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Project 321 relocates to Canada, teases new G3 hubs

Project 321 relocates to Canada, teases new G3 hubs

Canadian precision manufacturing firm North Arc Precision acquired Bend, Ore.’s Project 321, the company announced on its website today. Project 321’s assets will now exist…

Wednesday, Oct 12

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Canadian precision manufacturing firm North Arc Precision acquired Bend, Ore.’s Project 321, the company announced on its website today. Project 321’s assets will now exist under the umbrella of a newly formed stand-alone entity called Project 321 Inc. Those include the rig it built its reputation on: the G2 Hub, a hub with magnetically-actuated pawls .

The company will relocate its operational base from Bend to a 42,000-square-foot facility in Mississauga, Ontario. The move will allow Project 321 to scale up its operations considerably, the company said in a press release.

“The JLSO team is pleased to see our designs joining the North Arc family of companies. We will continue to collaborate on Project 321 to further grow and expand the business footprint,” said Jake Liles, President, JLSO, Inc. (the former parent company of Project 321). “Our companies are well aligned in that we both focus on customer service, innovative products, manufacturing excellence, and being good stewards of the environment.”

The announcement included this exciting tidbit — the G2 hub is being phased out, and a new hub is on the way. They haven’t given away much, but we know the new G3 hub will at least have magnetic pawls and the option for Shimano Microspline! The upcoming Project 321 G3 Hub. Photos c. Project 321

“…a brand new G3 hub, which has some common components with the Stan’s MPulse hub , is in the final stages of testing and its official release date will be announced this quarter. Project 321 will continue […]

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