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Victor Victor launches student welding competition
Victor Technologies has announced its 2012 Innovation to Shape the World contest for students in welding and cutting programs at secondary and post-secondary schools. Three first- or second-year students will win $250 by submitting a 500-word essay supporting the contest theme, and members on three intermediate/advanced teams will each win $500 for completing a welding and cutting project.
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Win-door hotel registration open
The hotels below are holding blocks of rooms for exhibitors and visitors attending Win-door 2012. Please deal directly with the hotel of your choice and be sure to mention you are attending the Win-door show when making reservations. Call before October 11 to receive special show rates.
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Fenestration Manitoba launched Fenestration Manitoba launched
A yearlong effort to form a fenestration organization came to fruition in the spring of 2012. The new organization, which has been incorporated as Fenestration Manitoba, has roots that reach back a number of years. A core group including Brian Epp of PPG, Aurel Robin of Dominion Windows, Rob Johnstone of Accurate Dorwin and Brian Korchinski of Acrylon had been organizing an annual golf day and mini supplier showcase for quite a number of years.
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Window makers take home Energy Star awards
The federal Ministry of Natural Resources has announced the winners of the 2012 Energy Star Market Transformation Awards. These awards recognize leadership in promoting energy efficiency in Canada and are presented to utility providers, manufacturers, retailers, advocates and home builders who have shown leadership and commitment in manufacturing, marketing and promoting energy efficient products.
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Video Precision sheet metal bending with robots
The robots move slower but more precisely than a person. Once everything is set up properly, there is probably less waste and a fairly efficient process. The question is, how long does it take to set this up?
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