Chatter free strategies in cutting
- November 29, 2013
Iscar discusses strategies for chatter free cutting
High speed machining is making a big impact on the metalworking industry, but there's another technology that's just as important: multi-tasking. The ability to produce complex parts in fewer operations means shops can decrease customer lead-times while increasing product margins.
by Dan Cormier
What you need to know when drilling, milling, turning or tapping
Give a listen as Kuka robots take on original rock music - as performers.
United Grinding sets aggressive growth plan for 2015
If you've saturated a market but still have a need to grow, you focus on creating innovative machines that address you customers' needs and then proceed to take market share away from competitors. That's the plan the management team of United Grinding has laid out for 2015.
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Inflexible and inefficient fabricating process with turret punch press producing excessive waste sheet metal.
A flexible 2D laser cutting system to cut a wider range of parts and reduce scrap.
Emuge Corp. has appointed Scott Lowe as national accounts manager for Canada and the U.S.
by Kip Hanson
Toolmakers beware; the Chinese have rapid prototyping too
Author Nigel Southway is passionate about bringing manufacturing back to North America.
The G4014-P grooving tool holder from Walter is ideal for small part machining operations such as swiss type machining. The system offers an innovative new “SmartLock” insert clamping feature to access the clamping screw from the side.
By Noelle Stapinsky
Despite challenges in Canada’s energy and resource sector, future holds opportunities
The Amada ENSIS 3015 RI fiber laser transitions between sheet and tube/pipe cutting.
Magna International CEO Don Walker spoke to BNN about the company's strategy for dealing with COVID-19 and how he plans to get his company back to work safely, and how Magna will fit into the post-coronavirus supply chain.
supplier: Emuge Corp.
end user: Calframax Technologies Inc.
KUKA showcased its vision of the robotic smart factory of the future at the Hannover Fair 2016 in Germany. Visitors had the opportunity to learn about smart factories, connecting robots and other automation equipment to the cloud, the benefits of machine learning and big data for optimized production, new easier robot programming methods, flexible methods of matrixed production, as well as some new KUKA robots and how it all fits into the 4th industrial revolution - Industriy 4.0.
KUKA robots producing robots together with workers.