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Here's a look at 14 roads around the world that are not for the faint of heart.

Can Canada trump Trump?

by Mary Scianna, edtior, Shop Metalworking Technology Magazine

As Donald Trump gears up to become the 45th president of the US, many Canadians are nervous about how his policies over the next four years will impact the Canadian economy.

Sandvik Coromant high feed milling with CoroMill 316

Titanium is increasingly prevalent in aerospace components, driving demand for optimized tools.

Tool balancing: How it works

With so many manufacturing companies looking to run at higher RPMs, balancing your tool assemblies has become much more critical to success.

Managing Your Chips

By Randy McEachern

Chip control is critical in drilling operations

Reshaping the Future

by Noelle Stapinsky

Diversification and collaboration keep Canada’s tool, die and mould sector healthy and growing

Hybrid additive CNC milling machine tool

The Lumex Avance-60 is the newest generation of Matsuura's hybrid additive CNC machine tool, the Avance-25.

Tesla makes ventilator from Model 3 parts

When the call came out for manufacturers to help produce medical equipment, many companies were quick to jump on board. But most of those companies must make ventilators using pre-existing designs, which would require competing with actual ventilator manufacturers for the parts and materials. 

Ford's new "employee" KUKA robot arm

Ford Motor Co. is testing KUKA collaborative robots in some of its plants. See how one robot is becoming part of Ford's automotive manufacturing team. It's considered one of the first in the world to work hand-in-hand with people on the assembly line.

Fiber laser welding in action

Amada's fiber laser welding in action

Fabricating case study: Investing for Growth

by Nestor Gula

Ontario shop grows with timely, wise capital investments

Automated sheet metal loading

Prima Power's 15 Shelf Compact Loading System (Compact Tower): Material flow can be arranged in flexible ways to transfer parts directly to automatic bending, balance the different time requirements of bending and punching/shearing, to exit material from the system and to bring new material into it.The flexible and versatile buffering function ensures that optimum operation in terms of manufacturing cost and throughput time can always be chosen,whatever the manufacturing task at hand.

The 5G industrial revolution

5G means different things to different industries, but it all revolves around enabling widespread device connectivity.

Leadership in a global industry

by Jim Quick

Aerospace leads manufacturing in productivity, innovation

This fall, the aerospace industry in Canada will gather in Ottawa for the Canadian Aerospace Summit.

Balancing the Value Chain

by Michael Ouellette

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