Manufacturing the BMW 7 series in GermanyClick image to enlarge

The BMW 7 Series is an automobile model developed by the German manufacturer BMW. This series is the high end brand, representing what BMW does the best in comfort, technology and mechanics. There are six successive generations. The first named E23 was released in 1977 and the E32 released in 1986, the E38 in 1994, the E65 in 2001, the F01 in 2008 and the current G11 in 2015.

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Hyperloop explained

Hyperloop is on the cusp of becoming reality; what is it and how does it work?

Advances in additive manufacturing: laser deposition welding and milling

DMG MORI's latest innovation is its hybrid machine tool, Lasertec 65 3D, which combines laser deposition welding with five axis milling, allowing for additive manufacturing of full components with finished part quality.

A walkthrough of GM's battery technology

Take a look at GM's Ultium wireless battery management system, which reduces up to 90 per cent of the wires within an EV battery, enabling sleeker vehicle design and improved scalability.

Eyes wide open

Estimating has to be quick and accurate in today's competitive manufacturing environment

Tackling deep hole drilling

Iscar's new chip splitter geometry for deep hole drilling explained. Iscar has designed the new geometry for two deep hole drillling lines: TriDeep and SumoGun. 

Space-saving side load pallet changer for fiber laser

Cy-Laser's CY2D S3015 fiber laser cutting machine is designed with a space-saving side load pallet changer for shops with limited floor space.

High performance milling cutter with five cutting edges

Walter's Prototyp Milling: the Protomax ST high performance milling cutter designed with five cutting edges. Designed for machining steel substrates.

Shop View: Can smart technology be stupid?

Wednesday, October 12 is a day that will stay with me for many years.

Why? It was the day Shop Metalworking Technology's web site was set to go live.

Waterjets building waterjets

Erik Vossman discusses how his company Machine, Repair and Design leverages OMAX waterjet technology.

Being 'cavalier' with capital equipment

Join Brian Bendig, the president of Cavalier Tool as he explains how his company’s equipment makes Cavalier more streamlined and efficient.

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