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Underwater welding a ship's hull

Welding is often hot, uncomfortable and at least a little dangerous. 

Bridging the Data Gap

by Ryan Boehm, OMAX R&D Engineer

Getting ready for Industry 4.0

Creating the Lamborghini Aventador

National Geographic's "MegaFactories" series explores the development and the manufacturing of the Lamborghini Aventador in Northern Italy.

Fiber laser/punch combination

Amada’s ACIES AJ series fiber laser/punch combination machine in action.

A Mazak multi-tasking turning centre in action

Mazak's HQR-250MSY turning centre goes through its paces.

Industry 4.0: Digital Dawn

by Andrew Brooks

Manufacturing suppliers pave the way for Industry 4.0

Making armoured vehicles

See how some armoured vehicles are made in this National Geographc Documentary that explores Alpine Armoring's manufacturing operations where such vehicles are made.

How carbide inserts are made by Sandvik Coromant

Carbide inserts are used to machine almost everything made of metal. The insert has to withstand extreme heat and force, so it’s made of some of the hardest material in the world. The video illustrates the production of these inserts at Sandvik Coromant's insert production facility at Gimo, Sweden.

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.

High Speed Machining Know-How

by Andrei Petrilin

Tool accuracy plays an integral role in high speed machining success

Metrology: Hand and Eye

by Andrew Brooks

3D quality inspection benefits from optical and contact metrology

Turn-milling benefits

by Andrei Petrilin

How turn-milling can increase cutting efficiency

Automotive sector in Canada 2019: Fresh Start

by Noelle Stapinsky

Cautious optimism for growth prevails in Canada's automotive manufacturing sector

Time-lapse machine build

If only all machine installations could be this fast.

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