Tackling deep hole drilling
- July 31, 2017
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.
Titan Gilroy knows what it's like to work the floor in a machine shop.
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The MSF is a laser cutting system for the cutting of materials with a fibre laser, or a combination of fibre laser and plasma. This machine is designed for the production of highly accurate parts at high cutting speeds, and offers low maintenance and operational costs.
Program helps match employers with students, recent grads, and/or potential new apprentices
Here’s a look at how fabricators use Amada’s HRB ATC bending machine to handle anything a customer can throw at them.
If you thought 3D printing was leading edge, wait until you see 4D printing, being developed at MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab.
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Turning gargantuan parts? Four cutting tool manufacturers weigh in with recommendations
Universal Robots’ UR10 handles the “harvesting” - loading and unloading plates in 3D printers - at Voodoo Manufacturing. Deploying the cobot has tripled production output and will help the Brooklyn startup cut costs by 90 percent. The company chose the UR robot due to its quick integration with peripheral systems enabled through the UR+ platform.
Siemens NX software is a flexible integrated solution for design, simulation, and manufacturing solutions that enable companies to realize the value of the digital twin.
TRUMPF's TruLaser Weld 5000 in action. The machine produces aesthetically pleasing welds. The turn-key system has many features that make it easier to get started with laser welding.
by Mary Scianna
Manufacturing has a big problem on its hands.
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.
Toyota is reknowned for it's approach to quality in the manufacturing process, and operations at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) are no different.