Ajax Metal Forming Solutions is exhibiting in booth 331 today, November 14, at the Design2Part trade show in Charlotte, North Carolina. Visit Ajax Vice President of Sales Don Wellman and Sales Engineer Jayson Marcott and take a look at the dozens of metal formed parts they have on hand in the Ajax exhibit.
If you’ve never seen a fiber laser cut metal, this is a good video to view. In this case, we were able to mount a GoPro Hero 8 onto the cutting head with a magnet. This new version of the GoPro has anti-shake and ultra hi-resolution video capture that gives you a fantastic look at how this thing moves across an aluminium sheet.
Ajax Metal Forming Sales Engineer Jayson Marcott and Vice President of Sales & Marketing Don Wellman met with medical product engineers from across America at the 2019 Medical Design & Manufacturing exposition on Wednesday the 23rd and Thursday the 24th at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Don and Jay brought dozens of the company’s metal formed parts to the show. Featured capabilities included tool design and build, precision forming, progressive stamping, and fiber optic laser cutting.
Don and Jay are both very excited about the new contacts the company made at this show.
“Medtech buyers are looking for the complete package of part quality, production efficiency, and super-attentive customer service,” Don said. “They only want to work with established companies that have an excellent track record. That’s right in our wheelhouse. This is a market segment that we serve very well.”
More than 5,000 medical product engineers, production managers, and other medtech professionals attended the two-day expo. Ajax was a Featured Exhibitor.
Look for Ajax at the Design-2-Part Show at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina on November 13 and 14, 2019. See you there!
Ajax Human Resources Manager Courtney Mickelson and Director of Operations Curt Jasper shown at the company’s continuous improvement board.
Ajax Metal Forming Director of Operations Curt Jasper was inducted into the Minnesota National Guard Court of Honor on October 6, 2019 at Camp Ripley in Little Falls, Minnesota. The Court of Honor recognizes service members who have distinguished themselves during their military service and within their communities.
Curt has achieved the rank of Command Sargent Major, the highest enlisted rank in the United States Army.
“The Court of Honor is an inspirational achievement for everyone in the Minnesota National Guard – young and old, enlisted or commissioned,” said Col. Brian Melton, Camp Ripley Garrison Commander. “The exceptional example of service each inductee embodies has motivated us all for several decades and will well into the future.”
“Curt continues to make invaluable contributions to our company and his community,” said Ajax President Kent Djubek. “Our colleagues here at Ajax join Curt’s friends and family in celebrating this great honor.”
Ajax Metal Forming Solutions Director of Operations Curt Jasper demonstrates a metal forming process to Minneapolis area high school students during MFG Day 2019 on the Ajax plant floor.
Ajax hosted 175 Twin Cities-area high school students on October 3 & 4 for Manufacturing Day. Students were treated to a meet & greet session that included presentations from several of Ajax’s metal forming pros. Wearing safety gear, students were taken on guided plant tours with demonstration stops at each machinery bay.
Ajax makes a huge effort each year on MFG Day to provide presentations and demonstrations to these youngsters because they and others like them represent our future manufacturing talent pool. Several of our current Ajax colleagues were introduced to us through this process, so we’ve become believers. Another fresh batch will visit us next year!
Created by the Manufacturers Association in 2012, Manufacturing Day has enjoyed support from many organizations aligned with its mission of positively changing the public perception of modern manufacturing. Ajax has been an active participant in this event since its inception.
A brand new 230-ton Cincinnati press brake is trucked in to Ajax Building #1
Installers are puttin’ in the OT to bring our shiny new 230-ton Cincinnati press brake online this week. This massive machine can produce super-consistent parts up to 14 feet in length. It cycles fast for max efficiency. Operators get a 3D view of the part throughout the entire bend sequence, which is very cool. Advanced touch-screen interface operation speeds-up the setup process.
Short version: Ajax customers will get consistent, close-tolerance forming, super-high part quality, and the lowest possible cost.
October 9 Update: We added a few pics from the completed installation: