An $8.2-million investment in a Cambridge automotive component manufacturer is creating 19 jobs while boosting production and expanding its range of products.
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Fineblanking is a precision metal cold-forming and stamping process used by Precision Resource Canada in the production of a variety of components.
The vast majority of its parts are destined for the automotive sector, used in seating and powertrain assemblies and for other hardware purposes such as latches.
The fineblanking process allows for extreme precision in the parts, down to dimensions as fine as one-fifth of the width of a human hair.
“Our tolerance is incredible,” noted general manager Ron Hunt.