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Jim Lorincz, former Tooling & Production editor, is back. After an absence of nearly two years, Lorincz returns as editor-at- large, writing not only for T & P and Metlfax but will also serve as contributing editor for Quality in Manufacturing He will contribute to all phases of editorial content by producing features, a column, and by covering trade shows and news events.

With 30 years of experience in covering the metalworking industry under his belt, Lorincz is one of the most highly respected and knowledgeable business press editors covering the metalworking industry. Lorincz pioneered machine too] reporting on the Internet and served as editor of Tooling & Production magazine for nine years under Stan Modic.

Lorincz is the most recent veteran journalist to rejoin the Adams Business Media team. Last year, Don Dobbins and Harvey Arbuckle made the return trip. Dobbins is currently senior technical editor of T & P, Metlfax and QM, while Arbuckle is managing editor of Metlfax.
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Title Annotation:Jim Lorincz rejoins Tooling & Production
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Date:Apr 1, 2001
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