Machining

Leo Chang is senior application engineer  with Hartford.

May 2, 2016

by Leo Chang

How to increase machining productivity

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A Matsuura five axis machine availble from Elliott Matsuura Canada.

May 2, 2016

Just as five to seven axis multi-function lathes were once the new kid on the manufacturing block,

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Keith Clausen with his Haas five axis machine.

May 2, 2016

The Problem: Breaking the machine shop status quo without breaking the bank

The Solution: A universal machining centre

Western Canada job shop embraces a new vision with five axis machining technology from Haas

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ABB industrial robot system on a track leading to a Doosan 9 axis computerized numerical control CNC machine CNW GroupCanadore College

May 2, 2016

Canadore College in North Bay, ON, has opened the doors to its ICAMP 2.0 facility, an expansion to its Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Production (ICAMP).

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Andy Lau and Steve Sanderson of Aluminum Mold & Pattern at DMG MORI open house

April 22, 2016

The Joint Open House, an annual event organized by Canadian machine tool distributors, was once again, a big success among manufacturers drawn to the event to see the more than 60 CNC machine tools under power.

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Lockheed Martin Canada opens doors to new centre

April 20, 2016

Lockheed Martin Canada has opened the doors to its IMPACT Centre in Ottawa, an innovative demonstration centre that aims to bring industry and academia together for critical research, development and advancement of technology.

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The Surfox Smart Passivation Tester, made by Walter Surface Technologies, syncs to smartphones and seamlessly uploads test results to the cloud

April 14, 2016

Walter Surface Technologies has published a white paper on how the Internet of Things is impacting the metalworking shop floor.

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Automating your job estimating process

April 14, 2016

by Andrew Brooks

Automating job estimation makes the process faster and more accurate – and keeps costs on a tight leash

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Paul Stafiej with one of Sonaca's newest machinery investments. The purchase of the Modig extrusion mill (top and bottom) was part of a strategy to become a one-stop shop for its aerospace customers.

April 5, 2016

Article by Kip Hanson | Photos by Deny Cardinal

Quebec aerospace manufacturer expands aluminum machining capabilities with extrusion mill

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Going places

April 5, 2016

by Andrew Brooks

Opportunities in Canada’s aerospace market

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The Variaxis i600 VMC from Mazak used to machine a titanium guitar. Mazak was able to demonstrate improvement in non-cutting times.

April 5, 2016

by Mary Scianna

Selecting a machine to tackle a tough metal alloy

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GibbsCAM leverages the Adveon Tool Library so users can create and manage tool assemblies in their CAM software.

April 5, 2016

by Kip Hanson

Why smart shops need to get their data-driven manufacturing house in order

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Neil Desrosiers is developer of digital solutions with Mazak Corp.

April 5, 2016

by Neil Desrosiers

Tracking and measuring manufacturing operations

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Bohler Uddeholm's most recent machining investments are two Chevalier surface grinders, seen here, pruchased through long-time supplier Heinman Machinery.

April 5, 2016

by Mary Scianna

Metals supply business invests in technology to better service customers

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Morphing metal: new material developed by engineers at Cornell University

April 4, 2016

Engineers at Cornell Univeristy in Ithaca, NY, have developed a hybrid material comprised of stiff metal and soft, prorous rubber foam that combines the best properties of both-stiffness when it's required and elasticity when a change of shape is needed. And, perhaps of greatest importance, the material has the ability to self-heal if damaged.

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University of Windsor's Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI)

March 31, 2016

Machine tool distributor Ferro Technique and the University of Windsor's Engineering deparment are holding a "Research Showcase" on April 13 in Windsor that will highlight the collaborative efforts between the two groups.

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$40 M for advanced manufacturing in Ontario

March 23, 2016

The Ontario government has announced it plans to invest $40 million in advanced manufacturing inititatives in Ontario. The funding is part of a broader provincial $400 million Business Growth Initiative aimed at supporting Ontario's shift towards a high growth innovation economy.

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CTMA Technology Days

March 16, 2016

The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA), in partnership with Mazak Corp., Iscar Tools and Sandvik Coromant, is launching an educational event for educators and for industry.

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Manufacturing investments in Guelph, ON. Image: File Photo

March 16, 2016

The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontaro) announces $6.6 million funding for Guelph manufacturers

Guelph, ON, manufacturers Hammond Manufacturing Co. and Ontario Drive and Gear Ltd. will be receiving combined funding of $6.6 million following an annoucement by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario. The projects are expected to create or maintain up to 165 full time equivalent jobs.

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Steve Prahalis new director for SME's Canadian operations

March 14, 2016

Steve Prahalis has been named the director of Canadian operations for SME.

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