Face grooving in action
- May 3, 2015
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.
by Kip Hanson
The Problem: Outsourced wire EDM work increases costs and lead-time
The Solution: Invest in EDM technology
Ontario mouldmaker takes a lesson on wire EDM
by Tim Wilson
Workholding that can’t handle production volumes for niche industrial demand.
A high density, low profile clamp to improve machining efficiencies, cut material waste.
For Mike Truic, CNC grinding operator at Northstar Aerospace, the grinding seminar hosted by United Grinding and its Canadian distributor Machine Tool Systems Inc., is a must-attend event.
by Kip Hanson | all photos courtesy Grimsmo Knives
Grimsmo Knives turns a commodity item into a labour of love, passion and machine tool technology
Ontario manufacturer continues a legacy of investment in high quality machine tool technology
By Jeff Fritsch, CAMplete Solutions
More than ever, it is crucial that North American part manufacturers constantly improve their technology and processes to compete globally.
Rego-Fix's new slim-nose powRgrip 6 series and new secuRgrip tool-locking option and expanded line of HSK 40 E holders will further enhance the capabilities of the company’s existing poweRgrip toolholding system.
Tungaloy Corp.'s new interchangeable PSC standard series of toolholders for flexible machines and turning centres, the TungCap Tooling System, has been created to increase the rigidity and repeatability of turning, milling and drilling toolholders.
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and Siemens are getting a helping hand from the Federal government to support a project for training and certification for youth for careers in advanced manufacturing fields.
The PUMA SMX2600ST 5 axis mill-turn centre acts like a high-end machine shop all on its own.
Megatel held its "Discovery Days" on April 9-11 at its Mississauga, ON, facility. The machine tool distributor focuses on large unique machines such as 6000 rpm 9 m long boring mills or large gun drill systems.
How to ensure you’re getting the most out of your machine probes
The Canadian Tooling and Machining Association (CTMA) awarded its annual Apprentice Bursary Awards to four apprentices this year. The awards were presented at CTMA's Annual General Meeting in September at Elm Hurst Inn, Ingersoll, ON.
by Kip Hanson
Buying the right machine for the job helps this Oldcastle machine shop prosper