How commercial drones are made
- January 23, 2020
Watch how commercial drones are made.
The new JET HP line from Iscar, JetCut, tools fo high pressure coolant.
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.
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The recent ISO recertification of Mazak Corp.'s Florence, KY, manufacturing operations, comes on the heels of the company's adoption of a new manufacturing concept it calls "iSMART Factory."
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Chicopee’s newest Makino machining cell is comprised of two a81M horizontal machining centres with fifth axis rotary tables and a Makino MMC-R robotic fixture plate distribution system. The cell is controlled by a Makino MAS-A5 cell controller.
by Kip Hanson photos by David Afriat
Quebec manufacturer Usinage DDR rejects the job shop status quo in favour of automation
The Amada ENSIS 3015 RI fiber laser transitions between sheet and tube/pipe cutting.
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Precision SF Tech, an aerospace landing gear manufacturer based in Terrebonne, QC, has secured a significant order with an American aerospace giant with the help of a loan guarantee from Export Development Canada (EDC).
Watch as this machininst produces a three-level cube using only a lathe.
by Kip Hanson
Three countries, three machine shops, and a long history of successful manufacturing
Ted Callighen has been named president of the Canadian Tooling and Machining Association (CTMA). He will hold the position for two years.