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Tech Talk from Iscar: face and shoulder milling in narrow and confined areas with Multi Master Face Milling Heads.

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Shop Talk: Challenges when running a business

What is the biggest challenge you face running a manufacturing business in Canada?

The biggest challenge is finding skilled help.

Takes One to Know One

by Michael Ouellette, editor

Costly crashes

CNC crashes aren't deadly but they can sure get expensive.

Fabricating Tech Tips: 10 Ways to Better Forming

by Andrea Bustreo

How to avoid scratches and dents when forming stainless steel

RCAF gets new helicopters

Their arrival may have been a long time coming, but new Cyclone helicopters have finally been rolled out by the Royal Canadian Air Force. The RCAF showed off the first of its new aircraft in the skies over Halifax on July 13.

Making Cutters Clever

by Kip Hanson

It takes more than sharp edges to maximize cutting tool performance

Most incredible engineering projects ever created

Some of the most impressive engineering marvels in the world.

Testing Sandvik's new turning grade

Predictable tool wear has become increasingly important in modern turning, especially where there is limited supervision in lights-out production.

This drone-car hybrid could transform city travel

Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has unveiled a driverless drone-car hybrid that could deliver a fully automated ‘taxi’ service combining road and air travel (maybe rail too) in a single trip.

Powerful Machines on Another Level

A roundup of seven systems that put in some impressive work.

Aerospace manufacturing: A New Era

by Andrew Brooks

Manufacturing innovation spurs aerospace growth

Fabricating in Canada

FABTECH Canada is the country’s premier event for metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing

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