October 8, 2019
by Kip Hanson
Three industry experts offer insights on our brave new manufacturing world
Are boring mills becoming obsolete?
by Andrew Brooks
Calgary shop believes big moves make sense while you’re still small
Precision metal fabrication is rewarding work, but governments could be helping a lot more
Investing in advanced technology to grow
Poised to grow – but ‘hanging on’ for now
August 29, 2019
Which is the more capable technology, additive manufacturing or subtractive? Invest in one of these machine tools and you’ll never have to decide
by Noelle Stapinsky
A national focus on growing Canada’s medical technology manufacturing industry could mean big opportunities for supply chain demand
July 30, 2019
After researching and studying the influence of coolant on its inserts, Iscar has launched new and groundbreaking cooling technologies in turning operations.
July 29, 2019
Success with micromachining needs the right machine tool, the right cutters and a healthy dose of patience.
Exploring the impressive grinding technology behind cutting tool manufacturing
By Noelle Stapinsky
Despite challenges in Canada’s energy and resource sector, future holds opportunities
June 25, 2019
EMEC Machine Tools and Krueger Machining is hosting an advanced five axis machining networking event in Tecumseh, ON, in the Windsor area on July 10th.
June 19, 2019
Renishaw has launched NC4+ Blue, a new non-contact tool setter for on-machine tool measurement.
The Federal Government of Canada is investing $49 billion in aerospace innovation to support competitiveness in the sector.
June 2, 2019
Walter has introduced a new app that shows insert selection with the latest Walter grades and chip breaker geometries for their application.
May 24, 2019
supplier: Machine Tool Solutions
end user: Colonial Tool Group
supplier: E.M. Precise Tool Ltd. & Schunk
end user: JE Bearing & Machine Ltd.
Time-saving alternatives to traditional threading techniques
by Kip Hanson
Canadians manufacturers are known for their ability to tackle challenges that come their way; for a Canadian machine shop in Alberta and one in Ontario, the challenges are quite large.
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