖHM Opens New U.S. Manufacturing and Headquarters Facility RÖHM Products of America has opened a new 32,000-square-foot manufacturing and North American headquarters facility in Suwanee, Georgia. Three times larger than the company’s previous location, the facility allows RÖHM to manufacture in the United States. Unlike RÖHM’s former location in Lawrenceville, Georgia, the new facility has room to provide expanded in-house service on larger products, such as 4 meter-diameter chucks, with the aid of a 150-foot, 12.5-ton crane rail system. Another major component of the facility is a 25,000-square-foot, air-conditioned service center and warehouse that protects the company’s ground steel products from rust and corrosion. A demising wall runs across the warehouse, containing product inventory. Other facility features include a state-of-the-art showroom, demonstration area, office space and conference room, as well as a 30-seat training center. For more information visit www.rohm-products.com

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GF Machining Solutions Surpasses 100,000 Machine Installations In June, GF Machining Solutions secured a major company milestone when its tally of global machine installations reached 100,000. This number includes machines from the company’s comprehensive portfolio of milling, electrical discharge machining (EDM) and laser texturing product families. GF Machining Solutions has a far reaching legacy, including Mikron AG’s introduction of the first rounding up tool for fine wheels in 1910, Charmilles development of the world’s first industrial EDM in 1954 and Agie’s development of the AGIETRON A4 with a pneumatic servo drive for the Z-axis, also in 1954. With the introduction of over 900 machine types, the company’s long history encompasses a diverse list of industry accomplishments which include the first universal machining center, the first numerical control wire EDM machine and the first milling machine family with an automatic tool changer and fully enclosed work area, among others. For more information visit www.gfms.com/us

Glebar Company Relocates Headquarters to New Jersey After more than 60 years, and occupying three locations in Franklin Lakes, NJ, Glebar Company has consolidated its plants and office into a larger, state-of-the-art headquarters and manufacturing facility in nearby Ramsey, NJ. The move was prompted by significant domestic business growth and international expansion over the last two years, triggering a 68 percent increase in the company’s headcount. The larger facility accommodates all of the company’s employees and operations under one roof. “After six decades, rapid short term growth and plans for continued expansion, we simply outgrew our current facilities,” said Adam Cook, CEO, Glebar. “The new building’s open layout allows us to better streamline our processes, implement automation and lean manufacturing, control costs for both Glebar and our customers and reduce lead times. The facility also provides our employees with a great environment in which to work.” For more information visit www.glebar.com

Fronius USA Starts Manufacturing Solar Inverters in the United States. Fronius USA has recently invested over $1.5 million in the development and integration of a full manufacturing and testing facility in their Portage, Indiana, 400,000 square foot headquarters. Fronius is known worldwide for its quality power electronics, including welding technology and solar inverters. The company has hired over 30 people to staff the production line. The manufacturing line produces and tests over 200 solar inverters per day. The Primo is part of the unique Fronius SnapINverter line, which includes innovations in easy mounting, high design flexibility and outstanding communication capabilities. The available power classes for the Primo stretch from 3.8 to 8.2 kW, to serve typical residential solar installations. This new production line is the first step towards more US manufacturing to come. Fronius USA plans to manufacture further products in Portage, Indiana, to better serve the high domestic demand. “As a family owned company, we are thinking long-term and are dedicated to showing our commitment to the US for generations to come,” says Thomas Enzendorfer, Director Solar Energy at Fronius. For more information visit www.froniususa.com

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Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces New Board The Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) today announced its 2015—2016 board. Elected by AMUG members during the annual business meeting held at the 2015 AMUG Conference in Jacksonville, Florida, the board’s primary responsibility will be to oversee the April 2016 conference. In a vote of confidence, the members re-elected the outgoing board for a second term. The board members are: · President: Mark Barfoot, Hyphen · Past President: Bret Bordner, formerly 3D Systems · Vice President: Steve Deak, GE Aviation · Vice President: Dana Foster, rp+m · Secretary: Kim Killoran, Stratasys · Event Manager: Thomas Sorovetz, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Immediately after the elections, the following individuals were appointed to the board: · Treasurer: Vince Anewenter, Milwaukee School of Engineering · AM Industry Advisor: Todd Grimm, T. A. Grimm & Associates The incoming board also named the AMUG global ambassadors: · Ambassador: Graham Tromans, GP Tromans Associates · Ambassador: Stefan Ritt, SLM Solutions · Ambassador: Nora Cibula, Concept Laser The new board’s responsibilities will involve building the program for the 2016 conference, soliciting support from businesses in the AM industry, and overseeing the event’s day-to-day activities. For more information visit www.am-ug.com

DE-STA-CO Celebrates 100 Years DE-STA-CO is marking its centennial this year with celebrations at trade shows, a new microsite and a retrospective video that showcases the company’s growth as a global player in workholding and automation. DE-STA-CO’s 100-year history includes many milestones that we are going to recognize online and at industry events,” says Darren Greene, director, global marketing and business intelligence for DE-STA-CO. “But that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped innovating. In 2015, we’ll continue to develop new products and create individualized solutions for our customers’ unique manufacturing needs. This company has evolved from a single shop to a worldwide leader, and it will continue to adapt to industry changes.” While DE-STA-CO still manufactures its groundbreaking manual toggle clamps, its product line now also features robotic end effectors, power clamps and other automation tools. The DE-STA-CO family of brands includes Robohand gripping solutions, CAMCO indexers and Central Research Laboratories (CRL) remote handling equipment. For more information visit www.destaco100.com

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ince the first SKF Solution Factory was established in Shanghai, almost 30 of these unique facilities have been opened around the world – including four in North America (Houston, TX; Cleveland, OH; Toronto, Canada; and Birmingham, AL). The objective from the start has been to make the full global resources of SKF highly accessible to customers regardless of their geographical location. More than simply a virtual resource, SKF Solution Factory is a community of real facilities, each staffed by experts in a wide range of disciplines and supported by state-of-theart workshops equipped to design, build, and deliver real solutions. Every “local” SKF Solution Factory ultimately serves as a gateway to SKF expertise, services, and technologies on a global scale.

A World of Expertise “Through the SKF Solution Factory, you can access our world of industry-leading expertise in bearings, seals, lubrication, mechatronics, and a wide range of services,” notes Ed Zitney, manager of the SKF Solution Factory-Cleveland since its opening in 2012. “We offer the knowledge and experience to collaborate successfully with customers across industries and ultimately address all critical aspects of machinery throughout the life cycle.” Every SKF Solution Factory offers expertise especially relevant for particular industries where they are located. Each additionally serves as a readily available point-of-access to the entire portfolio of SKF knowledge, technologies, and services. These include project management and engineering consulting, bearing application support, customized machined sealing solutions, mechanical equipment services, lubrication management,

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remote diagnostics and monitoring, and customer training courses and seminars, among others. As an example, the SKF Solution FactoryCleveland particularly focuses on machine productivity solutions involving repair, remanufacture, and/or upgrades of machine tool spindles. The resources can be engaged by operations anywhere in the country. Comprehensive in-house spindle-related capabilities include advanced spindle analysis and testing, engineering, precision grinding, machining, parts repair and manufacture, motor design and manufacture, custom modifications, balancing and vibration analysis of complete assemblies, and spindle component balancing. Specialists at the facility can remanufacture the widest range of spindle types, whether belt-driven, coupled-driven, gear-driven, directdrive, or standard or high frequency motorized versions. Spindle upgrades – whether relatively simple or complex – can be performed to boost spindle performance, speed, and/or versatility, whether involving improved bearings, enhanced sealing systems, or shaft and housing redesigns or modifications, among many other options. Spindles also can be customized to meet particular application demands and repair requests can be made on-line for quick response and turnaround. All spindle repair, rebuild, and upgrade services are executed by teams of extensively trained, experienced, and highly skilled engineers and technicians in the fully outfitted, state-of-theart machine shop at the SKF Solution FactoryCleveland. The objective: return machine tools to ideal levels of productivity and efficiency. Customers have learned firsthand that the


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fastest way back to productivity when a machine tool spindle fails is to enlist the expertise of skilled technicians with in-depth knowledge to perform optimized repairs and rebuilds. “A customer’s plant recently was frustrated because one of its critical spindles was failing every few weeks,” Zitney recalls. “Just before the spindle’s repeated failures, chatter could be heard and ingress of coolant was noticed. Our attention, based on experience, appropriately turned both to the spindle’s bearings and seals as potentially problematic.” According to Zitney, SKF investigation revealed that standard bearings originally used in the spindle’s design were inappropriate and that at least one seal in front of the spindle was virtually useless. “So we installed four pairs of properly specified angular contact ball bearings, integrated new seals, and completely reworked most of the spindle’s components,” Zitney says. “As a result, the spindle performed without incident for more than 16 months instead of failing constantly every several weeks and significantly disrupting operations and productivity.” In another customer case, relatively expensive repairs appeared necessary to correct damage to a spindle shaft. “Historically,” Zitney notes, “damaged shafts cannot easily be repaired and usually must be replaced entirely.” Attention turned to what was causing damage to the shaft. SKF engineers found that the shaft’s integral collet-like end was causing the shaft-performance headaches. They recommended that an all-new nose design be developed and integrated. “We replaced the existing collet-type end with a manual HSK type that can accommodate several shaft sizes and can be easily repaired if necessary. This fix improved accuracy and lessened the chances for requiring a replacement of the entire shaft,” Zitney confirmed.

Best Practices All work at every SKF Solution Factory for a given project is performed according to SKF standardized organizational processes to reinforce that best practices are replicated at each facility. In general, the problem-solving process typically follows a successive series of logical steps.

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the manufacture of these control packages.” Siemens currently has 17 Retrofit Solution Partners under contract in the U.S. These companies have undergone a meticulous process of evaluation by the manufacturer, who provides the equipment for installation, then backs it with a full warranty. These partner firms for the Machine Tool Business at Siemens must have a demonstrated ability to work on CNC, PLC, servo motor, digital drive and all accompanying peripheral products, plus have a proficiency in the development of software packages related to PLC and CNC applications. Every Solution Partner commits to a battery of training sessions and is required to keep at least two Siemens-trained engineers on staff at all times, according to Curfiss. The Solution Partners are not geographic specific, as some have proven expertise in the field, working on particular types or brands of machine tools. The selection process for the appropriate partner takes many factors into consideration,


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their old iron is just impossible to keep running, even with a retrofit, but we’re able to make the old equipment run better than it did when it was new, quite often.” He notes this achievement is the result of faster control processors, improved motor and drive technology, even more accurate and responsive encoders and other machine status sensing devices. On a practical note, Curfiss also remarks, “You cannot, however, fix a broken leg with a bandage, so the machine evaluation needs to be very comprehensive.” In the end, Tom Curfiss suggests, both the large production department and the job shop alike need to have regular assessments done on their prototype and production machine tools to determine if a retrofit might be in order. “The savings can be substantial, compared to new machines, because it’s not just a matter of the dollars saved at the outset, it’s also the long-term production improvements that inevitably lead to even greater profit for the job shop or OEM.” For more information about Siemens CNC solutions for the machine tool industry, visit our website: www.usa.siemens.com/cnc. Join the user community by following us on Facebook: www. facebook.com/SiemensCNC and talking to us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/siemens_cnc_us.


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• A design reference database allows designers to use highly modular 3D models that combine to represent the complete product family by mapping input variables to the various sub-models, their attributes, and their location, position and orientation within the completed product. • Testing applications provide the tools for designers to easily exercise and verify product family models before releasing them for use in the automated generation process. • Employees at every level of a company’s value chain can respond quicker to change within several areas, including: determining requirements, developing a concept, building a prototype, creating a design, engineering and procuring the product, manufacturing, assembly and finally, distribution. • Product data management tools provide the means to manage product structures, relationships between products and related documents as they change at any stage of the product lifecycle. • Enterprise content management supports the capturing, sharing, managing, tracking, and storing of documents, tasks, and product information in a central data repository while enabling the use of role-driven retrieval. Easy reuse of information fosters standardization across the enterprise. This also allows manufacturers to more easily capture decisions for future reference, while adhering to regulatory and compliance requirements. • Scenario planning tools allow companies to better understand the impact possible product changes may have on cost, inventory, production schedules, cycle time and quality before approving changes. While this landscape is changing quickly and buzzwords abound, there are a number of tools available that will allow your company to better design, develop and manage your product portfolio while taking full advantage of previous investments in CAD/CAM/CAE capabilities. By developing and prioritizing a complete set of product support requirements, manufacturers will be able to make cost effective decisions while building a more responsive and efficient manufacturing enterprise. As global competition intensifies, select investments will allow your company to remain relevant and profitable.


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distinct booming roar which kept the operation in the campus’s most remote corner. Walking the floor of Revere feels more like a laboratory than a factory. Every inch of the facility is immaculately clean. Work pieces range in size from explosion-proof pressure vessels the size of a large throw pillow, to looming steel cabinets studded with knobs, buttons and screens. Bruce asserts that they are able to offer anything from basic assembly services, to turn-key solution design, and every step is completed in-house. Revere is able to meet the needs of mining operations, gas processing facilities, water treatment plants, metal casting foundries, and food and beverage handlers among others. Keeping that much knowledge and expertise under one roof offers its own challenges. To combat the increasing scarcity of skilled labor, Revere instituted a co-op program to bring college students into the facility. Most recruits come from Auburn University, with some attending the University of Alabama Birmingham and others Mississippi State. After three successful years, the first co-op students are entering the workforce, and two are joining the Revere team full time. Koppenhoefer has been thrilled by the results of the cooperative program. The quality of the new hires and of the students in general has been outstanding. Revere will likely need all the new employees is can get. As the manufacturing industry and municipal agencies recover from the recession of the mid-2000’s, deferred maintenance programs designed to keep companies and governments solvent are expiring rapidly. Revere’s long track record of lending new life to old equipment through advanced control systems and CNC integration means they are poised to cash in on the need to migrate legacy systems into the 21st century. “Employees talk about Revere like a big family,” says Bruce, “we help each other out outside work, and we keep things casual.” For Revere, strong company culture, dedicated employees, and a broad skillset equal a recipe for long term success. For more information visit www.reverecontrol.com


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0.88

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3.52

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60

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4000

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6.72

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1.50

0.88

0.75

3.52

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4 11/32

60

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1

1.50

0.88

0.75

3.52

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4 3/16

100

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5000

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1.50

0.88

0.75

3.52

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4 3/16

100

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7000

23421LC

6.52

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1 1/2

2.31

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4 3/16

100

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23617LC

23418LC

23518LC

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104" X 3/4" AKYAPAK Hydr. 4 Roll Plate Bending Roll, #AHS16/20, PLC Touch Screen, Hydr. Drop End, 20 HP, 2004

42" BLANCHARD Hi Power Rotary Surface Grinder, #22HD42, 22" Vert., Dresser, Coolant, 75 HP, 1974

138 Ton AMADA CNC Press Brake #FBD1253NT, Upacting, Hydr. Amada AMNCB 7 Axis CNC, 118" O.A., 106" B.H., 5.9" Stk., 15 HP, 1999

DAEWOO CNC Horizontal Machining Center, #ACE-H100, (2) 40" x 40" Pallets, 78.7" X, 49.7" Y, 49.7" Z, #50 TPR, Fanuc 15M CNC, 60 ATC, 25 HP, 1995

10' X 7/8" BERTSCH Hydr. 4 Roll Plate Bending Roll, #87-10, 16" Top & Bottom Roll, 0-14 FPM, Hydr. Drop End, 30 HP, 1994

100 Ton PACIFIC Hydr. Press Brake #J100-12-I, 144" O.A., 126" B.H., 3 Speed, 30 HP, 2000

10" x 10" AMADA #HA250W Automatic Horiz. Band Saw, 1-1/4" Blade, Hydr. Vises, Chip Auger, 5 HP, 1993

#VF5 HAAS CNC Vertical Machining Center, 50"X, 26"Y, 25"Z, Cat.40, 7500 RPM, Geared Hd., Rigid Tap, 20 ATC, 20 HP, 2000

12' X 1" ACCURSHEAR #8100012, Hydr., 48" B.G., Sq. Arm, 4 Fr. Arms, Extra Blades, 75 HP, 1989

5.1" TOSHIBA Tbl. Type Horiz. Boring Mill #BFT-13W2, 48" x 98" Tbl., 98" Cr., 71" Vert. #50 Tpr, P.D.B., D.R.O., Way Bed, Pendant, 1975

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8' X 19" OOYA Radial Drill #RE3-2500, #5 MT, 2150 RPM, Coolant, Box Tbl., 15 HP, 1976

OKUMA #MX-45VAE CNC Vertical Machining Center, 30"X, 18"Y, 17.7"Z, 7K RPM, OSP700M CNC, 20 ATC, 2000

#2V18-18 GARDNER Vert. Double Disc Grinder, 18" Dia. Wheels, Dresser, Coolant/Filtr., 10 HP Heads, 1979, Excellent

14" X 40" KELLENBERGER CNC Univ. Cylindrical Grinder #UR175/1000 Kelvaria, Kelco 90 CNC, B Axis, Internal Attach., Gauging, 1998

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