Control Methods, Inc. and Eagle Thread Verifier, LLC Form Marketing Alliance

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Sterling Heights, Mich.-based Eagle Thread Verifier, LLC, makers of an automated thread gauge system, announced today the company has formed a joint marketing alliance with Control Methods, Inc. (CMI) of Clinton Township, Mich.

Sterling Heights, Mich.-based Eagle Thread Verifier, LLC, makers of an automated thread gauge system, announced today the company has formed a joint marketing alliance with Control Methods, Inc. (CMI) of Clinton Township, Mich. CMI specializes in designing and building automation controls, vision and inspection systems.

The Eagle Thread Verifier (ETV) is a unique thread gauge that automatically prevents improperly tapped parts from reaching final assembly, offering manufacturers a reliable method of eliminating expensive rework, and saving production time and cost.

ETV teamed up with CMI in 2005 to develop an automation control system for the thread verification system. With this partnership, Eagle Thread Verifier is able to offer manufacturers a turnkey solution that reliably and consistently inspects threaded holes in seconds, adding no time to existing production cycles. In addition to the engineering alliance, CMI will be representing Eagle Thread Verifier out in the field for new sales opportunities.

“We are pleased to have formed this marketing alliance with ETV,” stated CMI sales and applications manager, John Demeniuk. “The Eagle Thread Verifier is a foolproof way to eliminate thread problems in the manufacturing cycle. Our automotive clients demand this type of advancement in their production activities.”

Manufacturers interested in receiving product specifications for the Eagle Thread Verifier should contact ETV at (586) 764-8218 or CMI at (586) 792-2008.

About Eagle Thread Verifier, LLC

Eagle Thread Verifier is a patented automatic thread gauge that catches 99% of all thread problems in any manufacturing process. ETV is designed to operate in the rigorous production environment of coolant and chips, preventing improperly tapped parts from reaching final assembly. Over 50 million thread testing cycles have been conducted by the ETV system in manufacturing facilities throughout the U.S. The company’s headquarters are located in Sterling Heights, Michigan. For more information, visit http://www.eaglethreadverifier.com or call (586) 764-8218.

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