Horn's 312 grooving system with a groove width for face grooving of 2 to 3 mm and grooving depth of  tmax = 3 mm. From the outside diameter depth is  Dmin = 20 mm.

 

Canadian manufacturing sales climb in October

Canadian manufacturing sales continued to climb in October, yet another sign that the economy is gaining steam and will continue to grow in 2014.

Interest in five axis machining grows

As interest in five axis machining continues to grow, more suppliers are holding seminars and other educational events to showcase the benefits and technologies associated with the process.

Fanuc adds 5-axis to CNC training module

FANUC’s Machining Simulation for Workforce Development provides training for controls operation and part programming in a virtual environment.

Maximizing Your Machine ROI

by Kevin Burton

Getting machine investment ‘right from the start’ is the key to reducing payback times

Seven innovative 3D printing projects changing the engineering world

Homes, car parts, infrastructure, medical care – some of the ways 3D printing is changing the world we live in.

Ontario gives Sheridan College $550k for skills training

Sheridan’s Davis Campus has been handed $559,837 in funding from the province for its Pre-Apprenticeship Programs.

Precision by Dan’s

by Kip Hanson | photos courtesy of Dan’s Precision

This “typical job shop” in Ontario is anything but 

Sandvik Coromant launches innovative turning technology

PrimeTurning is a new turning methodology that enables turning in all directions. The company says it delivers a 50 per cent or higher increase in productivity when compared to conventional turning solutions. 

Choosing a carbide recycling partner

By Karl Almquist, manager, Business Services at Sandvik Coromant

Recycling is part of our everyday lives. At home, recycling is done almost exclusively as our way of protecting the environment.

High speed laser cutting of tube and pipe

Mazak Optonic's Tube Gear 2D laser cutting machine offers high speed and high precision cutting for thin-walled tube and pipe applications.

$11 M expansion for Quebec aerospace manufacturing shop

Alta Precision, a Montreal machine shop serving the aerospace manufacturing industry, has doubled its operation to meet growing demand. The modernized $11 million project has seen the CNC manufacturing business go from 40,000 sq ft to 80,000 sq ft. The company held an inauguration on June 21. Alta Precision will be featured in Shop Metalworking Technology's upcoming August issue.

Slashing cycle times in aerospace machining: The Equipment

The equipment, CNC software and cutting tools used in one of Cyclone Manufacturing's Mississauga, ON, facility.

Read the full story about Cyclone and its productivity achievements.

Celebrate SteelDay in Canada

On September 16, steel product manufacturers will be able to celebrate what they do by opening their doors to the public. SteelDay is an interactive and networking event created by The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction.

New Jorgensen line removes fine chips, grinding sludge

Jorgensen Conveyor and Filtration Solutions has introduced its new FlexFiltration line that also includes the company’s new Flex G Series of modular filtration systems.

Grooving and Parting Off Q&A

Exploring issues and technology advances with Horn USA

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