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Thursday, August 25, 2016
Hanel Lean-Lift Model 2460-825
Our new Hanel Lean-Lift is slated for installation in our redesigned tool crib. The Hanel is another vertical storage system that will securely hold cutting tools, fixtures, consumables and safety supplies while freeing up more valuable floor space for production equipment.
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Ed Yaris has joined the company as our new Quality Manager. Ed comes to Lowell with extensive experience in Metrology, Management, and CMM Software development. He will oversee the Quality Management functions at Lowell. His experience includes leadership positions at National Security Technologies, Helmel Engineering Products, Renishaw and GE.Ed is a member in good standing of seven ASME/B89 standards committees including Coordinate Metrology, Uncertainty and he also chairs the Probes and Sensors committee. He is on the steering committee for the North American Coordinate Metrology Association (NACMA) made up of the standards committees and leading industry experts from the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Our new Keyence IM series image dimension measurement system is through validation and ready to roll. The Keyence instant measurement system creates consistent results independent of human vision, and can extract up to 99 data points simultaneously. The new Keyence will dramatically increase throughput in the quality lab.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
FOBA Laser Marker – UDI is on the way!
The FDA’s UDI directive will be fully implemented in 2016. To meet those demands, Lowell has invested in a FOBA M3000-P laser workstation. The FOBA is a 5-axes marker outfitted with a patented Intelligent Mark Positioning (IMP) high-speed camera system that “automatically detects work pieces and their positions and aligns the marking or engraving accordingly, ensuring precision and repeatability.” Be sure to work with Lowell engineers to ensure your devices will meet the UDI directive.
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Lowell, Inc. is pleased to announce that Edward Jaeck, has joined the company as their new Vice President of Operations. Edward comes to Lowell with extensive experience in Operations, Quality, Supplier Development and GD&T. He will oversee the Operations and Quality functions at Lowell. His experience includes leadership positions at Intel and most recently Medtronic where he was a Quality Core Team Member and Principal Design Assurance Engineer.
Edward holds a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and Masters degrees in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University and Engineering Management from the University of Colorado. In addition, he is a Six Sigma Black Belt and a Senior Certified Professional to the ASME GD&T standard.
“I am excited to join the team of industry experts here at Lowell. I’m looking forward to leveraging my experience from Medtronic in validation and data-based decision making to drive customer satisfaction. Lowell’s skill sets in Metrology, Automation and Machining are truly best in class.”
Rick Cullen, Senior Vice President at Lowell commented that “Edward’s extensive experience at Medtronic and Intel continues the impactful additions to the leadership group. His background in managing successful teams, process capability measurement, SPC tools and GD&T are just what Lowell needs to support our growth.”
Thursday, September 24, 2015
See us at NASS – Booth #1310
We’ll be attending NASS in Chicago, IL next month. Please stop in to say hello and to check out our new and improved booth. We’ll be showing our latest capabilities video there and we’ll have a limited supply of our 50th anniversary coffee mugs on hand. Be sure to bring your development ideas - Lenny Schaust our Medical Manufacturing Engineer and Jurell Baker our Swiss lead will be at the show to answer any and all questions.