Tag Archives: aerospace

Siemens’ Big Play Potential

Selected by Boeing for automation; SGRE signs large Russian contract In less than a week to start December, Siemens has inked deals with Boeing and Ruselprom. The company is living up to its reputation as a “major player in the industry” or “industry leader”…all the phrases we tend to see in press releases but that […]

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AM-to-PM-Wire

AML claims breakthrough in magnetics would enable hyper-efficient motors Superconductivity. It’s been heralded and heckled, billed as the next big thing but yet to break through. Well, now that the AM is through, it’s high noon for superconductors. With PM-Wire, Palo Alto-based magnetics company AML thinks it has discovered how to convey the technology to […]

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TransDigm Acquires Esterline

Aerospace, motors and generators companies to combine in $4B sale In a major business brief, aerospace and defense company TransDigm Group Incorporated (Cleveland, Oh.) and Esterline Technologies Corporation of Bellevue, Wash., announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which TransDigm will purchase all of the outstanding shares of common stock of […]

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Boeing in 3D

Aerospace company invests in Morf3D, an additive manufacturing company. Twice in two weeks, we’ve seen 3D printing pop up on our main news feeds. Indicator of which way the wind is blowing? Or just interesting new technology? While one was the culmination of a two-plus-year research initiative to create a fully 3D-printed electric motor, this […]

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AeroMobile

Mobile, Ala., facility to double in area and employees AeroStar, an electromechanical company that maintains aerospace and aviation components, plans to expand its Mobile, Ala., facility in both workforce and square footage. The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce reportedly released information on the planned expansion March 1. Plans call for a 16,875-square-foot building to be added […]

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Oh My Lord

LORD Corporation’s new company; cockpit controls LORD Corporation, a global diversified technology and manufacturing company, has announced a new brand for its portfolio of electromechanical products: LORD Electromechanical Solutions. As part of this new brand, LORD’s Fly-by-Wire Systems France (FbW) brand will transition to LORD Electromechanical Solutions the company announced in a press release Tuesday. LORD Electromechanical Solutions […]

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Flaps Down

Cessna chooses Ametek for new parts For its newest model, the Cessna Denali, Wichita-based private plane company Cessna (owned by Textron Aviation) has chosen Ametek‘s power and data systems to operate its new flap feature. This business unit includes actuators, AC & DC motors, generator control units, and starters—used for power distribution control, power generation, […]

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Rebuilding the Model

Industrial Electric proves the power of persistence and business adjustment In Utah, an electric motor repair and rebuild service provides an example of persistence, along with a willingness to adjust a business model, that can make it possible to elude the pitfalls plaguing many similar businesses in the industry today. At Industrial Electric, in Orangeville, […]

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