Machining

February 4, 2014

EOS of North America Inc., Nov, MI, and aerospace giant Airbus Group Innovations have partnered together in a study to illustrate the environmental and cost saving benefits of 3D printing in aerospace manufacturing.

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Cimatron's CimatronE and GibbsCAM software lines

December 3, 2014

3D Systems Corp. has acquired CAD/CAM supplier Cimatron, developer of CimatronE and GibbsCAM software product lines.

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Leo Chang is senior application engineer with Hartford.

April 3, 2017

by Leo Chang

Machining thin materials is not a tough job, as long as you have a good machine and the right techniques

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For more precise measurement

September 4, 2014

by Vince D'Alessio

Why kinematic measurement is important for five axis machining

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HSC machines

April 28, 2015

by John Baresic

Why you may want to consider five axis machining for your shop

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The Kipp clamping system from distributor Mittmann.

February 12, 2015

by Kip Hanson

The call for flexible five axis workholding comes in loud and clear

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Machinist Cameron Kollin adjusts fixturing for a gear being machined in a Gleason Pfauter CNC hobber.

June 2, 2015

by Mary Scianna

96-year-old shop serving energy market still going strong

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Mitutoyo Quick Vision CNC measuring systems

November 25, 2015

Despite an economic contraction in North America, sales of machine vision systems and components grew six per cent to $1.8 billion US through September, making it the market's highest total for the first nine months of a year in history, according to statistics from AIA, the industry's trade group.

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Dan Silberhorn, left, is technical writer/instructor, and Paul Schroeder  is senior product specialist, with Fives Giddings & Lewis.

March 30, 2015

How to ensure you’re getting the most out of your machine probes

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William Howard

August 3, 2014

by William Howard

Understand machine features to increase performance

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Tungaloy DoPent M Class

March 4, 2014

Tungaloy has expanded its DoPent face milling line with a new cutting edge geometry and grade. The cutter has a 70° lead to enable it to take greater depth of cuts than traditional 45° lead cutters, says the company.

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The Okuma Multus B400II multi-tasking machine above and at right machining a part.

September 4, 2014

by Mary Scianna

The Problem: Outsourcing $7 million a year for CNC machining

The Solution: Purchasing CNC machines, new building to bring work in-house

Alberta drill rig maker invests millions to transition from manual to CNC machining

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May 16, 2013

by Mary Scianna

Punch laser combination machine opens doors to new business

Elias Custom Metal Fabrication Ltd. in Vaughan, ON, has something all custom job shops should have to succeed: owners who consistently invest in technology to diversify and grow.

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February 18, 2015

by Tim Wilson

A flight path to success in aerospace manufacturing

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A brighter future

October 24, 2017

by Andrew Brooks

Despite some uncertainty, prospects for Canadian manufacturing are looking good

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Inside one of of the facilities where the company fabricates and welds some of the tanks.

June 2, 2016

by Andrew Brooks

Process diversification is one way to survive and thrive in a down market

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Errol Bar, left, and Ivan Royer explain the benefits of proper coolant maintenance to Chris Nieuwendyk, middle.

October 13, 2015

Alberta cooling systems maker improves productivity with metalworking fluid

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Ethan Weikleenget

November 10, 2014

by Ethan Weikleenget

Grinding wheel flanges and personal safety

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Mazak's mutli-tasking Integrex e-420H-Ⅱ

May 26, 2014

High speed machining is making a big impact on the metalworking industry, but there's another technology that's just as important: multi-tasking. The ability to produce complex parts in fewer operations means shops can decrease customer lead-times while increasing product margins.

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February 12, 2012

Canadians head to Germany for new machining innovations

A visit to DMG’s Pfronten, Germany, facility makes it clear that the resurgence in manufacturing is not just wishful thinking but a reality.

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