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Cincinnati Milacron Inc. is engaged in the design, manufacture, and sale of process equipment and systems for industry, along with the supplies and accessories sold for use in those systems. Formed as Cincinnati Screw and Tap Company in 1884, the company originally sold screws, taps, and dies. The portion of the company devoted to milling machines was purchased in 1889 and named the Cincinnati Milling Machine Co.
In 1970 the Cincinnati Milling Machine Co. was renamed Cincinnati Milacron. By 1983 the company had eleven plants in the United States and eight overseas, employing some 10,000 people and having annual sales in excess of $500 million. Industry sources in 1983 ranked Cincinnati Milacron first in dollar sales of robotics in the United States, although these sag represented less than 10 percent of total comp®
The company has three divisions: Machf| Tools, Plastics Processing Machinery, and Industrjj Specialty Products. The Machine Tool Division Figure 1) has a number of departments includiflj Metal Fabrication. The welding shop and the foun|| are two parts of the Metal Fabrication Division.
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