United Sensor has the ability to customize most of their product line to meet your needs. Whether you need specialized bending, drilling, and/or brazing United Sensor has the knowledge and experience needed. This knowledge and experience has allowed United Sensor to become a leader in providing product’s to the aircraft, automotive, gas turbine, and environmental testing industries.
United Sensor is a 50 year old company specializing in the manufacturing of stainless steel pressure and temperature sensing devices. United Sensor’s product line ranges from the basic to the complex. Examples of basic probes are Pitot Tubes, Kiel probes, and Boundary Layer probes while more complex probe models are customized pressure and temperature Rakes, 3 Dimensional probes, and Conical probes. Visit website.
Temco Tool is about to start an expansion project that will increase our manufacturing facility by approximately 16,000 square-feet and create 20-30 new jobs when fully utilized. The increased demand from our core customers as well as several new opportunities has spurred this expansion. We have simply run out of room in our current building, fortunately our piece of land allows room for an expansion to the existing plant. The plans and permitting phase is nearing completion, and we are hoping to have the building up and externally complete by fall. Our new space will allow us to produce parts in higher volume with shorter lead time, while supporting our current long term contracts without interruption. Read full article
Plastics have long been the leading edge in the realm of 3D printing, but metals are where the action is today, as modern industrial 3D printers develop high value components across manufacturing industries.
Concept Laser’s Mlab cusing unit can perform 3D printing operations with materials including steel, both 3-16 and 17-4 and marraging steel. The Mlab’s cusing R can perform with reactive metals such as titanium and aluminum. View the video and read the full article.
Doug Rose of Aero Gear in Windsor, CT supplies jet engines to Pratt & Whitney. Journal Inquirer of Connecticut sat down and interviewed Doug to learn more about how and why he started his business, his view on technology changes and the Connecticut business environment. The interview also reveals personal information about 61 year old Rose as well. It’s an interesting read: http://www.journalinquirer.com/living/conversation-with-doug-rose/article_bd9683de-6637-11e6-b395-2b4783b9fae3.html
Carr Tool of Londonderry, NH produces both high and low volume machined components and assemblies that meet the highest standards for quality control. Their unique approach to inspect directly from their customers’ files or models that are imported directly into their coordinate measuring machine guarantees accuracy to the model while reducing or eliminating the need for detailed blueprints. To learn more, visit www.carrtoolcoinc.com or call 603-669-0177.