Industry Round-up, October 4, 2019


AVweb’s weekly news roundup uncovered reports on a new position for former Flying magazine editor-in-chief Stephen Pope, a trip to the SAFE Symposium for an engineered woven fabrics company, a line of resistance welding supplies and a company offering precision displacement sensors and systems. Former Flying magazine editor-in-chief Stephen Pope has accepted a position with new and used Diamond Aircraft distributor LifeStyle Aviation. Pope has joined the company’s sales and marketing team as sales manager for the Northeast U.S. region. He left Flying in August.

Bally Ribbon Mills (BRM), a company that offers specialized engineered woven fabrics, will be displaying its products at the 2019 SAFE Symposium in Reno, Nevada, Oct. 14-16. The company will be showcasing a selection of its high-performance webbings intended for uses including military, aerospace, fire, law enforcement, industrial and commercial fall protection.

Welding supply manufacturer Amada Miyachi America is offering local product and sales support for the DC1013-T and DC613-T series of linear DC resistance spot welding power supplies manufactured by sister-company MacGregor. The units are typically used in aerospace, medical and electronic assembly applications. Finally, Kaman Precision Products has announced the availability of its Extreme Environment high-precision displacement sensors and systems line. According to the company, the sensors and systems are “ideal for rocket and turbine engine validation testing” and work in operating temperatures from -320°F to +1000°F.

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