Tsugami video spotlightClick image to enlargeThe Tsugami B0325V-III Swiss Type Lathe has an added vertical tool post, incorporating five modular, driven tools for increased milling capabilities.

This video shows how modular live tools allow for multiple attachments while the spacious work zone makes for easy tool changes and chip evacuation.

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Multitasking turning centre

Here’s a close-up up of MAZAK’s HQR-200MSY multi-tasking turning centre as it machines an electrical connector.

Vehicles of the future

What futire transportation systems might look like.

Manufacturing an ABB robotic welding cell

Timelapse of a FlexArc robotic welding cell being built -- the FlexArc standardized robotic welding cells built and tested in one of ABB's global facilities in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Aerospace manufacturing at Bombardier

Aerospace manufacturing at Bombardier

Robotic programming for welding

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

Robotic radial welding

Radial welding with the Cyclone robotic torch from Abicor Binzel.

Robotic bending with automatic tool changing

By integrating a bending robot with the precision of Amada's HG Series press brake and patented Automatic Tool Changer (ATC), fabricators can automatically bend a variety of parts with maximum accuracy. The HG ARs supports workpieces up to 998 x 798 mm (39.3 x 31.4 in.) and has a weight capacity of 20 kg (44 lb).

Prima Power customer profile: The Williams Brothers Corp.

Shaun Doooner, general manager of the Williams Brothers Corp., discusses why the company has invested in Prima Power fiber laser cutting, bending and shearing equipment.

Ten amazing machines

Here’s a look at some impressive technology, from a huge horizontal grinder to a massive machine that replaces rails, ties and gravel track beds at the same time.

Bystronic’s FL 170 3D fiber laser tube cutting machine

Check out Bystronic's latest fiber laser tube cutting machine in action

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