Saturday, October 25, 2014

Dalco's Newest Addition: Laser Cutting

Here at Dalco, we're always looking to innovate and grow to serve you better. And this month, we've introduced our newest addition: the Amada FLCAJ 4020 fiber laser.

We can now process sheets up to 78 x 157 and, in addition to cutting carbon steel up to 7/8”, we can cut aluminum and stainless, plus highly reflective materials like brass, copper and titanium. We want to meet your growing needs and lead times.

We invite you to come and see it for yourself. Just give us a call!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Senator Ron Johnson visits Dalco Metals

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson visited Dalco Metals last month.

He was there to observe the recent expansion of services that includes a new fiber laser.

He also spent time answering questions and listening to comments from the Dalco team.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Manufacturers Team Up with Teachers

It’s becoming a common and beneficial scenario: high school and technical educators are touring manufacturers in their area, learning more about the processes and potential for their students.

One example comes from Washington County, Wisconsin, where more than 100 teachers and administrators from three school districts toured Maysteel, Triton Trailers, Regal Ware and Signicast and others.

“We should be preparing students for the world of work, but how often do we get out into the real world of work?” said Daren Sievers, the superintendent of the Slinger School District. “We needed to take a day to get out and see how it functions today.”

You can read more about it from BizTimes Milwaukee here

Monday, October 13, 2014

National Manufacturing Day’s Winning Video

In recognition of National Manufacturing Day on October 4th, manufacturers had the opportunity to create an in-house video, and enter it into a nationwide competition. Dozens of companies entered their work, promoting the business and career opportunities of manufacturing in America.

Six Regional winners were chosen, based on content and creativity. And from those six, Wisconsin's own Waukesha Metal Products was voted best of them all.

Take a few minutes to see all of the winning videos here