Where roller coasters are manufacturedClick image to enlarge

A roller coaster factory tour in Turkey - complete with a ride on an unfinished ferris wheel

5 ways to drive continuous improvement in welding

Miller Electric's Caleb Krisher talks about how to drive continous improvement with welding information management systems.

Collaborative Welding Comes of Age

by Nestor Gula

Robots and humans working together for perfect pipe welds

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.

Agri equipment maker improves welder training

ALMACO, a manufacturer of custom built, agricultural equipment such as combines, planters and threshers, uses Miller Electric's LiveArc welding performance management system to improve training while also giving potential and existing employees the skills needed to do the best job for their customers. The system provides immediate feedback during training, allows instructors to customize welding programs to ALMACO’s exact needs, and allows for welding in both simulation and live arc mode.

The additive way

A Q&A with Renishaw Canada’s Mark Kirby about the current state of additive manufacturing

Rethinking metal-cored wires

by Robert Fox

Getting the most out of metal-cored wires: So you’ve switched … now what?

High performance CNC lathe

Microweily has added the high performance TY-1640SV CNC lathe to its line of precision lathes, distributed in Canada by Heinman Machinery.

Advantages of a through-coolant spindle

Scott and Matt of Haas demonstrate some of the advantages of the Haas TSC system by comparing traditional flood coolant and through-spindle coolant on the same drilling application.

Switch between thick and thin plate

Amada's ENSIS Series of fiber laser cutters utilizes a collimation system so fabricators can process thin materials and thick plate without a cutting lens change or manual setup.

Dangerous railways around the world

This list consists 12 of the most dangerous and extreme railways in the world. From railways with deep gorges and near vertical descents, to a 100 year old railway bridge built on sea.

Machining case study: Greater than the Sum of its Parts

by Kip Hanson

Three successful manufacturing companies merge, expand capabilities, and bring machining work back home

Tool balancing: How it works

With so many manufacturing companies looking to run at higher RPMs, balancing your tool assemblies has become much more critical to success.

Aluminum Welding

by Chris Anderson

Overcome the challenges of robotic welding of aluminum in truck manufacturing

Fiber laser engraves a quarter

There's not a lot of art involved when engraving parts in a manufacturing process, but this fibre laser video shows us that maybe there should be.

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