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9/14/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

J.W. Winco Celebrates 40 Years in Manufacturing

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J.W. Winco, a supplier of machine tool components based in New Berlin, Wisconsin, has updated its image for its 40th anniversary.

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J.W. Winco, a supplier of machine components based in New Berlin, Wisconsin, has updated its image for its 40th anniversary. Just in time for IMTS 2018, the company is bringing a new trade show booth to the event, using it to display dozens of parts available for sale, including a variety of toggle clamps and linear slides. A product trainer will be present at the booth to provide demos and give presentations on the company’s products.

Here’s a schedule of demonstrations planned to take place at the booth:

Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. Telescopic slides capable of handling loads of 50 to 700 lbf per pair.
Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. New and featured products from the company’s continually expanding product range.
Wednesday, 10:00 a.m. Toggle clamps in “universal fit” versions, which accommodate both inch and metric mounting hole patterns.
Wednesday, 2:00 p.m.  New and featured products.
Thursday, 10:00 a.m. Multiple-joint hinges, both invisible and highly mobile, vandalism-proof and designed to save space, enabling a 180-degree opening angle.
Thursday, 2:00 p.m.  New and featured products.

 

While the company celebrates its anniversary, it is also rebranding as a Ganter company. The rebranding efforts will include a new logo and new website (jwwinco.com), from which it sells all of its varied machine tool components including clamping systems, handles, hinges and latches. The company will be rounding off its celebratory atmosphere with raffles and giveaways.

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