Additive Manufacturing from Renishaw
- November 29, 2013
Renishaw's additive manufacturing process in action.
Close to 3000 people attended the recent Haas Automation Inc. open house at the company's headquarters and manufacturing facility in Oxnard, CA.
Watch how BMW manufacturers its motorcycles.
Investing in advanced technology to grow
The Rudong Offshore Wind Farm is located in Rudong County, Jiangsu Province, China.
Siemens Canada Ltd., Oakville, ON, will soon be busy building more wind tubines at its Tillsonburg, ON, manufacturing and assembly facility after securing a deal to deliver and install 46 direct drive win turbines to the Cedar Point project in Sarnia, ON.
Quickmill has launched a new series of gantry style machining centres called the Annihilator Series.
by Tim Wilson
Getting employees lined up with the right skills to get the most out of today’s advanced machining technology can be a challenge.
Linamar Corp., Guelph, ON, is expanding its presence in Europe with a move to acquire Montupet SA, a French aluminum parts automotive manufacturer based in Clinchy, France.
Robert Cattle has been named executive director for the Canadian Tooling and Machining Association (CTMA). He succeeds Les Payne, who has served as a volunteer director, president (2002-2004) and executive director for the past 30 years.
When the call came out for manufacturers to help produce medical equipment, many companies were quick to jump on board. But most of those companies must make ventilators using pre-existing designs, which would require competing with actual ventilator manufacturers for the parts and materials.
See how the Chevy assembly line in Flint, Michigan worked more than 80 years ago.
The latest release of software maker ANCA’s CIMulator3D tool simulation software for grinding has an upgraded interface with fresh colors and icons and is even easier to use with intuitive functionality.
Twenty-four youth graduated from the Canadian Tooling & Machining Association's 32-week Introductory Trades Training program in November.
What we think of as 3D printing, says Joseph DeSimone, is really just 2D printing over and over ... slowly. Onstage at TED2015, he unveiled a bold new technique — inspired, yes, by Terminator 2 — that's 25 to 100 times faster, and creates smooth, strong parts. Could it finally help to fulfill the tremendous promise of 3D printing?