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AmeriChip International, Inc. (OTCBB ACHI): through its wholly owned subsidiary, AmeriChip Ventures, Inc. is licensed to implement its' patented Laser Assisted Chip Control process ("LACC"). This process is designed to eliminate the "chip-control" problem inherent when steel parts such as axle and drive shafts, connecting rods, axle tubes and hubs are machined to a required specification.
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If you're not in ACHI by 0945 on Monday morning,
there's a "..No Whining.." rule, aye...........
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AmeriChip International Inc. Ranked by Crain's Detroit Business
7/29/2005 9:58:16 AM


PLYMOUTH, Mich., Jul 29, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) has been ranked by Crain's Detroit Business as 78th in a list of all publicly held companies operating in the state of Michigan based on their respective 2004 revenues. To read the complete article, please visit www.crainsdetroit.com. The article is entitled "Numbers Game."

General Motors, Ford Motor Co., Delphi Corp., and Visteon Corp. were ranked as the top five on the Crain's list. AmeriChip, through its agreement with KSI Machine and Engineering, can now quote on jobs for these companies that will benefit from the application of its Laser Assisted Chip Control process (LACC). It is the Company's goal to be in the top 70 for the 2005 list.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Mich., AmeriChip International Inc., a process technology company holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost-saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

For more information, visit our website at www.americhipintl.com, or contact R. Windsor at (905) 898-2646, or send an e-mail to r.windsor@americhipintl.com.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.
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ACHI - Be in by EOD on Tuesday...............
or, you will be singin' the 2005 version of
B.B. King's most forlorn rendition of
the "..WOULDA, SHOULDA, COULDA Blues.."!!!

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this stock is a group play, huh?
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<b>kaaaaaaaaBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM.............
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NOTE: Dear EricDavid.com subscribers

Here we are Aug 1st, the start of what is called "the dog days of
summer" a month when the stock market is at its slowest and dullest.... So
then why did our Americhip (OTCBB:ACHI) trade up 47% on huge volume of 5.3
million shares traded today? I can only hedge as everyone else is on the
financial message boards. We know that NJ based Cornell Capital is no longer
needed to help finance. Yes that was in fact announced several weeks ago.


Could there be a short squeeze? Well the OTCBB is not required to report
short interest...So more hedging
One thing for certain, and we all know that massive up volume speaks for
itself. What is going on with our little baby Americhip? No clue here but
you must admit its getting very exciting.
I contacted the Companies IR firm last week with regards to conducting or
3rd interview and was told they are not ready at this time but that they
will contact us after August.

Well my dear readers, if news or press should break we will forward to you
right after the wire services forwards to us.
I will forward you my general market re-cap in two weeks. But I do see big
money flowing into certain micro-caps as has been the case for the past few
weeks.

Regards to all,

Steven J. Weiss
SR Market Analyst & Publisher.
EricDavid & Sons, Inc

Please view the disclaimer for ACHI here
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FYI...GLTA

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By Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch
Last Update: 11:09 AM ET July 2, 2005
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I don't give those kinds of recommendations, largely because I don't know. In fact, it's a safe bet that if someone knew the next stock that was going to take off, they'd be buying it now instead of telling someone on an airplane, or over a computer.

So when I got the e-mail on Thursday touting AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI: news, chart, profile) , it was easy to see why instead of being offered a perfect opportunity to make a fast buck, I was really being handed a Stupid Investment of the Week.

Stupid Investment of the Week highlights the problems and flaws that make an investment less-than-ideal for the average investor, in the hope that spotlighting trouble in one situation will make it easier to identify elsewhere.

While obviously not a purchase recommendation, neither is this column intended as an automatic sell signal, as there may be times when unloading a problem investment merely compounds trouble. In the case of a penny stock like AmeriChip, however, an investor with profits would be well-advised to consider taking them.

It would be easy to say that penny stocks are not an investment realm for the "average investor," but they clearly are the domain of the little guy. While there are institutional investors who get behind penny stocks, the big guys tend to be providing large chunks of venture capital hoping they catch the company that starts small and hits it big.

Individual investors, however, frequently provide a lot of the liquidity behind these companies, and that is why penny stocks so often are used in the kind of e-mail campaign that attracted my attention to AmeriChip.

The e-mail, of course, was anonymous, but it was part of a series that have been circulating in recent weeks, each featuring a different penny stock issue.

Each also gives you just a bit of news and comes to the following "conclusion" (grammar and emphasis provided by the sender): "The Examples Above Show The Awesome, Earning Potential of Little Known Companies That Explode Onto Investor's Radar Screens; Many of You Are Already Familiar with This. Is (enter ticker symbol) Poised and Positioned to Do that For You? Then You May Feel the Time Has Come to Act. ... And Please Watch this One Trade!"

Well, if you watched the last couple trade -- stocks like Nomad International (NDIN: news, chart, profile) , you'd know that most of the recent stocks touted haven't come close to the target price touted in the e-mail. In fact, they have moved by just a few hairs -- enough so that the sender of the e-mail presumably can dump shares at a profit -- and then they have fallen back.

AmeriChip is likely to follow suit, although the stock gained about 15 percent on Thursday, presumably on the strength of the e-mail campaign. It ended the day trading for an even three cents per share.

The Plymouth, Mich. company has developed technology that helps manufacturing companies produce parts without producing the chips and bits that can tangle the machines, making the process slower and more dangerous. Theoretically, it's the kind of technology that has almost unlimited applications, because so many companies have to make machine parts, and the AmeriChip technology could save those manufacturers oodles of money.

Realistically, however, that kind of potential is a long way off, something the e-mails didn't actually say.

AmeriChip lost more than $500,000 during the three months ended Feb. 28, and total revenues amounted to less than $35,000. That's actually an improvement from a year ago, when revenues were $0.

According to its most recent SEC filings -- something the average investor probably won't look into and that the e-mail failed to mention -- the company's accumulated losses to date are about $6 million, and that the losses "indicate that the Company may be unable to continue as a going concern for a reasonable period of time."

That said, further in the documents is a disclosure that AmeriChip has an agreement in place that should give it the financing to stick around for awhile to see if it can turn its technology into real profits.

Every time an ultra-cheap stock winds up earning SIOTW honors, some investors will talk about how a stock like this is worth a flyer "because you only have a little bit of money invested."

The bottom line is that while the investor is risking just pennies per share, it won't feel any better if they suffer massive losses. Invest $1,000 in a penny stock or a blue chip and a 50 percent loss feels exactly the same; the difference is that it is more likely to occur in the penny stock.

The email report ignores that.

The unidentified sender did say in the fine print that it was paid $3,000 to put out the report, "which is for entertainment and advertising purposes only and should not be used for investment advice." AmeriChip officials did not return phone calls on Thursday.

It is unclear whether the company paid for the distribution of the release. Many stock promoters simply pick an issue they think they can move; they hardly need management's blessing to pump up a security.

In the end, the people most likely to make money on AmeriChip are the ones hoping some investor will decide that "the time has come to act" on one of these e-mail tips.

Everyone else who gets involved has a severe risk of losing a bundle, even if it is half-a-penny at a time.

That's why something that looks like a little portfolio pick-me-up may wind up being a real downer for people who make a run at it.

Chuck Jaffe is a senior MarketWatch columnist. His work appears in dozens of U.S. newspapers.

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Moving nice again today...
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Going in for second round

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NEWS: AmeriChip International Inc. Successfully Completes Testing of LACC Process at Major Transmission Manufacturer
8/3/2005 9:00:39 AM


PLYMOUTH, Mich., Aug 3, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) is pleased to announce that it has reached a major milestone after the completion of five (5) months of extensive testing with a major Fortune 500 automotive parts manufacturer.

AmeriChip International has been working diligently with process engineering in the transmission division and is preparing quotations for the machining of the first of several parts. These trials have been conducted in the manufacturing plants and the laboratory of strategic partners, GSI Lumonics and Seco-Carboloy with a view to producing less expensive parts. As a result of the LACC process, AmeriChip has successfully substantiated that it can significantly lower the manufacturing cost per piece.

Marc Walther, CEO of AmeriChip stated, "I am very confident that we are at the beginning of a rapid growth phase for the AmeriChip, and I am also confident that we will see an increasing revenue stream leading to profitability. The customer has formed an implementation group to adapt the LACC process as part of a core technology embracing AmeriChip's LACC process for long chip producing materials. Over the next several months, AmeriChip will continue to provide time studies and quotations on the machining of many different component parts for manufacturing in AmeriChip's licensed plants. The customer has identified significant cost savings in thru put, cost reduction by the elimination of coolant as it relates to dry machining, scrap reclamation and overall handling, capital equipment investment per part number, reduced tool cost and the amount of labor required to produce machined parts."

Headquartered in Plymouth, MI, AmeriChip International Inc., a process technology company, holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost saving services and products that all cost conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.
AmeriChip International Inc.
R. Windsor
(905) 898-2646
r.windsor@americhipintl.com
www.americhipintl.com
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More news...

PLYMOUTH, Mich., Aug 16, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International, Inc. (ACHI, Trade) announces that after 10 months of research and testing, it has successfully applied its Laser Assisted Chip Control (LACC) technology for implementation within the oil pipe threading industry. The Company has created AmeriChip Pipe Technologies, a Texas-based corporation, to assist the Company in entering this billion dollar industry, as previously announced in February 2005. In addition to our recent inroads in the automotive parts industry, the Board is looking forward to 2006 projected sales revenue to exceed $10 million in profitable business. Management believes that the combination of the two industry markets indicates that this estimate is conservative.

Over the past 10 months, the Company has developed and designed the LACC process for the dry machining of oil threads. This new process will allow the Company to manufacture complete certified oil pipe in a flexible automated production line. This technology has significantly reduced the time and cost of producing quality threads on oil pipe of all sizes. The LACC process has provided AmeriChip Pipe Technologies a platform for the creation of flexible automated production lines that will thread and inspect oil pipe with significantly faster production under one roof.

Ed Rutkowski, vice president, AmeriChip International Inc., the original LACC patent holder, stated, "This will not only lower the cost to produce and inspect oil pipe, but will significantly reduce thread leaking due to long stringy chips, coolant pitting, and uncontrolled ovality. This system will also reduce the cost of handling due to the complete flexible automation system under one roof instead of trucking pipe to each phase of manufacturing."

Each oil pipe will be laser-serialized and downloaded to AmeriChip Pipe Technology's website for customer retrieval of inspection information for use in the field.

The creation of razor sharp chips in the machining of oil pipe up to 45 feet in length with a diameter up to 24 inches is an everyday hazard in safety, thru put, and environmental disposal. Coolant has also been found to cause pitting on the threads of the oil pipe which, if not corrected, can cause an embolism when the oil pipe is under pressure. These leaks are dangerous, costly, and difficult to resolve in the field.

"We believe that this process developed by Mr. Rutkowski, combined with other new technologies developed with AmeriChip, will revolutionize the oil pipe threading industry," stated Marc Walther, president of AmeriChip International.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Mich., AmeriChip International, Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost-saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

This release may include projections of future results and "forward-looking statements" as that term is defined in Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Exchange Act"). All statements that are included in this release, other than statements of historical fact, are forward-looking statements. Although management believes that the expectations reflected in these forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such expectations will prove to have been correct. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the expectations disclosed in this release, including without limitation, in conjunction with those forward-looking statements contained in this release.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.


AmeriChip International, Inc.
R. Windsor
(905) 898-2646
r.windsor@americhipintl.com
www.americhipintl.com

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ACHI - News..........!!!!!!!!

AmeriChip International, Inc. Develops Flexible Manufacturing Systems Using Its LACC Process for the Oil Pipe Industry

8/16/2005 9:33:49 AM


PLYMOUTH, Mich., Aug 16, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International, Inc. (ACHI) announces that after 10 months of research and testing, it has successfully applied its Laser Assisted Chip Control (LACC) technology for implementation within the oil pipe threading industry. The Company has created AmeriChip Pipe Technologies, a Texas-based corporation, to assist the Company in entering this billion dollar industry, as previously announced in February 2005. In addition to our recent inroads in the automotive parts industry, the Board is looking forward to 2006 projected sales revenue to exceed $10 million in profitable business. Management believes that the combination of the two industry markets indicates that this estimate is conservative.

Over the past 10 months, the Company has developed and designed the LACC process for the dry machining of oil threads. This new process will allow the Company to manufacture complete certified oil pipe in a flexible automated production line. This technology has significantly reduced the time and cost of producing quality threads on oil pipe of all sizes. The LACC process has provided AmeriChip Pipe Technologies a platform for the creation of flexible automated production lines that will thread and inspect oil pipe with significantly faster production under one roof.

Ed Rutkowski, vice president, AmeriChip International Inc., the original LACC patent holder, stated, "This will not only lower the cost to produce and inspect oil pipe, but will significantly reduce thread leaking due to long stringy chips, coolant pitting, and uncontrolled ovality. This system will also reduce the cost of handling due to the complete flexible automation system under one roof instead of trucking pipe to each phase of manufacturing."

Each oil pipe will be laser-serialized and downloaded to AmeriChip Pipe Technology's website for customer retrieval of inspection information for use in the field.

The creation of razor sharp chips in the machining of oil pipe up to 45 feet in length with a diameter up to 24 inches is an everyday hazard in safety, thru put, and environmental disposal. Coolant has also been found to cause pitting on the threads of the oil pipe which, if not corrected, can cause an embolism when the oil pipe is under pressure. These leaks are dangerous, costly, and difficult to resolve in the field.

"We believe that this process developed by Mr. Rutkowski, combined with other new technologies developed with AmeriChip, will revolutionize the oil pipe threading industry," stated Marc Walther, president of AmeriChip International.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Mich., AmeriChip International, Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost-saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.
AmeriChip International, Inc.
R. Windsor
(905) 898-2646
r.windsor@americhipintl.com
www.americhipintl.com
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That didnt last long
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PLEASE TAKE NOTE: American machining technology has remained rather stagnant for many, many years, until NOW....

They have added automation (CNC = computer numerical control, PLCs, high performance Servos, etc.) to lots of the formerly manual processes, but the cutting tool running on the workpiece and how it works hasn't changed for eons...

We now have a paradigm shift.

A totally new USA TECHNOLOGY that will ultimately have the impact of the original Industrial Revolution, the invention of the steam engine, and the invention of usable and dependable electricity. This will stop the flood of exported machine work (..Ross Perot's 'sucking sound'..) moving to foreign lands - and actually reverse the trend bringing it back..!!! Let me repeat that. Actually reverse the dam* trend and bring the machining work back to the USA..!!!

If you had the least small grip on the processes and costs of machining operations, this would equate to having Transporters at all the airports - where'd you'd walk in to one, and walk out a microsecond later in Fiji...!!!

This is not a joke. The new "..LACC.." process employed by AmeriChip International (ACHI) does something absolutely amazing. It allows the cutting of parts without coolants or lubricants that actually can damage the microstructure of the worked parts. The process also results in the "..heat of cutting.." being quickly carried away by the smaller "..chips.." produced as they fly off.

Getting rid of the cutting heat allows the processing of a single part to be sped-up by 10-to-20 times over standard lubricated cutting. So, while the Taiwanese might be able to make 1.3 more parts-per-$ than American machinists can do now; AmeriChip's process can make 10+ parts more than the Taiwanese for the same $ in the same time.

This process also results in the parts being less heat-hardened by the cutting, and for the very expensive cutting tools to last much, much longer. Having to change out less cutting tools per shift, per day, or per week saves huge amounts of money for ACHI, or other machining firms.

If you "..Oooo & Ahhhh.." over things like "..Beam me up, Scotty..", "..Warp Drives..", "..Dr. Who's Tardis..", "..flying saucers..", etc. - welcome to the new world of advanced technology machining...!!! Same impact - different genre'.....

ACHI is about to do the whole plant expansion, financial filings, OTCBB application, New business announcements, rock-the-freakin'-clock thing, so IMHfreakin'O you either get in Monday at the Open - or you order your B.B. King sheet music for the "..2005 Woulda-Shoulda-Coulda Blues.."!!!

The "..No Whining.." lamp will be lit as of 1000 hours on Monday.

DYODD. Do whatcha gotta do. Do yur t-h-a-n-g. Do yur sweetie. Whatever..... But DON'T under any circumstances let Monday morning come without having your homework finished (..dog or no dog..) and having made your decision.

You been told, ...Poopsy..!!!

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http://www.americhiplacc.com

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HERE'S THE CLINCHER, TROOPS: ....AmeriChip International http://www.americhiplacc.com/ is not going to "..blow the whole deal..", like most of our American technology developers do, by selling their systems to competitors here or abroad.

AmeriChip is going to expand and JV (..with Non-Disclosure Contraccts..) to meet the demand here in the good ol' US-of-A, then they may eventually consider taking the technology abroad under their control.

One smart move, followed by another smart move, followed by more smart moves - at a company run by an Engineer; ..not some money-shuffling, greed-stricken, Havard Sleaziness School graduate or shifty Beancounter willing to 'sell out quick' for a new yacht and Country Club membership...

Onward & Upward: at $0.04/share it's a damn good gamble on "..BUILDING AMERICA.." in my book.

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Here is AmeriChips new Website, for your use:

http://www.americhiplacc.com/

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AmeriChip International Inc. Announces New Web Site Address
8/29/2005 9:10:12 AM


PLYMOUTH, Mich., Aug 29, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International, Inc. (ACHI) announces a new Web site address at www.americhiplacc.com. Over the next few weeks, changes and additions will be made the AmeriChip International Inc. website to better reflect the implementation of the company's business model including its projected entry into the oil pipe manufacturing sector.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Mich., AmeriChip International Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which provides for accelerated through-put creating a platform for efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

For more information, visit our Web site at www.americhiplacc.com, contact Rhonda Windsor at 905-898-2646 or r.windsor@americhiplacc.com.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.
AmeriChip International, Inc.
R. Windsor
(905) 898-2646
r.windsor@americhipintl.com
www.americhipintl.com
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ACHI -- It would be very wise to find out what it's all about:

AmeriChip International Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary AmeriChip Ventures, Inc. (AVI) is the owner of the rights and interests in all U.S. patents forming the "Laser Assisted Chip Control" technologies. The inventor, Edward Rutkowski, who is also a board member and active in the operation of the Company, was granted patents on April 6, 1993 and January 25, 1995 entitled "Method for controlling length of metal chips." AmeriChip, Inc. was formed to hold the patents and granted AVI the exclusive license to make, use and sell products covered by the foregoing patents.

The patented process seeks to solve the creation and subsequent handling of long stringy metal "chips" which have been a long-standing problem in the machining industry. The chip control problem adds additional cost when highly automated gauging, tooling and material handling (robots) is introduced.

"Chips" are the stringy metal shavings that are created when using a cutting tool to remove metal. The long winding shards or ribbons of razor sharp steel wrap around cutting tools, the machine, the gauging and inhibits the robotics from removing the part. Millions of dollars have been spent annually, for years, on chip groove technology and coolants with no verifiable and consistent success in resolving these inherent problems. The use of coolants on machined parts has resulted in expensive, messy and environmentally unfriendly workplaces, that can take some plants as much as one shift per week to properly evacuate the system.

The conventional answer to the problem has been to slow the process down so that the chips can be controlled. In fact, even slowing the process down does not resolve the problem. Often the automatic gauging and robotics must be completely turned off because the chips are tangled around the part. AmeriChip has solved the problem. Its patented Laser Assisted Chip Control process provides the solution as well as substantial benefits and cost savings as follows:

* Reduction in down time that is mandatory when machining in the traditional manner to remove chips that clog parts, tools and the machine base.
* Elimination of coolant requirements and the costs associated with handling and disposing of the coolant.
* Enhances safety in the workplace.
* Improves productivity with greater use of automated machinery and robotics.
* Utilizing the LACC process provides opportunity to reduce cost per unit
* Through consistent chip control, tool life more predictable.
* Environmentally friendly. Coolant usage to chip control length is not required when using LACC process.

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AmeriChip International Appoints Vice President of Sales/Marketing
9/7/2005 9:30:01 AM.


PLYMOUTH, Mich., Sept. 7, 2005, Sep 7, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) announced the appointment of Jim Miller as Vice President of Sales and Marketing effective immediately.

Mr. Miller brings to the Company a strong background in technical sales, automotive leasing/financing, mergers and acquisitions with Fortune 500 companies. He brings a contact list throughout the continental U.S. including the three major automakers in the United States. He began his business career with General Motors and has developed expertise in sales planning, sales management, budget controls, system development, fluid power controls and business development.

Mr. Miller will be responsible for the development of new business using his extensive list of key contacts at the upper management levels within the automotive, aerospace and farm implement industries. He is currently working directly with the Company's engineering department and he has already arranged for and attended meetings with several Tier One suppliers with the Company's CEO Marc Walther. "With the ability to market as a Tier One supplier, Mr. Miller's contacts will be invaluable in assisting AmeriChip accelerate its business plan," said Marc Walther.

Headquartered in Plymouth, MI, AmeriChip International Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.
For more information, visit our website at www.americhiplacc.com or contact Rhonda Windsor at 905-898-2646 or send an e-mail to r.windsor@americhiplacc.com

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ACHI --- "...You ain't seen nuthin' yet...":
DYODD: [b] http://www.americhiplacc.com/
( ....shaaabooomp, ....shaaabooomp, ....cymbal crash..... )

Here's the REAL DEAL for next week, so bloody well pay attention...........:

1) CornBall (Cornell) Crapital has formally admitted it's about 10MM Short on ACHI.
2) CornBall (Cornell) Crapital tried to convert 2-year-out 144 yesterday at the T-A, ..and got told to go straight to hail.
3) Mr. Deep Pockets I & II plus other well-healed "..freinds of ACHI.." are buying in.
4) Mr. Deep Pockets I & II plus other well-healed "..freinds of ACHI.." are going to keep buying.
5) Mr. Deep Pockets I & II are going to end up on the Board of Directors.
6) Within 3 bizdays or so CornBall's tushport-buddies, NITE, are going to have to start covering bigtime.
7) When NITE comes begging ACHI or the T-A for shares, ..what do you think the answer will be..???
8) This is going to be the Official 2005 Chevy Chase-approved "..Sqeeze Deal of the Century.."!!!

If you ever "..dreamed.." of seeing some toxic CD-slinging SOB jerks like '..CornBall (Cornell) Crapital..' and some MFMMM like NITE take it up their infected exhaust pipes sideways - here's your BIG chance. You don't have to buy shares and make a ton of money, ..all you have to do is sit back, follow the directions, and watch THE SHOW...:
a) get your snifter full of 18-year-old single malt filled up
b) get your smoking jacket on
c) get your Cohiba stogies and Colibri cigar lighter in hand
d) get your laptop and telco cord plugged in
e) put on your party hat and park your popcorn barrel nearby
f) get last New Years Day's noise-maker
g) park your big round end in your favorite Barcalounger
and
h) sit back and watch the show................

"...This is NOT a drill...........
"...I repeat..............................
"...This is NOT a drill................
"...that is all.............................


ps: Print it out or write it down on a 'sticky' and paste it on your CRT, Poopsy. I may not post this again......

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ACHI is very close to closing some huge parts machining deals with major auto manufacturers and suppliers. The News about that will send the price soaring.

People should collect at these "..Hurricane prices.." or they will wish they had.

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Yo, the recent low's a joke....
caused by MFMMM "..smoke..".
Collect it while it's cheap.....
or you will whine and weep......
BURMA SHAVE

ACHI is quantum shift is USA machining....
http://www.americhiplacc.com/

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All the benefits and opportunities mentioned in this earlier post are about to become reality.....

'Cheap shares' are only 'cheap' while they are cheap, ..aye.....

AmeriChip International Inc. Ranked by Crain's Detroit Business
7/29/2005 9:58:16 AM

PLYMOUTH, Mich., Jul 29, 2005 (PRIMEZONE via COMTEX) -- AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) has been ranked by Crain's Detroit Business as 78th in a list of all publicly held companies operating in the state of Michigan based on their respective 2004 revenues. To read the complete article, please visit www.crainsdetroit.com. The article is entitled "Numbers Game."

General Motors, Ford Motor Co., Delphi Corp., and Visteon Corp. were ranked as the top five on the Crain's list. AmeriChip, through its agreement with KSI Machine and Engineering, can now quote on jobs for these companies that will benefit from the application of its Laser Assisted Chip Control process (LACC). It is the Company's goal to be in the top 70 for the 2005 list.

Headquartered in Plymouth, Mich., AmeriChip International Inc., a process technology company holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost-saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

For more information, visit our website at www.americhipintl.com, or contact R. Windsor at (905) 898-2646, or send an e-mail to r.windsor@americhipintl.com.

SOURCE: AmeriChip International, Inc.
AmeriChip International, Inc.
(905) 898-2646

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NEWS:

AmeriChip International Commences Pilot Project for GM Powertrain

10/10/2005 9:06:05 AM


PLYMOUTH, MI, Oct 10, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) announced that as a result of a presentation by management of the Company to senior engineers at GM Powertrain last week, the Company has been asked to immediately commence trials on the application of its Laser Assisted Chip Control technology on parts submitted by GM Powertrain.

Marc Walther, President and CEO reports that a high level engineering source at GM Powertrain was quoted as saying, "We are enthusiastic about the AmeriChip technology and their ability to solve our chip control problems. The GM PowerTrain Group has committed to immediately sending parts to AmeriChip for evaluation."

Over the past month the Company has met with and made presentations to GM and five (5) Tier One suppliers to the automotive industry. As a result, the Company is currently conducting pilot projects for all five companies. This includes, but is not limited to, meeting with senior engineers to assess their individual needs, preparing CADCAM drawings, conducting feasibility studies and preparing quotations for both application and production of the LACC process. Parts delivered by various potential customers, including GM Powertrain, are currently on site at the AmeriChip laboratory located within its licensed facility at KSI Machine and Engineering and are being evaluated.

Last month the Associated Press published an article where it reported that "GM rolls out new cost-cutting plan for suppliers -- Overall targets replaced by emphasis on individual parts." "At a time when the automotive industry is asking its suppliers, including those to whom AmeriChip has made recent presentations, to help cut costs to remain competitive globally, AmeriChip is poised to take the lead in this initiative," stated Ed Rutkowksi, Vice President Operations - Research & Development.

Headquartered in Plymouth, MI, AmeriChip International Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost saving services and products that all cost conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

For more information, visit our website at www.americhiplacc.com or, contact Rhonda Windsor at 905-898-2646 or send an e-mail to r.windsor*americhiplacc.com

Contact:
Rhonda Windsor
905-898-2646
r.windsor*americhiplacc.com
SOURCE: AmeriChip International Inc.
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You do realize that ACHI had to be given GM's permission to put their name in today's PR, right..!?!

"...Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick.............

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"...I love it when a plan comes together................

http://www.americhiplacc.com/
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AmeriChip International Commences Pilot Project for GM Powertrain and Launches New Website
10/11/2005 10:23:02 AM


PLYMOUTH, MI, Oct 11, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) announced that as a result of a presentation by management of the Company to senior engineers at GM Powertrain last week, the Company has been asked to immediately commence trials on the application of its Laser Assisted Chip Control technology on parts submitted by GM Powertrain, a division of General Motors.

Marc Walther, President and CEO, reports that a high-level engineering source at GM Powertrain was quoted as saying, "We are enthusiastic about the AmeriChip technology and their ability to solve our chip control problems. The GM Powertrain Group has committed to immediately sending parts to AmeriChip for evaluation."

Over the past month the Company has met with and made presentations to GM and five (5) Tier One suppliers to the automotive industry. As a result, the Company is currently conducting pilot projects for all five companies. This includes, but is not limited to, meeting with senior engineers to assess their individual needs, preparing CADCAM drawings, conducting feasibility studies and preparing quotations for both application and production of the LACC process. Parts delivered by various potential customers, including GM Powertrain, are currently on site at the AmeriChip laboratory located within its licensed facility at KSI Machine and Engineering and are being evaluated.

Last month the Associated Press published an article where it reported that "GM rolls out new cost-cutting plan for suppliers -- Overall targets replaced by emphasis on individual parts." "At a time when the automotive industry is asking its suppliers, including those to whom AmeriChip has made recent presentations, to help cut costs to remain competitive globally, AmeriChip is poised to take the lead in this initiative," stated Ed Rutkowksi, Vice President Operations - Research & Development.

The Company also announced that it has a new corporate website at www.americhiplacc.com.

Headquartered in Plymouth, MI, AmeriChip International Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost-saving services and products that all cost-conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

For more information, visit our website at www.americhiplacc.com or contact Rhonda Windsor at 905-898-2646 or send an e-mail to r.windsor*americhiplacc.com.

Rhonda Windsor
905-898-2646
r.windsor*americhiplacc.com www.americhiplacc.com

SOURCE: AmeriChip International Inc.
mailto:r.windsor*americhiplacc.com
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NOTE: There is very limited time left to collect substantial amounts of cheap ACHI shares. http://www.americhiplacc.com/

We are talking a totally new paradigm in American machining here, keeping American jobs in America, and the fact that GM is jumping all over it. The test runs are complete, quality is outstanding, and orders are stacking up. Either you're informed and loaded, or you're going to be on the outside looking in - one more time....

DYODD, but don't dawdle...... ..If you play this as a MOMO or Pop, you will have really screwed up. It's going to be a wealth-maker.

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Quoting good ol' Spock, "....Fascinating............................

Just like ACHI, PYST TERMINATES CORNELL CAPITAL! (..aka: CornBall Crapital[/u]..)

"The Equity Line with its Credit terms and conditions were deemed to be unacceptable at this time and the Agreement has been cancelled."

Cornell Capital typically makes toxic, huge-interest loans and have been known to naked-short to death the companies they finance with convertible debentures.

http://www.pinksheets.com/quote/news.jsp?url=fis_story.asp%3Ftextpath%3DCOMTEX%5Cpz%5C2005%5C10%5C14%5C71339488.html%26clientid%3D168%26provider%3DPRIMEZONE_MEDIA_NETWORK%2C_INC.&s ymbol=PYST

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TalkNStocks.com Debuts, Announces First in a Series Of Q&As With AmeriChip's Marc Walther, Pres. & CEO
11/30/2005 9:30:03 AM


MACOMB, MI, Nov 30, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- TalkNStocks.com, a forum dedicated to emerging growth companies, announces its formal debut today.

TalkNStocks.com is designed to provide featured companies with a cost effective means of informing shareholders and prospective investors about company plans and developments. Featured companies are invited to post business plans, product advertisements, and engage in monthly Q&A opportunities with investors.

Investors are welcome to participate by submitting questions for companies to answer. Company discussion forums and forums dedicated to topics of investor interest are also provided. We offer live chats, comprehensive investment tools such as charting and real time level 2. Readers are welcome to participate free of charge.

AmeriChip International, Inc. (ACHI) has been selected to respond to our first Q&A interview, the first in a series of such interviews with AmeriChip.

"We are pleased to have been chosen as a feature company on
the new 'TalkNStocks' website. Management of TalkNStocks
has shown the same entrepreneurial vision that we share at
AmeriChip and we wish them success in their endeavors in
bringing small cap companies to the attention of potential
investors." Marc Walther, Pres. & CEO

The Q&A interview with Mr. Walther is now available at www.talknstocks.com.

For further information about TalkNStocks.com, visit our website at www.talknstocks.com or contact Hank Zemla at hank*talknstocks.com.

For further information about AmeriChip International, visit www.americhiplacc.com or contact Rhonda Windsor at 905-898-2646 or send an e-mail to r.windsor*americhiplacc.com.

Contacts:
TalkNStocks.com
Hank Zemla
hank*talknstocks.com www.talknstocks.com
AmeriChip International
Rhonda Windsor
905-898-2646
r.windsor*americhiplacc.com www.americhiplacc.com
SOURCE: TalkNStocks.com
mailto:hank*talknstocks.com
http://www.talknstocks.com
mailto:r.windsor*americhiplacc.com
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NEWS: AmeriChip International Inc. Prepares for Production

12/15/2005 11:42:19 AM


PLYMOUTH, MI, Dec 15, 2005 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- The Board of Directors of AmeriChip International Inc. (ACHI) announced that the Company has placed an order for a Mazak 350M machining center in preparation for conducting limited production runs. This equipment will assist the Company in the final verification process of a customer's part and serve as interim manufacturing equipment to handle limited production runs until such time as a full complement of production equipment is on the floor at KSI Machine. Further, by expanding our test facility with the addition of this equipment, we will be able to conduct comparative production studies that will illustrate the value and cost savings of our Laser Assisted Chip Control technology (LACC) to a customer with respect to a specific part.

The Company has completed preparation of its facility to accept orders for production runs in the first quarter of 2006 as a result of successful trials on specified automobile parts. The Company has been informed that substantial orders are in process. During the initial machining process conducted for both OEM's and Tier One suppliers, AmeriChip proved that it successfully and unequivocally machines steel parts using a "dry" process which substantially reduces the cost of machining automobile parts. The Company's patented LACC technology enables automakers and their suppliers to dry machine parts totally eliminating the need for expensive and problematic coolant on specific parts where it is proven that dry machining can be used. The industry refers to this technology as Green Machining as it is both environmentally friendly within and without the workplace.

"Over the past 21/2 years," stated Marc Walther, President, "our Company has strived to achieve recognition of our technology and its acceptance within the automotive industry. We will see revenue generation in the first quarter of 2006 based on the significant progress we have made in the last three months with both OEM's and major Tier One suppliers."

Headquartered in Plymouth, MI, U.S.A., AmeriChip International Inc. holds a patented technology known as Laser Assisted Chip Control, the implementation of which results in efficient chip control management in industrial metal machining applications. This technology provides substantial savings in machining costs of certain automobile parts providing much more competitive pricing and more aggressive sales approaches within the industry.

The innovative AmeriChip business model, enhanced by its AmeriChip Tool and Abrasives subsidiary, is designed to establish an extensive resource for cost saving services and products that all cost conscious industrial steel and aluminum machining companies require. AmeriChip is committed to keeping jobs in America for Americans.

For more information, visit our website at www.americhiplacc.com Windsor at 905-898-2646 or, send an e-mail to r.windsor*americhiplacc.com.

For more information,
visit our website at www.americhiplacc.com
Windsor
905-898-2646
r.windsor*americhiplacc.com.
SOURCE: AmeriChip International Inc.
http://www.americhiplacc.com
mailto:r.windsor*americhiplacc.com

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I use the following criteria to select
a stock that will likely run in 3 weeks:
1. The O/S is under 300mm shares;
2. The pps has recently been pulled down at
least 50% by the MMs to collect cheap shares;
3. The stock has a history of runs and jumped
at least 50% during the runs;
If you find such a stock and the pps stays at
bottom for a week or longer, get in at bottom
and set a targer of 35%, I am 80% confident
you will get hit and win the game in 3 weeks.

ACHI has met all the requirents, try it.
Do your DD -- each trade is a gamble.

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