Cy Laser's 2 kW fiber laser cutting machine cutting 1mm stainless steel using the company's flycut mode.
194 square holes and 194 hexagonal holes.


New automotive wireless detection technology

New wireless pedestrian detection technology moves cars closer to “computer on wheels”

General Motors is developing a driver assistance feature potentially capable of detecting pedestrians and bicyclists on congested streets or in poor visibility conditions.

Cut wood, metal, plastics or...cars!

The L.S. Starrett Co.’s 3X Power Bi-Metal reciprocating saw blades have teeth that cut more efficiently, able to cut up to three times more cuts than conventional blades. They are engineered for use on corded and cordless saws.

2019 Business Outlook

by Noelle Stapinsky

Canada’s manufacturing industry is poised to take business to the next level and step up on the global playing field

NASCAR pit crew veteran's fabricating tips

Justin Voss, an experienced fabricator and 15-year veteran of the pits in NASCAR, shares some useful tips for fabricators in all walks of life.

World's most insane engineering marvels

The engineering wonders of the modern world

Gaining Altitude

by Tim Wilson

How to succeed in the aerospace parts manufacturing industry

Stamping Dies: Quick Change Artists

by Kip Hanson

Hours become minutes on changeover of stamping dies

Machined vs. printed rocket fuel injectors

To machine or print, that is the question. To be fair, that has only recently become the question as 3D printed metal parts have started to gain recognition for performance that rivals traditionally machined parts. 

Automotive drives strong robotic sales

The North American robotics market has recorded its strongest year ever in 2012, according to new statistics from Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry’s trade group.

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