AIMS stands for ANCA Integrated Manufacturing System Click image to enlargeThe ANCA Integrated Manufacturing System (AIMS) connects sequential processes in tool manufacturing to bank the benefits of automation and integration.

It facilitates streamlined tool production, linking separate processes to each other and factory IT systems. The future of toolmaking is here, with AIMS providing versatile, modular options for common manufacturing challenges to optimize cutting tool production.

Check out this video rundown of its features:

Sandvik Coromant high feed milling with CoroMill 316

Titanium is increasingly prevalent in aerospace components, driving demand for optimized tools.

Maintenance for engine drives

How to perform routine maintenance on most Lincoln Electric engine drives. Includes information on how to check oil levels and inspect air filters.

Robotic programming for welding

Tips on effective robotic welding from Abicor Binzel's TCP-Programming Aid ABIDOT.

Handmade dream car

An electrical engineer builds his childhood-dream sports car 

An ATV not quite like the others

Take a look at how this group built its own Tesla ATV.

How the Porsche 911 is made

There are plenty of robots on hand as the Porsche 911 takes shape – but also plenty of the hands-on human touch points you’d expect to impart the finishing touches to one of the most coveted automobiles ever built. Watch how it happens in this video.

Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.

Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.

Hypnotic CNC milling

Mazak, Seco and a few others get to show off in this look at some eye-catching CNC milling action.

CTMA calls for changes to border-crossing policy

The CTMA is advocating for a solution to recent border issues where Canadian companies’ U.S. customers are not being permitted across the border to view and approve work prior to final shipment.

What a ride: manufacturing roller coasters

A roller coaster factory tour in Turkey - complete with a ride on an unfinished ferris wheel

Auto parts supplier discovers new generation of Prima Power 3D lasers

See how an automotive parts manufacturer is benefiting from the new generation of Prima Power 3D laser cutting machines.

Tool change on the Makino V80S VMC

The V80S five axis vertical machining centre designed for large die/mould part machining.

DARPA's reconfigurable wheels change into triangular tracks

DARPA, the agency that brought us the Internet, has developed vehicle wheels that can switch into tank-like treads while in motion.

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.

Boeing creates lightest metal ever using additive manufacturing

Microlattice is the lightest metal ever made. At 99.99 per cent air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles. Learn more about Boeing Innovations athttp://www.boeing.com/innovation/

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