The future for manufacturing?
- November 6, 2014
New "Smart Helmet" for industrial work enviroments
Predictable tool wear has become increasingly important in modern turning, especially where there is limited supervision in lights-out production.
by Shop MT staff
Tool wear: you can’t avoid it, but understanding what causes it and how it happens, and selecting the right cutting tools can reduce wear, extend tool life and reduce tooling costs.
by Andrew Brooks
Managing energy market ups and downs
The portable inline fluid reclamation machine provides complete coolant restoration and rejuvenation treatment of metalworking fluids in the machine tool sump with minimal operator interface. >
by Kip Hanson
Shop sets itself apart with gas, consumables distribution
by Peter Diekmeyer
Cy-Laser America, a subsidiary of Cy-Laser S.r.L. of Schio, Italy, has opened a Technology Center in Sterling Heights, MI, to service customers in North America.
by Hironori Kondo
A double-sided insert with positive rake angles is your best bet for small part machining
by Kip Hanson
Competing in today’s automotive market requires high performance tooling
High performance vehicle maker Bugatti is employing advanced metal additive manufacturing technology to build automotive components.
Close to 300 manufacturers from across the country attended the Canadian launch of Iscar Tools Inc.'s IQ product line, held May 7 at the Living Arts Centre, Mississauga, ON.
By Kip Hanson
by Donald Halas
Increasing threading productivity
Victor Technologies says it has improved and enhanced the Tweeco Classic Number 4 MIG gun by incorporating higher resistant materials,