News about CB Fabricating sheet metal fabricator in Central Indiana
November 12, 2018
CB Fabricating Sponsors Frankton Junior High Robotics Club
Frankton Elementary Robotics had a tremendous amount of success last year, but this success created a new problem. Most of the members on a team that went to World’s last year moved up to seventh grade at the junior high. The junior high kids wanted a robotics club, but it didn't exist, had no equipment, or even a club leader. Fortunately, the school administration recognized the need for a Robotics club and in the summer Mrs. Carissa Watters, a junior high math teacher,and Mr. Randy England, an industrial arts teacher, volunteered to lead the club. There was no funding for equipment or supplies. so grants were applied for to purchase the VEX IQ robots and other necessary equipment over the summer. One robot was purchased before school started , but there was still a need for about $6,000 to buy additional robots, computers and provide competition funding. To make matters worse, the required Robots were on backorder for 6 weeks by the time the robot club had its first meeting. Essentially, it became imperative to find some additional donors and money to help the Frankton Junior High Robotics Club get established, get the robots on order, get the kids in training and get ready for the competitions starting in December.
Fortunately, some local companies stepped forward to help out. CB Fabricating of Anderson, Majestics of Summitville, E&B Paving of Anderson, Solutions4ebiz of Pendleton, Delaware Wood Products of Muncie, and Poet of Alexandria all gave to start the robotics club at Frankton.
March 12, 2018
CB Fabricating Adds High-Tech Fiber Optic Laser Cutter to Its Manufacturing Arsenal
Anderson, Indiana manufacturer installs the first fiber optic laser cutting machine of its size in Indiana to meet increasing demand for sheet metal fabrication services
Anderson, Ind. – Building on a year that topped its revenue projections by nearly 15-percent, Central Indiana-based sheet metal fabricator CB Fabricating, Inc., recently purchased and installed the industry-leading Amada ENSIS 3015 AJ fiber optic laser cutting machine. Both an addition to and improvement on the Amada NT Laser Flex Cell CO2 laser the metal fabricator installed in late 2014, the newer technology of ENSIS fiber optic laser more than doubles CB Fabricating’s sheet metal cutting capacity. This recent equipment purchase, an $800,000 investment, brings the company’s total investment in equipment and facilities to about $4 million over the last four years.
January 18, 2017
CB Fabricating's Specialized Manufacturing Capabilities Tapped for High-Profile, Superbowl-related Project
Anderson, Indiana manufacturer selected by Natare Corporation to work on one-of-a-kind Texas-shaped, stainless steel Lazy River at new luxury Marriott Marquis Houston built for Superbowl LI.
Anderson, Ind. – Central Indiana-based sheet metal fabricator CB Fabricating, Inc., recently completed work with aquatics structure and equipment manufacturer, Indianapolis-based Natare Corporation on a unique and high-profile project deep in the heart of Texas. Part of the Houston, Texas, hotel and convention center updates for the February 2017 Superbowl LI (51), the Texas-shaped Lazy River water feature is a highlight of the recently completed Marriott Marquis Houston.
July 22, 2014
Local Manufacturer Expands Capacity
CB Fabricating expands facility, adds high-tech equipment, hires staff to meet growing demand for services in multiple markets
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