Mexico Booth

WipWare on trade mission to Mexico

WipWare is proud to be one of 10 companies participating in an Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines trade mission to the ExpominMexico trade show in Acapulco, Mexico from October 7-10, 2015.


NOBA Innovation Award

WipWare wins NOBA Innovation Award

There’s always something new at WipWare Inc. It seems the WipWare research and development team never sleeps.


VMA demonstrates WipWare particle size technology at EXPOSIBRAM

EXPOSIBRAM a success

WipWare’s Brazilian value added reseller reported brisk activity at the four-day EXPOSIBRAM show recently.


Jack Eloranta at the 6th Annual WipWare Training Seminar

WipWare Seminar under way

Crunching fragmentation analysis system data is the hot topic at the 6th Annual WipWare Training Seminar at the Canadian Ecology Centre this week.


VMA Booth

See WipWare technology at EXPOSIBRAM

EXPOSIBRAM visitors can test drive WipWare Inc. rock fragmentation analysis technology at the VMA - Engenharia De Explosivos E Vibraçoes booth next week.


Tom Palangio

Fewer surprises a big surprise!

Attendees at the Modern Mining Technology Conference & Luncheon in Sudbury this month may be surprised by WipWare President Tom Palangio’s presentation.


Training Seminar Brochure

New Training Seminar brochure online!

A brand new 8-page brochure outlining the Annual WipWare Training Seminar has just been published on the WipWare website.


Tom Palangio at ICAMP

WipWare congratulates ICAMP on funding announcement

WipWare is proud to play a continuing role in a North Bay innovation centre that just received almost $872,000 in federal funding for an expansion project.


fragmentation photography

Taking stock of your rock: A photographer's advice on fragmentation photography

When it comes to fragmentation analysis technologies, image quality is paramount to ensure accurate results when displaying size distributions.


Solo (M4) Photoanalysis System

M4 Photoanalysis System Unveiled!

The wraps came off a revolutionary new particle size analysis system today at one of North America’s biggest mining events.


CIM logo

The Future of Fragmentation to be unveiled at CIM 2015

WipWare is headed to Montreal this weekend for the Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM) 2015 Convention for a major new product launch.


size ranges on conveyor belts

Par for the coarse: Your guide to size ranges on conveyor belts

When it comes to conveyor belt applications, there are additional factors affecting the size ranges WipWare can analyze down to.


WipWare guys at the European tradeshow

WipWare in Europe

Response was hot at both the International Mining Congress and Exhibition (IMCET) 2015 in Antalya, Turkey, and the European Federation of Explosives Engineers (EFEE) 8th Annual World Conference in Lyon, France.


Imcet logo

WipWare in Turkey

WipWare is in Turkey this week meeting clients and exhibiting at the International Mining Congress and Exhibition (IMCET) 2015 in Antalya, Turkey.


Enhanced quality control features

Enhanced quality control features available inside Delta

The technical team jumped at the opportunity to introduce a new feature that will allow clients to save images of out-of-spec material into a special folder for easier referencing.


Detour Gold

Kudo to Detour

WipWare congratulates particle-size analysis user Detour Gold on doubling their year over year production.


2015 Trade show logos

Busy trade show season ahead for WipWare

WipWare Inc. is kicking off our 2015 trade show circuit next week with the International Society of Explosives Engineers (ISEE) Conference in New Orleans, February 1 to 4, 2015.


WipFrag software

WipFrag software licenses; what’s available?

What license options are available for WipFrag particle-size analysis software?


using WipFrag

BlastCast sliders explained

Blast prediction is tricky business. The variables are many and there are always unknowns. Achieving ideal fragmentation is critical to controlling costs for many operations.



What’s the easiest way to get fragmentation data from a photograph?

Why not take the approach many engineers and blast consultants do and leave image analysis to the experts?