Brian Bendig, president of Cavalier Tool & Manufacturing in Windsor, Ont. Click image to enlargeJoin Brian Bendig, the president of Cavalier Tool as he explains how his company’s equipment makes Cavalier more streamlined and efficient.

Bendig demonstrates the Hermle C42 Flex with 18 palettes and a 232-position tool changer. He describes how this machine helps make various components, smaller items like what you might hold in your hand with minimal chip to chip time allowing higher productivity.

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Ultrasonic grinding, milling and drilling

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Toyota's Canadian-made milestone: WATCH

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC), a Canadian success story in terms of automotive production excellence, has produced its nine millionth vehicle, marking another significant milestone in the more than 30-year history of Southern Ontario’s automotive industry.

Intelligent fiber laser cutting

Mazak Optonics' OptiPlex Fiber II fiber laser cutting machine is now offered in a 6 kW version. The machine offers fabricators "intelligent" processing functions via it's Intelligent Setup system, including auto nozzle changing, auto focus positioning, auto profiler calibration, focus detection, beam diameter control, and auto nozzle cleaning. Pierce, burn and plasma detection functions are also part of the system.

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Virtual showroom, real life improvement

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Machining aluminum? Watch this.

Iscar's TechTalk looks at techniques and tooling for optimum machining of aluminum.

Hypnotic CNC milling

Mazak, Seco and a few others get to show off in this look at some eye-catching CNC milling action.

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.

Platinum Tooling presents IMTS product lines in video

The cancellation of trade shows this year has left many companies scrambling to showcase their best manufacturing technology. 

Building the fastest high speed train in the world

Building high speed trains that run more than 300 km/hour. Every year, French high speed train manufacturer Alstom uses more than 22,000 sq m of sheet metal, enough to cover three and a half football fields, to build the trains. The newest trains feature all-aluminum body shells.

Making Swiss Army knives

How Swiss Army knives are made. Courtesty of "How It's Made."

New web series sets the benchmark for industrial video

The first episode of United Grinding’s new video series In The Shop has landed and it’s pretty darn good.

The 12 Most Amazing Bridges Ever Built

Take a video tour of a dozen of the most amazing bridges in the world.

What if 3D printing was 100 times faster?

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?

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