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CMT Aerospace Adds 5 Axis Machining Center

From Tom Butler, President of CMT Aerospace:

CMT has recently added a new 5 axis machining center to complement its existing 3 and 4 axis capabilities. This Haas UMC 750 provides cutting edge technology in a complete package of high speed, rapid travel, true 5-sided machining. It delivers full simultaneous 5 axis motion control for contouring and complex machining. When converting 3 axis jobs with multiple set-ups to 5 axis, significant machine time and set up reductions are being achieved.

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Custom Aircraft Cabinets of Sherwood Sells to the World

By Jan Cottingham, Arkansas Business, 2/24/14

Twenty-five years ago Mike Gueringer and Paul Reesnes had had enough.

The two, both cabinet builders for the aviation industry in central Arkansas, did what so many people do: They determined that they could make a better product in a better work environment.

Then they did what so few people do: They followed through on that determination.

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Dassault Falcon To Break Ground on Jet Hangar at Clinton National


By Arkansas Business, 2/24/14

Dassault Falcon Jet has scheduled an April groundbreaking for its new hangar at Clinton National Airport.

The new hangar will add 250,000 SF to Dassault Falcon’s completion center, which is currently just less than 1 million SF. Dassault Falcon announced in May its plans for a three-year $60 million expansion to make room for the company’s new 5X jet.

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Made in Arkansas: Crafting luxurious custom aircrafts

By Today's THV, Feb. 20, 2014

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SHERWOOD, Ark. (KTHV) -- Like many American success stories, Custom Aircraft Cabinets in Sherwood started from creative and humble beginnings. It's not unusual to see Paul Reesnes and Mike Gueringer checking in with their employees at Custom Aircraft Cabinets together.

You see, for nearly 30 years they've been friends first and business owners second. "Mike and I think a lot alike," says Reesnes.

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Stuttgart welcomes new flock of jets


By Today's THV, January 30, 2014

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STUTTGART, Ark. (KTHV) - A new flock takes to the skies of Stuttgart and we're not talking ducks. With thunderous engines and massive wing spans, a number of large commercial jets continue to fly into Stuttgart.

"You don't see anything like that at a small airport like this," said Clay Siemons of Stuttgart. With a population drifting around 9,000 Stuttgart residents rarely see commercial jets land in their back yard.

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