TRUMPF TruBend CenterClick image to enlarge

TRUMPF's TruBend Center in action. TruBend machines incorporate a wealth of experience in press brake technology coupled with pioneering innovations. They enable you to fabricate parts in any format, from the simplest to the most complex, precisely and cost-effectively. TruBend machines are above all renowned for their flexibility, finished part quality, and a high cost-benefit ratio. 

 

Growth Potential

by Andrew Brooks

Long-term planning key to future growth of Canada’s mould and die industry 

PFERD new account manager for Canada, US

Michael Roche has joined PFERD Inc., as account manager, pipeline market. He will be responsible for pipeline channel customers in Canada and the US.

Thais seek automotive ties

Thailand wants your expertise, investment

by Jim Barnes

If your ambitions include access to the Asian market, investment in Thailand deserves consideration.

Additive manufacturing at BMW Group

 As additive manufacturing continues to grow, many major manufacturers, like BMW Group, continue to incorporate the technology into their product processes. This video demonstrates the use of metal additive manufacturing technology at a BMW Group facility.

Smart Factory efficiency

Bystronic’s Smart Factory Software enables maximum efficiency from production resources.

What’s Thick?

by Kip hanson

Industry experts help to define the term “thick plate” and offer recommendations on how to cut it most effectively 

Making the Bugatti Chiron

The How it's Made series looks at how the Bugatti Chiron is manufactured.

NASA tests 3D-printed rocket part

NASA has successfully hot-fire tested a 3D-printed combustion chamber for a rocket engine. This is the latest in a long series of 3D-printed rocket components that NASA has worked on over the years at its Marshall Space Flight Center.

TRUMPF enters 3D printing market with joint venture

TRUMPF has entered the fast-growing 3D printing market through a joint venture with SISMA S.p.A., Italy's largest laser manufacturer.

The future of space: Off-world manufacturing

Physicist, engineer and CEO Rob Hoyt delves into the challenges and potential of manufacturing and assembling large systems and structures in space to support exploration and colonization.

Ultrasonic grinding, milling and drilling

The Ultrasonic technology from DMG MORI enables the economical machining of complex workpiece geometries in demanding high-tech materials like e. g. ceramics, glass, corundum, tungsten carbide or even composites.

CMTS 2017

SME Canada, the organizer of the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) wants to bring attendees an innovative experience like no other in the industry.

Robotic finishing on aerospace turbine blades 2

AV&R Aerospace, Montreal QC, needed to refine its precision application of robotic finishing of aerospace turbine blades. It found what it needed with the Smooth touch wheel from Rex-Cut.

FIELD NOTES: Plasma cutter

Supplier: MicroStep Canada

End User: All Seasons Equipment

Chatter-free machining of aluminum

A demonstration of Iscar's new four-flute ChatterFree solid mill line of cutting tools cutting aluminum.

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