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Setco Sales Company and GTI Spindle Technology Unite

Hebron, KY – Setco Sales Company (“Setco), a subsidiary of Holden Industries, Inc. (“Holden”), an employee-owned company, is proud and excited to announce the asset acquisition of GTI Spindle Technology, Inc. (“GTI”). Setco and GTI are the two largest U.S. spindle repair providers serving all OEM brands globally. Setco has nine (9) global locations, specializing […]

Come See Us at PMTS 2023!

Are you heading to PMTS 2023? We’ll be there and would love to see you. Here are a few great reasons to stop by our booth (#6055): See live demonstrations of GTI’s iPad powerful predictive maintenance platform – wireless vibration, wireless balancing, wireless condition monitoring Meet with GTI’s industry-leading experts to discuss spindle rebuilding, testing and QC […]

You’re Invited – Hardinge Open House

GTI is proud to be exhibiting at the Hardinge Open House on April 11th and 12th, 2023, in Elmira, NY, and we’d love to see you there. Hardinge will have machines and workholding products on display. Knowledgeable sales, applications, and engineering support staff will be on hand to answer your questions. You’ll also enjoy educational […]

Automation & Supplier Expo

Join Us!OCTOBER 13th and 14th, Noblesville, Indiana PARTNERING WITH PRECISION TOOLS SERVICE, INC. & SMC USA. HOT TOPIC TRAININGSBY THE INDUSTRY’S BEST! SMC USA’s New SMC Air Management System • Becoming Carbon Neutral Omron Industry 4.0 Technology • Traceability • IIOT • Safety Control and Integration Omron AMR Technologies and Solutions • Your NEW Mobile […]

Manufacturing Downtime in Automotive and Aerospace Industries

Timing is everything, and in manufacturing, this philosophical adage holds true. Where production schedules are directly affected by assembly stages, each piece of the production puzzle must work together. In a perfect world, the manufacturing process would be frictionless: machines would continuously operate at peak efficiency, and production deadlines would be met time and time […]

How IoT and Predictive Maintenance Expedite Spindle Repair

In manufacturing, there are two ways to approach downtime. The first is to determine what can be done to avoid production halts altogether. The second is to assess how you can manage downtime so that it has the smallest possible impact on operations. Where traditional maintenance strategies were reactive and machine diagnosis was subjective, technological […]

What Population Growth & Renewable Energy Mean for Construction Companies

As the world population continues to grow, so does the demand for new and accommodating infrastructure. Coupled with projected industry growth, construction companies and equipment manufacturers will need to ensure they can handle the influx of projects as younger generations enter the housing market and renewable energy segments become a major focus. Population Growth While […]

Automotive Industry Trends in 2018

A lot has changed in the century since Henry Ford introduced his revolutionary quadricycle and launched Ford Motor Company. While the once-novel Model T was produced on crude assembly lines, modern technological advancements have enabled mass production of today’s most futuristic vehicles. A true representation of shifting consumer preferences and production capabilities, the automotive industry […]

Spindle Repair in The Aerospace Industry

If one were to compare the aerospace industry of today to what it was in the early 1900’s, they would note that, aside from planes still having wings, the two are unrecognizable. Like most industries, the aerospace and defense sectors have experienced multiple revolutions as a result of technological advancements. Despite the introduction of transformative […]

IMTS – US Manufacturing News

President Obama, is talking about it:On NPR- “The Hottest Product In Manufacturing: Jobs” (click to listen to full report) “We’re going to have a lot of jobs in the service sector because we’re a mature economy. But America’s economy is always going to rely on outstanding manufacturing – where we make stuff, where we’re not […]