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Fullerton, CA, United States, 2010/01/21 - Caran Precision to Exhibit at the International Society of Explosives Engineer's (ISEE) 36th Annual Conference on Explosives and Blasting Technique located at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida, February 7-10.
On display will be a variety of precision metal stampings, deep drawn components, and laser welded assemblies that cover the many industries Caran currently supplies. Our sales engineers at our booth are diligent to listen to your requirements, review your drawings, and explain how to best suit your needs to our processes.
This annual event is recognized in the explosives industry as an international forum uniquely designed and targeted to assist the hands-on explosives user. As in years past, the 2010 Program is scheduled to include exhibits, technical sessions, panel discussions, and educational workshops. The informative Blasters Training Seminar and the Blasters R Us Video Roundup are a few of the highlights.
About Caran Precision
For over 40 years Caran Precision Engineering and Manufacturing (caranprecision.net) has broken the mold of what a stamping facility could be and what it can do. From the beginning we set out to meet the same rigid specifications and tolerances of machined parts with quality precision stamping, metal finishing and assembly.
Today, Tier 1 and Tier 2 companies know Caran Precision as a premier certified to ISO standards manufacturer and primary supplier of precision stampings. We consistently meet and exceed our customer's exact specifications and performance requirements.
Caran Precision serves its global customers from modern facilities in Fullerton, California. Serving customers around the globe, Caran has particular strengths in its location and support of Mexican, Pacific Basin, and Asian customers.
Included in the Fullerton location are the company's corporate administrative offices, substantial prototyping facilities, progressive and transfer presses from 5 to 1,000 tons, tool making design and manufacturing capability, a sophisticated engineering department, and of course a quality development department with the most current and progressive capabilities.