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Finding skilled workers is one of the biggest challenges manufacturers face today in southeastern Wisconsin. That’s why Versevo is thrilled to support Schools2Skills™, a workforce development program run by the Waukesha County Business Alliance. Schools2Skills sets up tours for middle and high school students to visit Waukesha County companies. Its mission is to expose them…

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Arrowhead Students

Imagine being a school student with a passion for engineering, and getting to solve real-world manufacturing problems. For a group of Arrowhead High school juniors and seniors, this isn’t just a dream. They were able to do so at Versevo. Anthony Christian, technical education teacher at Arrowhead High School in Hartland, WI, devised a college-level…

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Versevo CMM enhances mold quality

To help Versevo Inc. achieve its goal of first-shot success for dies, molds, patterns, core boxes and castings, the company recently invested in a MetraSCAN 750 optical CMM 3D portable handheld laser scanner from Creaform3D. This cutting-edge device enables us to verify and qualify the dimensions of our tooling, as well as cast and machined…

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If you want to play with the big boys, you’ve got to have the right tools. That’s why Versevo recently added a new, large dual pallet horizontal machining center to its facility in Hartland, WI USA. The state-of-the-art machine, an OKK HM1250S, enables Versevo to handle larger tooling and components than ever before. Its specifications…

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Wisconsin Rep. Cindi Duchow visits Versevo

Wisconsin Rep. Cindi Duchow got a tantalizing glimpse at the state of manufacturing in Wisconsin when she recently toured Versevo’s plant in Hartland, WI. During her 90-minute visit, she got to see how machine tools are built using methods that combine Old World craftsmanship with cutting edge technology. “She was very impressed with the level…

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Squander Production Time

86,400 precious gems, worth a small fortune. You wouldn’t just squander them or carelessly leave them laying around. You’d guard them with special care, because of their great value. What do they represent? 86,400 diamond seconds, 1,440 ruby minutes and 24 sapphire hours in a single day. For manufacturers, production time is worth far more…

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