Doug Brannies has been a part of the machining industry for almost 20 years and holds a CMTSE designation from the Association for Manufacturing Technology.
For seven weeks between September and November, the company will visit 20 cities in 14 states with a selection of its optical 3D form and roughness measuring systems.
Desktop Metal hopes that by becoming a publicly listed company, it can accelerate its growth trajectory and capitalize on support for reshoring manufacturing and supply chain flexibility.
Chris Blaine will oversee sales activity for four Platinum Tooling rep groups across the Southeast and Midwest.
The partnership allows the supplier to better serve its customers in the region while equipping the workforce with advanced manufacturing skills.
Dynamic Machine is now Heller Machine Tools’ distributor for the regions of Michigan, Western Pennsylvania and Canada.
The new website currently houses more than 50 videos demonstrating abrasive waterjet technology, waterjet applications and materials capabilities.
The new Technical Center will support customers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia specializing in industries including oil and gas, agriculture, maritime, aerospace, mining, and forestry.
Services now include a range of sensor customization, inline inspection, and custom design and building of systems and components.
The move is said to be in response to recent growth fueled by retiring expert talent, aging legacy machines, and the acquisitions of Tridex Technology and Everite