Cleveland, TN – voestalpine High Performance Metals Corp. today announced the opening of their newest Steel Store™ in Cleveland, Tennessee, thirty minutes north of Chattanooga on Interstate 75. The Steel Store™ specializes in providing Tool Steels for customers’ Tool, Die and Mold Making needs. The Steel Store aims to supply unparalleled service and fast deliveries. The new facility is strategically located to provide tool steel solutions and unmatched delivery service to the manufacturing communities located in the South Eastern United States.
This announcement and facility opening follows closely on the heels of the company’s announcement of the opening of their coatings facility in Tennessee in July which is co-located with the steel store and shows the company’s ongoing commitment to customer centric investments strategically located across the United States. According to Adam Steorn, Regional Manager Eastern United States, “our new facility is in line with our strategy to increase our local presence and service offering to our customers, in this very important manufacturing area. Steorn went on to say “With our local stock and coatings capabilities we offer the best of both worlds and ensure that our customer get most out of their investment as we aim to be Your One Stop Tool Steel Shop.”
In addition to the stocks of tool steels the Cleveland facility is equipped with state of the art Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) Arc coating systems technology. This location will feature Duplex coatings including CROSAL PLUS, TIGRAL and VARIANTIC, ideally suited for a variety of applications ranging from metalforming to die-casting, hot stamping and plastic injection molding.
The launch of the new facility represents a new era for voestalpine in the United States with an expansion to the south east to complement existing facilities across the United States.
Walnut, CA – voestalpine eifeler Coatings today announced the opening of their newest coatings facility in Walnut, California. The new facility is strategically located to provide state of the art Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) coatings solutions to the manufacturing communities in California and the Western United States.
This facility will be operated by EDRO Engineering a division of voestalpine and a leading supplier of custom mold bases, tool steels and non-ferrous alloys. According to Kris Welch, EDRO’s Vice-President, “our new facility is operated by a team of highly trained professionals and allows us to expand our value added services to existing customers and into new markets where PVD coatings can help improve the manufacturing process and functional part performance.”
The Walnut facility is equipped with state of the art Physical Vapour Deposition Arc and Sputtering coating systems technology. This location also features the addition of Diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings to the eifeler North America product portfolio, ideally suited for parts that require high sliding speeds, even without lubrication.
The launch of the new facility represents a new era for voestalpine eifeler Coatings in the United States with an expansion to the west coast to complement existing facilities in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Mexico and Canada.
Focused on concept to component services to accelerate application of Additive Manufacturing
voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Centers are pleased to announce our participation at North America’s
preeminent event for discovery, innovation, and networking in 3D manufacturing. voestalpine will be
showcasing its full suite of Additive Manufacturing technologies and expertise from in-house powder
development, engineering and production services through to wire for AM. The focus is on helping customers
identify the best applications and AM technologies to achieve their manufacturing goals.
“Not a day goes by when we do not hear or read about the transformational opportunities offered to
manufacturers by Additive Manufacturing. Our aim has always been to help our customers grow and to utilize
the latest advances in technology to achieve their growth goals. We hope that the show will help support this
goal and look forward seeing you in May” stated Martin Beaton, President voestalpine Additive Manufacturing
Centers & Vice-President Innovation & Value-Added, North America.
In the manufacturing community, there is no lack of information available about the transformational
opportunities offered to manufacturers by Additive Manufacturing. However, a challenge faced by many is
cutting through the hype and struggling to ask the right questions: How do I identify the good opportunities for
AM? Who to partner with? Where should I start? New part or existing parts? voestalpine’s differentiated
‘concept to component’ approach offers a one-stop-shop that can help customers answer these questions and
to deliver functional solutions that maximize the benefits of AM, please visit us at Booth #757 to learn more.