- December 31, 2014
CoroCut QD is a new generation of cutting tools from Sandvik Coromant for parting and grooving of larger diameter bars. The company says these new tools optimize cuts that require longer tool overhang.
The Annihilator B from Quickmill is a bridge machining centre with 25-35 hp geared spindle.
Join Brian Bendig, the president of Cavalier Tool as he explains how his company’s equipment makes Cavalier more streamlined and efficient.
Memex Automation, a Canadian supplier of manufacturing M2M productivity software, has received $800,000 funding from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario. The repayable loan will allow for accelerated development of the company's flagship product, MERLIN, and create 16 new jobs at the Burlington, ON, company.
by Kip Hanson
To mould and die shops, CAD/CAM is one piece of the software puzzle
Two Windsor manufacturers are the latest recipients in a recent slew of funding announcements by the Federal government. Newmak of Canada Corp. in partnership with Arbec Tool and Machine Ltd., both based in Windsor, ON, have received funding of up to $3 million to support development of stronger engine blocks made of lightweight aluminum.
The V80S five axis vertical machining centre designed for large die/mould part machining.
Kennametal has introduced a new line of solid carbide routers for carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) parts.
The Federal government has committed $9 million to help support skills training in manufacturing in southern Ontario.
by Kip Hanson
Grinding is becoming increasingly high-tech, automated and multi-functional
DARPA, the agency that brought us the Internet, has developed vehicle wheels that can switch into tank-like treads while in motion.
Machine Tool Systems celebrated the opening of a new facility -- and a new chapter in its history -- with an open house for customers and industry colleagues. The machine tool distributor recently announced it had become the exclusive Canadian distributor for GF Machining Solutions.
A Q&A with Renishaw Canada’s Mark Kirby about the current state of additive manufacturing
Haas Automation, a long time supporter of the Skills Competitions in Canada, donated $50,000 to the Ontario Technological Skills organization to support ongoing training for skilled trades. The donation came through the Gene Haas Foundation, which supports skills training in North America.
New chip breaking technology
The new Rekord DZBF series taps eliminate the formation of long continuous chips that commonly occur when tapping carbon steels, alloy steels, and austenitic stainless steels.
Tungaloy Corp.'s new interchangeable PSC standard series of toolholders for flexible machines and turning centres, the TungCap Tooling System, has been created to increase the rigidity and repeatability of turning, milling and drilling toolholders.