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Gasbarre Products, Inc. Announces New Hires
Three Key Team Members Join Gasbarre Press Division
Gasbarre Products, Inc. (GPI) is pleased to announce the addition of three key members to its Press Division team: Lesley Kline, Business Development Manager; Larry Dixon, Automation & IoT Program Manager; and Matt Undercoffer, Customer Service Application Engineer – Electrical.
Michael Harrison Hired as Sales & Metallurgical Engineer
J. L. Becker, a Gasbarre Furnace Group Company, announces the hiring of Michael Harrison as a Sales and Metallurgical Engineer. Michael has an MBA from Walsh College and a BS in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan. He has over 10 years of thermal processing experience which includes metallurgical process engineering, quality management, and operations management. Michael will serve in an application engineering role, designing solutions to meet a wide range of customer needs. J. L. Becker is proud to announce him as an employee and fellow team member.
Gasbarre Press Group receives Association of American Railroads Certification
After a quality system audit performed in August 2015, Gasbarre Technologies has received its M-1003 Quality Assurance Program Certification from the Association of American Railroads (AAR). Good through August 2018, this certification applies specifically to the manufacture of tank car service equipment and the recondition/repair and qualification of tank car service equipment.
In early 2009, Gasbarre received its Tank Car Facility Registration. At that time, this registration was all that was required for us to manufacture rail car service and ancillary parts.
In 2014, the AAR began discussions and passed a new requirement that all facilities manufacturing service parts must become a certified facility. Service parts in the rail industry are established as any part that could cause a safety issue in the event of a failure or accident. The compliance of our system is audited by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).
The “key” elements of the system embody quality, traceability of all aspects involved in manufacturing of the parts, and safety.
This Certification was critical to Gasbarre Technologies’ focus to become a premier supplier of service parts to the Railroad Industry.
Gasbarre Press Group Exhibiting at 'The Battery Show'
Gasbarre Press Group will be exhibiting at The Battery Show Exhibition & Conference in Novi Michigan September 13-15, 2016. The Battery Show is a showcase of advanced battery technology for electric & hybrid vehicles, utility & renewable energy support, portable electronics, medical technology, military and telecommunications. Gasbarre Presses and Auxiliary Equipment have been sold to a wide range applications within this spectrum. Most recently our Servo Electric and Short-fill Hydraulic presses highlighted with our patented Fluidized Filler Shoe have been supplied for advanced batteries.
Recently added to our Press Group’s equipment technology is Hyundai-Wia KBN-135 CNC Boring Mill. This machine will take the place of one of our manual boring mills for improved accuracy and time efficiency. The table travel will increase our capabilities allowing for larger components being manufacturing and controlled in our facility.
Major Gauge & Tool Acquires Mitsubishi Wire EDM
Recently added to Major Gauge & Tool’s equipment technology is Mitsubishi’s MV-2400S Wire EDM. The machine is fully equipped with advanced and/or improved features such as automatic wire threading, improved machine accuracy with servo amplified linear shaft motors, faster machine speed allowing reduction in process times, easier operator interface allowing insertion of emergency type jobs versus having to wait for the current job to complete, and energy saving features that reduces overall running costs. The machine has been in operation since September 15.