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CPS Engineer KT Brickman Recognized for Excellence in Manufacturing

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The Manufacturing Institute Will Honor KT Brickman, technical sales engineer, Custom Processing Services Inc., as one of its second Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Award winners. The STEP Awards honor women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers, and represent all levels of the manufacturing industry, from the factory-floor to corporate offices, and across the entire nation. KT Brickman (nee Hessler) graduated from Lehigh University with a B.S. in Materials Science Engineering. In her position with Pennsylvania manufacturer Custom Processing Services, Brickman is responsible […]

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CPS Wins Big Honor by Making Things Small

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President Gregg Shemanski discusses the formation of Custom Processing Services, its growth, and its Governor’s Impact Award honor, and how they earned this big honor by making things small. http://tinyurl.com/bctvCPS

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Shemanski Talks Nanotechnology On BCTV Show

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Gregg Shemanski, President of CPS, discusses applications of nanotechnology performed by the firm with Gene Lucadamo of the Lehigh University Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology on the BCTV (Berks Community TV) program Berks Business hosted by Bob Wert. http://www.bctv.org/videos/berks-business/html_3b7f2a3f-1bef-5ca2-b6e1-a6c8ce3831e1.html

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Custom Processing Services Inc. Wins Statewide Honor

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Exeter Township business among 50 companies lauded at Governor’s Impact Awards by Shannon Simcox, Reading Eagle Custom Processing Services Inc. was among 50 Pennsylvania companies that received awards Thursday at the inaugural Governor’s Impact Awards. The Exeter Township business, along with three other Berks County companies, was nominated in one of the five categories for positive contributions in the state. Recognized as a recipient of the Small Business Impact Award, Custom Processing President Gregg Shemanski said: “It’s pretty incredible. It’s edifying. I’m proud of everybody at the company, proud of […]

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Custom Processing Dedicates New Building

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Manufacturing Will Begin In Plant Three Before Year’s End Article from Reading Eagle For Gregg Shemanski, president of Custom Processing Services Inc., Exeter Township, the occasion is much like Armistice Day, with a truce and suspension of hostile activities. The event even took place at a time similar to the World War I cease fire. On day 11 of month 11 in year ‘11 at the 11th hour and 11th minute, construction stopped and the company had its third plant completed. Dedication for the new manufacturing facility marked the beginning […]

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Nano Sizing: Wet versus Dry Grinding

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Nano Sizing Via Wet or Dry Grinding Nano-sized particles are desirable in many industries, from active pharmaceuticals and pigments to technical ceramics and electronics, and are used to improve reactivity, provide increased surface area, and reduce material consumption. Traditionally, producing sub-micron sized particles has only been possible through wet media milling. Recent developments in particle reduction technology have enabled the production of nanoparticles through a dry-grinding method using steam. Considering the advantages and applications of each method, described below, will enable the client to choose the most appropriate method and […]

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Nano-sizing By Wet Or Dry Grinding Shown By Custom Processing At PTXi 2010

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Nano-sizing via wet or dry grinding will be demonstrated by Custom Processing Services at the PTXi (Process Technology for Industry) International Conference and Exposition at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL (Booth 1260) from May 4–6, 2010. CPS will display two mills from Netzsch: a sub-micron particle producing mini-zeta wet media mill and a CGS-16 fluidized bed jet mill, which, when operated with steam, can also produce nano-particles. Coarse grinding technologies will also be displayed. CPS technical staff will be available to discuss the advantages of each […]

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