Partnership Between Boeing Portland and Haimer Intensifies

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This brings total OMIC R&D partners to 20 at its Scappoose, Oregon facility.


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The Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center Research and Development (OMIC R&D) continues to grow a strong membership base with the addition of Haimer. With a total now of 17 manufacturing industry partners and three Oregon public universities, the R&D facility continues to build a world-class operation to develop advanced metals manufacturing technologies.

Through this partnership, Boeing is intensifying its strategic partnership with Haimer by sponsoring a joint membership at OMIC R&D. The partnership between Boeing and Haimer reaches back more than ten years when Haimer’s Safe-Lock pullout protection system became a true game changer at Boeing. Since implementing Safe-Lock, they haven’t had a single tool pullout incident for their high value components—thus avoiding any sort of expensive scrap and machining failure. The partnership will be strategically strengthened by Haimer’s investment and support as a new member at OMIC R&D.



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