Omax A-Jet cutting headClick image to enlarge

Artistic Iron increased output and tapped into new markets by adding five axis cutting with the A-Jet cutting head on their Omax 60120 bridge style abrasive waterjet.

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CNC crash compilation

With all the automation in machining these days, it’s easy to get complacent and think nothing can go wrong any more.

Honda shows off its ASIMO robot

Watch as Honda's ASIMO, billed as "the world's most advanced humanoid robot," shows off at the Tokyo National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation.

Disney develops acrobatic robot

Robotics has come a long way in a few short years. This new acrobatic robot from Disney could put stunt performers out of work.

Submerged arc welding manipulator

How a BC manufacturer improved productivity with Lincoln Electric’s Pantheon S submerged arc welding manipulator.

Welding to go in robotic compact footprint cell

A KUKA KR AGILUS six axis robot is part of a robotic welding cell, a mini robotic cell developed by integrator Paul von der Bank GmbH in operation at Bruninghaus & Drisser in Hilden, Germany.

Robotics solution helps Romanian factory automate

This factory in Bucharest, Romania faced a skills shortage. The solution: build in-house expertise in adopting robotics solutions.

Laser cutting hot stamped parts

The TRUMPF TruLaser Cell Series 7000 is a high-end laser processing centre featuring minimal processing costs and maximum flexibility. Available with either a CO2 or solid state laser, the cell may used for cutting, welding and deposition welding. Featuring a 2 in 1 fiber solution that delivers the beam for cutting in the fiber core, and the beam for welding in the outer core, the transition from cutting to welding is minimal. In this video, the TruLaser Cell 7040 is shown cutting parts that have been hot stamped, one of many ideal applications for the fast, flexible and productive TruLaser Cell Series 7000.

Engineering marvels of the world

Some some of the world's engineering marvels, from Chandra X-Ray Space Telescope to Hong Kong International Airport.

Why space manufacturing may be the future of industry

We've done some pretty amazing things here on earth, but when we want to take our technology to the next level, what can we do? Here's why the future of industry might lie in space.

Improve Utilization and Uptime with Connect Plan

Okuma’s Connect Plan provides analytics for improved utilization by connecting machine tools and visual control of factory operation results and machining records.

CTMA calls for changes to border-crossing policy

The CTMA is advocating for a solution to recent border issues where Canadian companies’ U.S. customers are not being permitted across the border to view and approve work prior to final shipment.

A focus on skilled trades with welding training at CWB

The Welding and Employment Skills training (WEST) is a 13-week program offered by Skills for Change.

LVD Strippit's automated bending cell in action

LVD Strippit's Dyna-Cell is the company's next generation in automated bending.

Hybrid multi-tasking machining technology

Mazak North America and Lincoln Electric partnership: The VC-500A/5X AM with HWD incorporates innovative Hot Wire (HWD) additive manufacturing technology that Mazak developed with Lincoln Electric.

Direct Diode laser cutting technology

Mazak's new FG-220 DDL 3D laser cutting machine in action.

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