Inside the Dah Lih MCV-1800Click image to enlarge

This video literally takes us inside the Dah Lih MCV-1800 for a look at its box guideway construction, the spindle technology and how the construction of the machine provides a vibration-free working environment. Dah Lih machines are available in Canada from Heinman Machinery Ltd.

CNC plasma/oxy-fuel and flame cutting

Koike Aronson's Mastergraph EX2 metal cutting machine is manufactured in the US and designed to work in challenging environments. The Mastergraph EX2 can be fully customized to fit production needs and increase your productivity. Multiple plasma stations, oxy-fuel stations, oxy-fuel stations, marking options, as well as, full contour plasma beveling, which is controlled through a very easy to use operator interface.

Robot solves Rubik's cube in .38 seconds

Watch as this MIT-developed robot sets a world record for solving a Rubik's cube.

Virtual showroom, real life improvement

EMEC has put a lot of work into showing us what their machines can do in a virtual way, and this Milltronics machine video is a good example.

Analyzing chip formation

Sandvik Coromant analyzes chip formation

7 Amazing CNC machines you should have

See these innovative CNC machines that can enhance your CNC machine shop.

10 most insane motorcycles in the world

Check out these fast and expensive motorcycles.

Sandvik attempts to 3D print a smash-proof guitar

Some of the most iconic moments in rock and roll involve bands destroying their gear on stage after a set.

Direct Diode laser cutting technology

Mazak's new FG-220 DDL 3D laser cutting machine in action.

Manufacturing roller coasters

Here’s a look at some of the engineering that goes into building roller coasters.

Amazing track laying technology

While manual labour is still a big part of building a railroad, automation has transformed the process in impressive ways.

Automatic robotized bending system

Prima Power’s automatic robotized bending system consists of the Panel Bender EBe, the eP press brake, and a seven axis anthropomorphous robot.

This robot can assemble an IKEA chair

It may not sound like much, but as Fast Company editor Marcus Baram explains, acquiring the ability to assemble an IKEA chair may represent a tipping point for robotics technology.

Watch the video here.

Powerful machines that are at another level

A robot that works in tight (and nasty) spaces, a rock splitter, a trencher, a tree stripper and some other very tough machines in action.

7 of the world's strangest materials

7 of the most strange materials that actually exist.

Palletized automation in aerospace

Hear Sean Purcell, executive vice president and general manager of MAX Aerostructures, explain how his company uses the Makino MAG1 and MAG3 maximizes runtime and a lights-out approach.

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