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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Filler Metal Performance

by Tre’Heflin-King

Shielding gas can impact performance

Manufacturing the Corvette Stingray

Check out how the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is made in Bowling Green, KY.

Ten of the world’s top construction megaprojects

A number of truly impressive construction megaprojects are nearing completion or have recently been finished around the world.

R&D Subsidies

by Mary Scianna

Common line cutting

by Sylvain Robidoux

Implement common line cutting/nesting to improve fabricating efficiencies

Automatic measuring and positioning system

Scotchman Industries demonstrates how to increase the efficiency and productivity of Hydraulic Ironworker metal punching and shearing stations with its RG automatic measuring and positioning systems.

Increase sheet metal forming production

by Gabe Lomagno

Consider these often overlooked variables

3D printed vehicles you won't believe exist

3D printing has come a long way. Check out these 8 3D printed vehicles to see how 3D printing is changing how we define manufacturing.

Cutting aluminum with waterjet

OMAX abrasive waterjet systems in action cutting aluminum. OMAX says its waterjet systems cut aluminum with ease without any thermal distortion.

Tool change on the Makino V80S VMC

The V80S five axis vertical machining centre designed for large die/mould part machining.

Shoulder Milling Best Practices

by Brian MacNeil

Even simple shoulder milling can become a problem if you don’t follow the rules

Are You Ready for Zero-Point Clamping?

by John Zaya

Effective ways to hold workpieces in multi-axis machining

Labour saving breakthroughs

A roundup of new labour saving technologies including a printer that prints roads.

Car Inventions on Another Level

These incredible new technologies will make driving in the future a blast.

Time lapse install: swarf management system

Considering procuring a new swarth management ystem? Watch this time lapse of the installation of the huge system at CNC Speedwell, a large manufacturer in the U.K. 

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