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The Advantages of High Speed Stamping

Sometimes for one reason or another, manufacturers or assemblers find themselves in need of a large quantity of parts on an emergency deadline.  Maybe the original parts you ordered were defective, maybe they never showed up, maybe you were shipped the wrong thing – emergencies in the supply chain are an unfortunate eventuality if you’re […]


Vertical Integration and Single Source Stamping

You may have heard of the term “vertical integration”.  It’s often used in the context of discussion about big oil or the steel industry around the time of the industrial revolution.  It refers to the unified oversight or control of several separate processes involved in a particular business or industry.  It’s an interesting phenomenon that […]


How Experience Affects the Manufacture of Non-metallics

As a true custom manufacturer, we at New Process Fibre have a wealth of experience with the various processes involved in non-metallic component manufacture.  Part of this expertise includes the knowledge of how our manufacturing processes affect the different materials we work with, and how to correctly arrive at a given specification within the tolerances […]


Measuring our Standards of Service

The subject of standards of measurement is fascinating.  The standards of measure in the U.S. and elsewhere, for all different sorts of units, are various, and constantly changing.  Perhaps the most common to encounter is the two primary measurements of length: namely, feet or meters, which are the primary units of the systems commonly referred to […]


The Business of Spring-time Improvement

Spring is here, and if you think like we do here at New Process, then that means it’s finally time for many Americans to begin all of those lawn and garden projects that are forestalled in the winter.  Dusting off the garden tools, getting the hose out of the shed, and making sure their lawnmowers […]


A New Housing Boom Causes a New Power Tool Market to Buzz

The facts on the ground are hard to dispute, and in this case that’s a good thing: Fox News reports that US residential construction continues to rise after finishing off its best business year since the Housing Bubble collapse of 2008. In December alone, construction companies broke ground on approximately 954,000 houses and apartment units […]


Mylar and PTFE for Frontline Technology: Custom-Made for Aerospace/Defense

Throughout our 85 year history as a company, we’ve seen considerable experience in extruding, slitting, shearing, and stamping customized polymer components for some of the most sophisticated technologies the world has ever known.  More specifically, we’re talking about America’s aerospace/defense industry. With a team of experts including those with extensive background in aerospace military manufacturing, […]


Tufted Chairs Are Identified Among the Top Decorating Trends for 2013

The American furniture industry has taken some tough hits from foreign competitors in the past few years. Pitted against cheap overseas labor, and with the North American tannery industry essentially vanished, it’s taken some time for “Big Furniture” to catch its breath and calibrate its next step. Traditionally based throughout North Carolina and western Ohio, […]


Home Is Where the Ideal Kitchen Is

We’re happy as anybody that the U.S. housing market is surging back to life for the first time since late 2008. With residential construction finally up, and with prices in some housing markets finally rising again in value, many homeowners can now safely contemplate the day when they’ll actually be able to sell their homes […]


The 2013 Detroit Auto Show: American Auto Is Back in Demand

We’re sure you remember that iconic Clint Eastwood spot for Chrysler from last year’s Superbowl, the one where the great American actor predicted that “it was halftime in America” for the American automotive industry, and how it would come roaring back from the brink of where it stood just a few years back. Give a […]


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