Scappoose, Oregon–The Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center Research and Development (OMIC R&D) recently welcomed Caron Engineering as its 26th member. From its Wells, Maine headquarters, Caron develops retrofit solutions for CNC machines to help optimize companies’ performance, productivity, and profitability. Caron Engineering serves a range of industries including aerospace and defense, oil and gas, medical, automotive, power generation, utility, heavy equipment, transportation, and appliances.
Craig Campbell, executive director of OMIC R&D said, “We’re very excited to have Caron Engineering join the OMIC R&D family. CNC Machining is a critical part of many of our members manufacturing processes. In addition, we utilize CNC machines in our research work. Caron provides a much-needed addition to our ‘in machine’ diagnostic capabilities. We look forward to working with Caron and exploring new R&D projects and collaborations made possible by their membership.”
Caron Engineering president Rob Caron said, “Caron Engineering‘s optimization products focus on improving and automating CNC machining processes. A partnership with OMIC R&D offers a unique platform for research and development to expand our product reach and potential while focusing on the overall mutual goal of providing advanced data-driven solutions for metal-cutting manufacturing challenges. We’re joining an impressive group of manufacturers who are already members and look forward to being part of this growing partnership organization.”