EWAG

AcronymDefinition
EWAGEast Wellington Advisory Group (now East Wellington Community Services; Canada)
EWAGEssex Writers' and Artists' Guild (UK)
EWAGEducated Wild Ass Guess
EWAGExtremely Wild Ass Guess
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EWAG's new Compact Line features the ability to grind carbide, PCD, CBN, cermet, and ceramic on one machine.
operations of Ewag. Ewag had been bought by Schleifring in 2000 and 18 months ago moved from Rhode Island to the Miamisburg, Ohio, headquarters of Schleifring's American outlet United Grinding Technologies, Inc.
It was two years after Korber Schleifring bought Ewag that Ewag's U.S.
Upon joining the Schliefring, which also includes producer brands Studer, Blohm,Jung, Magerle, and Schaudt Mikrosa BWF, the Ewag operation retained its staff including its U.S.
subsidiary of the Schliefring, has announced that it will acquire the Rhode-Island-based Ewag USA and merge its operations into UGT.
and Ewag Corp.), France (Multirec), Schleifring Brazil, and StuderTEC Japan, plus offices in Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore.
Kingstown, R.I.), Ewag employs more than 170 people.
Ewag's machines are mostly dedicated to grinding small tools--a good fit within Schleifring.
Mario DeMichele, process engineer for cutting tools, details the role of Ewag machines in the cutting tool area: a cell of three 4-axis Easygrinds, manned by a single operator; a 6-axis Ewamatic grinding "center" which combines EDG (electrical discharge grinding or spark erosion) with grinding in a single machine and single setup; and a number of manual RS 15s and RS 12s.
We felt strongly that Ewag was addressing the needs of our industry--not just our immediate and future needs--and they were doing it far better than anyone else."
Frankly, that's one of the reasons we've invested in Ewags (United Grinding Technologies; Miamisburg, OH)."
Mario DeMichele, process engineer for cutting tools, says there are a number of Ewags in the cutting tool area: a cell of three 4-axis Easygrinds, manned by a single operator, a 6-axis Ewamatic grinding "center" which combines EDG (electrical discharge grinding or spark erosion) with grinding in a single machine and single setup and a number of manuals.