8/20/08 – The “Advanced Manufacturing Center” at IMTS 2008 will enable attendees to experience the companies and technologies that are shaping tomorrow’s manufacturing products and processes, today.
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8/14/08 – Vibrant Corporation announced today that Thomas Togami, who has served the Company as Director of Technology, will be returning to Sandia National Labs. Togami has been on Entrepreneurial Leave from Sandia and worked with Vibrant for over a year.
8/9/08 – Vibrant Corporation announces that it has closed financing led by New Mexico venture capital firm, Verge Fund. These funds will be used for Vibrant’s marketing and business development activities.
7/15/08 – Vibrant Corporation announced today it has moved into a joint location with Magnaflux-Quasar Systems.
6/23/08 – Vibrant Corporation announced today it has filled the position of Quality Manager with Greg Weaver. Greg brings over 9 years of experience to Vibrant Corporation from Chromalloy Nevada.
5/29/08 – Company officials announced today the award of a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract, worth $70,000 from the Office of Naval Research. The objective of the project is to develop and demonstrate tools and techniques for detecting fatigue and fractures in critical DoD Components.
4/13/08 – Lem Hunter, Vibrant CEO, and Robert Nath of Magnaflux Quasar presented Process Compensated Resonant Testing – Lessons Learned about a New, but Maturing NDT Method that Detects Structural Degradation of Parts.
4/5/08 – Vibrant is referenced in an article about the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in South Yorkshire, England.
2/28/08 – Company officials announced today that Vibrant Corporation has a quality management system that is now certified to ISO 9001:2000 and AS9100 Rev. B.
12/17/07 – Company officials today announced the award of a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract, worth $80,000 from the Naval Air Warfare Center - Aircraft Division. The objective of the project is to develop a cost effective non-destructive system to facilitate high-rate, high precision, hybrid bearing inspection.