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Hardinge, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of metal cutting lathes, grinding machines, machining centers, and tooling and accessories related to metal cutting machines. The company's metal cutting products include horizontal and vertical turning machines, manual lathes, vertical machining centers, grinding machines, and mills, as well as collets, chucks, and other workholding products. It serves aerospace, automotive, construction equipment, defense, energy, farm equipment, medical equipment, recreational equipment, telecommunications, and transportation industries, as well as small and medium-sized independent job shops in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, China, and Germany. Hardinge was founded in 1890. The company was formerly known Hardinge Brothers, Inc. and changed its name to Hardinge, Inc. in 1995. Hardinge is headquartered in Elmira, New York.


RBC Bearings Incorporated engages in the manufacture and marketing of precision plain, roller, and ball bearings primarily in the United States. The company operates in three segments: Plain Bearings, Roller Bearings, and Ball Bearings. The Plain Bearings segment produces plain bearings with self-lubricating and metal-to-metal designs, including rod-end bearings, spherical plain bearings, and journal bearings. Plain bearings are primarily used to rectify misalignments in various mechanical components, such as aircraft controls, helicopter rotors, and heavy mining and construction equipment. The Roller Bearings segment offers tapered roller bearings used in heavy truck axle applications; needle roller bearings for use in industrial applications and various military aircraft platforms; and needle bearing track rollers and cam followers, which are used in industrial market and as a primary component in articulated aircraft wings. The Ball Bearings segment manufactures high precision aerospace bearings for the defense industry; airframe control ball bearings that are plated to resist corrosion; thin section ball bearings for specialized machinery manufacturers; and industrial ball bearings. The company also produces precision ground ball bearing screws; and machine tool collets. RBC Bearings serves various industries, including construction and mining, oil and natural resource extraction, heavy truck, packaging, and semiconductor machinery, as well as aerospace and defense market. The company sells its products through direct sales force, as well as through a network of industrial and aerospace distributors. RBC Bearings is based in Oxford, Connecticut.


Kennametal, Inc. engages in the development manufacture, and distribution of tooling, engineered components, and advanced materials consumed in production processes. The company operates in three segments: Metalworking Solutions and Services, Advanced Materials Solutions, and J and L Industrial Supply. Metalworking Solutions and Services segment provides consumable metalcutting tools and tooling systems to manufacturing companies. This segment serves manufacturers of automobiles, trucks, aerospace components, farm equipment, oil and gas drilling and processing equipment, railroad, marine and power generation equipment, machinery, appliances, factory equipment, and metal components, as well as job shops and maintenance operations. Advanced Materials Solutions segment produces and sells cemented tungsten carbide products used in mining, highway construction, and engineered applications requiring wear and corrosion resistance, including circuit board drills, compacts, and other similar applications. This segment also manufactures and markets engineered components with a proprietary metal cladding technology, as well as sells metallurgical powders to manufacturers of cemented tungsten carbide products. In addition, it provides application-specific component design services and on-site application support services. J and L Industrial Supply segment provides metalworking consumables, related products, and related technical and supply chain-related productivity services to small- and medium-sized manufacturers in the United States and the United Kingdom. It markets products and services through annual mail-order catalogs and monthly sales flyers, telemarketing, the Internet, and field sales. This segment distributes various metalcutting tools, abrasives, drills, machine tool accessories, precision measuring tools, gages, hand tools, and other supplies used in metalcutting operations. The company was founded in 1938 and is headquartered in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.


Kaydon Corporation engages in the design and manufacture of bearing systems and components, as well as filters and filter housings. It offers various friction and motion control products, such as anti-friction bearings, split roller bearings, specialty balls, and retaining devices; velocity control products that include industrial shock absorbers, safety shock absorbers, velocity controls, gas springs, and rotary dampers; and various sealing products, including engine rings, sealing rings, and shaft seals; as well as provides power and data transmission products, which include slip-rings, slip-ring assemblies, video and data multiplexers, fiber optic rotary joints, and printed circuit boards. In addition, the company offers other products, such as filter elements and filtration systems, metal alloys, machine tool components, presses, dies, and benders. Kaydon's products are primarily used in medical, instrumentation, material handling, machine tool positioning, aerospace, defense, security, construction, electronic, marine, and other industrial applications. The company sells its products through its salespersons and representatives in North America, Europe, and Asia. Kaydon was founded in 1941 and is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


The Timken Company manufactures engineered bearings, alloy and specialty steel, and related components. Its product lines include anti-friction bearings and steel products. The company offers tapered roller bearings, precision cylindrical and ball bearings, spherical and cylindrical bearings, needle bearings. Its bearings are used in horse-drawn wagons, passenger cars, light and heavy trucks, trains, very small gear drives, wind energy machines, large gear drives, rolling mills, and other process industry and infrastructure development applications. The company also provides bearing reconditioning services for industrial and railroad customers. Its steel products include steels of low and intermediate alloy, vacuum-processed alloys, tool steel, and some carbon grades, which are available in various solid and tubular sections. Its steel products are used in various applications, including bearings, automotive transmissions, engine crankshafts, oil drilling, aerospace, and other similarly demanding applications. Timken also produces custom-made steel products. The company sells its products to anti-friction bearing companies, original equipment manufacturers, and industrial distributors, as well as serves the aircraft, automotive and truck, construction, forging, oil and gas drilling, and tooling industries worldwide. The Timken was founded in 1897 and is headquartered in Canton, Ohio.


CompX International, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of precision ball bearing slides, security products, and ergonomic computer support systems used in office furniture, computer-related, and other applications. It offers line of precision ball bearing slides, including an integrated slide lock, for use in office furniture, computer-related equipment, tool storage cabinets, imaging equipment, file cabinets, desk drawers, automated teller machines, refrigerators, and other applications. The company's security products include cabinet locks and other locking mechanisms, such as disc tumbler locking and pin tumbler locking mechanisms. CompX provides its security products to various industries, including institutional furniture, banking, industrial equipment, recreational vehicles, vending, and computer. The company's ergonomic computer support systems and accessories include articulating computer keyboard support arms, central processing unit storage devices, ergonomic wrist rest aids, mouse pad supports, and computer monitor support arms. In addition, CompX offers its engineering and design capabilities for the design and manufacture of products on a proprietary basis for its customers. It sells its products to original equipment manufacturers and distributors in North America. The company was incorporated in 1993 under the name National Cabinet Lock, Inc. and changed its name to CompX International, Inc. in 1996. CompX is based in Dallas, Texas. CompX International, Inc. is majority owned by CompX Group, Inc.


The Stanley Works produces tools and security products worldwide. It operates in three segments: Consumer Products, Industrial Tools, and Security Solutions. The Consumer Products segment offers hand and consumer mechanics tools, and storage units. Hand tools include measuring instruments, planes, hammers, blades, screwdrivers, saws, chisels, boring tools, masonry, and tile and drywall tools, as well as electronic stud sensors, alignment tools, and elevation measuring systems. Consumer mechanics tools consist of wrenches, sockets, and tool boxes. The Industrial Tools segment offers mechanics tools, pneumatic tools and fasteners, hydraulic tools and accessories, assembly tools and systems, and electronic measuring tools. Mechanics tools comprise wrenches, sockets, electronic diagnostic tools, and industrial storage and retrieval systems. Pneumatic tools and fasteners include nails and staples used for construction, furniture making, pallet manufacturing, and attaching wooden materials. Assembly tools and systems comprise electric and pneumatic assembly tools, including precision tools, controllers, and systems for tightening threaded fasteners principally used by vehicle manufacturers. Electronic measuring tools include laser and optical leveling and measuring devices used by contractors, surveyors, engineers, other professionals, and individuals. The Security Solutions segment provides access and security solutions for retailers, educational and healthcare institutions, government, financial institutions, and commercial and industrial customers. It offers automatic doors, door locking systems, hardware, and security access control systems. Its products include security integration systems, software, installation and maintenance services, and locking mechanisms. The company sells its products through home centers and mass merchant distribution channels. Stanley Works was founded by Frederick T. Stanley in 1843. The company is based in New Britain, Connecticut.


Milacron, Inc. supplies plastics-processing technologies and industrial fluids. It operates through three segments: Machinery Technologies, Mold Technologies, and Industrial Fluids. The Machinery Technologies segment provides plastics processors with injection molding machines, and extrusion and blow molding systems. This segment also sells specialty and peripheral equipment for plastics processing, as well as replacement parts for its machinery products. The Mold Technologies segment produces mold bases and components for injection molding; and distributes maintenance, repair, and operating supplies for plastics processors. The company provides its plastics technologies to various markets, including packaging, automotive, consumer goods, building materials, medical, housewares, and electronics. The Industrial Fluids segment manufactures and sells coolants, lubricants, corrosion inhibitors, and cleaning fluids used in metalworking. Milacron provides its industrial fluids to various markets, including automotive, industrial components and machinery, off-road equipment, appliances, aerospace, oil and primary metals, and consumer goods. The company sells its products through distributors, sales and service offices, direct sales force, independent agents, the Internet, and printed and electronic catalogs in North America, Europe, and Asia. Milacron was founded by Frederick A. Geier. The company was incorporated in 1884 as The Cincinnati Screw and Tap Company, and changed its name to The Cincinnati Milling Machine Company in 1889. Further, the name was changed to Cincinnati Milacron, Inc. and to Milacron, Inc. in 1998. Milacron is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.


NN, Inc. engages in the manufacture and supply of precision bearing components, consisting of balls, cylindrical rollers, tapered rollers, seals, and plastic and metal retainers for bearing manufacturers worldwide. It offers precision steel balls to manufacturers of anti-friction bearings; cylindrical rollers that are used in automotive gearbox applications, automotive wheel bearings, and industrial applications; precision bearing seals, which are used in automotive, industrial, agricultural, mining, and aerospace markets; and precision metal and plastic retainers for ball and roller bearings that are used in a range of industrial applications. The company also manufactures and sells various specialized plastic products, including automotive under-the-hood components, electronic instrument cases, and precision electronic connectors and lenses, as well as a range of other specialized parts. It supplies bearing component products primarily to bearing manufacturers for use in a range of industrial applications, including transportation, electrical, agricultural, construction, machinery, mining, and aerospace. NN was formed in 1980 and is based in Johnson City, Tennessee.


Flow International Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, installation, and service of ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) water pumps and UHP water management systems. Its UHP water pumps pressurize water from 40,000 pounds to approximately 100,000 pounds per square inch. These are integrated with water delivery systems so that water can be used to cut or clean material, or pressurize food. The company's products include waterjet cutting and cleaning systems, as well as the Fresher Under Pressure food processing technology. In addition, Flow International provides nonUHP automation and articulation systems, primarily to the automotive industry; and isostatic and flexform press systems, which produce and strengthen advanced materials for the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries. The company sells its products directly, as well as through distributors or agents to the customers worldwide. Flow International was founded in 1974 and is headquartered in Kent, Washington.