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New Drilling System Launched
Applied Manufacturing Technologies Partners with OTTO Motors
The ASSEMBLY Show Now a 100percent Virtual Event
BIG KAISER Celebrates 30 Years
Redesigned Gear Making Technology and Multifunctional Machine Tool Platform
Metalcutting Tools for Diverse Applications
CI Partners with Multiax America for Turn-Key 3D Printing
Dallas Industries Delivers Feed Line to Kapco Metal Stamping
DMARK Partners with Additive Industries
EMAG Acquires Scherer Feinbau Expands Product Range
Fives Recognized by Fastmarkets Global Awards for Steel Excellence
FlexQube Insources Distribution and Assembly for North America
Sintavia Acquires Additional Arcam Q20 plus Printer
Glebar Customer Care Launched
Haas Multigrind Announces Office Move
Heller Machine Tools Partners with Dynamic Machine of Detroit
IMAGINiT Earns Autodesk CAM Specialization
Jergens Receives AS91002016 Rev D Single Site Certification
Kays Engineering Acquires TechniDrill Gundrilling Company
Skills Gap Drives Need for Revamped Curriculum at Community College
Mitutoyo America Corporation Expands Custom Solutions Offerings
WENZEL and Nikon Metrology Enter Distribution Partnership
Wisconsin-Based Sharpe Products Celebrates 30 Years
New Milestone in Honeywell and SLM Solutions Collaboration
Solar Manufacturing Builds First Vacuum Oil Quench Furnace
PADT Expands 3D Printing System Sales into Texas
Sumitomo Corporation of Americas Makes Strategic Investment in Sintavia
Tipton Technologies Now Open in Ohio
New VMC Toolroom and Training Partnership
Roll On Roll Off Thread Rolling System for CNC Applications
Acoustical Sheetmetal Expands in Virginia Beach Creating 200 New Jobs
Innovative Manufacturing Training Program Provides Second Chances
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The ASSEMBLY Show Now a 100% Virtual Event

The ASSEMBLY Show has announced that manufacturing suppliers, buyers and users of assembly equipment and technology are invited to a free webinar on October 1st. The webinar will provide a preview of the speakers, topics and new information attendees will find at The ASSEMBLY Show's virtual event in October. The ASSEMBLY Show will be a fully virtual event and is scheduled for October 27-28, 2020. To register for the virtual event, visit

On Thursday, October 1st, Arthur Byrne, Operating Partner for J.W. Childs Association, will discuss The Lean Turnaround: How Business Leaders Use Lean Principles to Create Value and Transform Their Company. "Whatever type of company, lean can be used to improve virtually every aspect of operations, from training and leading employees to accounting and payroll issues," said a spokesperson. To register for the webinar, go to

"Given the importance of health and safety for The ASSEMBLY Show community, we made the decision to transition the upcoming in-person event in Rosemont, IL, to a fully virtual event October 27-28, 2020," said Scott Wolters, Chief Events Officer, BNP Media, producers of the show. "We are pleased to offer our attendees an opportunity to have access to online insights from leading subject matter experts and the newest assembly manufacturing solutions from our world-class exhibitors."

"The 2020 ASSEMBLY Show will bring together thousands of industry professionals in a virtual format and will be full of opportunities for manufacturing engineers and managers to uncover new resources, evaluate the latest technologies and products and network with industry experts," said a spokesperson.

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