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Re:Build Manufacturing Continues to Expand their Advanced Materials Group with the Acquisition of Wonder Machine Services, Inc.
Framingham, MA — Monday June, 7th, 2021 — Re:Build Manufacturing is pleased to announce the acquisition of Wonder Machine Services Inc., located in Avon, OH. Wonder Machine will be a cornerstone of Re:Build’s continued expansion in aerospace, defense, high-performance industrial, and consumer product market segments.
Founded in 1976, Wonder Machine is the most recent addition to Re:Build Manufacturing’s Advanced Material Group. Over the last 45 years, Wonder Machine has built significant process knowledge and capacity to produce high-tolerance machine components in a dedicated, AS9100 accredited facility. Wonder Machine specializes in precision CNC machining, CNC milling, turning, and prototyping, with a particular knowledge base developed around ultra-high-tolerance components for mission critical applications, and supporting multi-year, volume production programs. Wonder Machine will operate as a part of Re:Build CDI, a diversified manufacturer of metallic and composite components and assemblies, also located in Avon, OH.
The 2021 Colorado Manufacturing Awards recognizes outstanding companies and people shaping American manufacturing, in a region emerging as a model for a new, dynamic sector.
Denver, Colorado — Winners were announced last week in the sixth annual Colorado Manufacturing Awards at a virtual event co-hosted by CompanyWeek and Manufacturer's Edge Colorado's NIST-sponsored Manufacturing Extension Partner. Sen. John Hickenlooper (D-CO) and Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO) shared video messages with the winners during the ceremony.
With 14 categories and more than 40 finalists, this year's CMAs were the biggest yet. CompanyWeek Publisher Bart Taylor also noted the participation of nearly 25 judges, many of them previous CMA finalists and winners. "The thoughtfulness of the deliberations was impressive," he said of the judging process. "As they are every year, the judges were a highlight."
Winners hailed from across the state, even as Arvada and Boulder County cemented their statuses as regional enclaves of manufacturing success and diversity. Special Aerospace Services (Boulder/Arvada) was awarded Aerospace Manufacturer of the Year, while Sundyne (Arvada) earned honors as the 2021 Industrial/Equipment Manufacturer of the Year.
Framingham, MA — Tuesday May, 4th, 2021 — Re:Build Manufacturing is pleased to announce the acquisition of Cutting Dynamics, Inc. (Avon, OH), significantly expanding Re:Build’s product and service offering as part of the Re:Build Advanced Materials Group.
Cutting Dynamics Inc. (CDI) is an AS9100 certified manufacturing business that brings over 35 years of experience in design, engineering and production of metallic and thermoplastic composite structures and assemblies, with a strong emphasis on the aerospace, defense and industrial markets; CDI’s capabilities are a strong complement to the other Re:Build Advanced Materials Group product and service offerings, which already include high-rate thermoplastic composite components (https://www.oribicomposites.com/) and advanced thermoset structures and assemblies (http://composite-resources.com/). The convergence of these brands brings a unique mix of product and service offerings in fabricated structures together with a highly customer-centric culture and organization.