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Manufacturing News of Note: January 2018

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SST collaborates with SmalTec on micromachining EDMs, DMG MORI appoints a new president and other manufacturing news.

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Single Source Technologies (SST; Auburn Hills, Michigan), a global distributor of machine tool and consumable brands, has announced its collaboration with SmalTec International to bring the EM203 and GM703 micro-precision EDMs to SST’s West, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. Based in the Chicago area, SmalTec is a micromachine manufacturer known for high- and ultra-high-precision equipment and providing comprehensive, turnkey solutions.

“This complementary partnership signifies our commitment to offer a range of solutions specifically for extreme precision in micro-size components,” says Mark Logan, SST’s director of business development. “We recognize that many manufacturers consider micromachining to be difficult, if not impossible, to manufacture commercially. For that reason, we are pleased to bring technologies that deliver on accuracy and surface finish requirements to these customers through our partnership with SmalTec.” Read more.

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