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Tech Tips: Smarter drilling

by Sam Matsumoto

Selecting the right drill for stainless steel and titanium

Reshoring: Home for the holidays or home for good?

By Mary Scianna

There’s a saying that it takes a village to raise a child.

Customized Tooling

by Mackenzie Froats

Why customized indexable tooling may be a good option for your machine shop

2018 SHOP TALK

by Andrew Brooks

Job shops in Canada discuss challenges and successes

Skills training: government funding isn't enough

The Federal government spends nearly $2.5 billion for skills training in Canada via training transfers to provincial governments and territories.

It's time to "take back manufacturing"

Initiative looks to reverse manufacturing industry’s declining trend

by Nigel Southway

It’s now clear to many Canadians that it’s time to rescue our declining manufacturing industries. 
Learning to Share

by Mary Scianna

CNC crash fails

It’s a bit easier to watch when it’s not happening to you. Watch these classic confrontations between metal and machine.

Spindle fix

Maintenance, repair and rebuild tips for machine spindles

by Kevin Sekerak

Choosing an annular cutter

There is more than one type of annular cutter for different alloys

Lights out manufacturing with mobile manipulation

A weld assembly equipment supplier to automotive OEMs has installed a robotic mobile manipulator, the OTTO 1500 integrated with Yaskawa Motomanrobotics to automate its black oxide process.

Live tool head upkeep

by Nicholas Bergmann

Perform a five-point tool head preventive maintenance inspection

Renishaw in medical AM partnership with Ontario company

Have a look at Renishaw's partnership with ADEISS, a medical device manufacturer based in London, ON.

Seven innovative 3D printing projects changing the engineering world

Homes, car parts, infrastructure, medical care – some of the ways 3D printing is changing the world we live in.

Soft robot inspired by snakeskin

A team of researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has developed a soft robot inspired by snakeskin, and made using kirigami, an ancient Japanese paper craft.

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