Production Machining

NOV 2018

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Haas utomation Installs its 200,000th Machine Haas utomation Inc. installed the 200,000th Haas CNC machine. It as 30 years ago that a little upstart machine tool company from Southern California introduced its first vertical machining center. The Haas VF-1—knon as the Very First One—became the industry benchmark for affordable CNC technology, according to the company. The company's 200,000th machine—a UMC-750SS—rolled off the production line and as installed at Vineburg Machin- ing Inc., in Carson City, Nevada. :: Haas utomation Inc. 800-331-6746, :: MicroCare chieves Ne Certification MicroCare Corp. has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification. This accomplish- ment indicates that MicroCare products are developed, engineered, manufactured and delivered using the latest and most ad- vanced quality management processes. The old standard, ISO 9001:2008, has been rendered obsolete by the ne standard and is being discontinued. Senior Chemical nalyst and MicroCare ISO 9001:2015 Project Lead ells Cun- ningham, says, "Meeting the stringent ISO 9001 requirements has helped MicroCare consistently improve our quality and bet- ter meet both customer and regulatory requirements." :: MicroCare Corp. 860-827-0626, :: Necedah Scre Machine Products Introduces Ne Name and Brand Necedah Scre Machine Products has launched a ne name and brand identity, Mitotec Precision, as ell as a ne tagline, "People Poering Precision." Mitotec President John Belmonte says, "Our ne brand identity better represents hat e're all about—the poer of our people. Nothing is changing in regards to onership or the principles e've built our business on; this change is simply repre- sentative of our goal to become a signifi- cant player in the industry hile maintain- ing our roots." The Mitotec name is a hybrid of several ords and ideas that come together to form a unique and memorable moniker. The ne name begins ith the prefix "mito," meaning "threadlike" or precise. The pronunciation of "mito" also brings about connotations of strength. The second half of the name is a nod to the technical apti- tude of the Mitotec team. :: Mitotec Precision 608-565-2206, NES 12 PRODUCTION MCHINING :: NOVEMBER 2018

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