Titan Gilroy tests the Haimer face shieldClick image to enlargeTitan Gilroy knows what it's like to work the floor in a machine shop. 

So if he says this mask is the real deal, it probably is. 

Haimer's second version of its COVID face mask fixes a lot of the issues found in less engineered models.

 

Watch this video to learn about its features: 

Tool balancing: How it works

With so many manufacturing companies looking to run at higher RPMs, balancing your tool assemblies has become much more critical to success.

Live tooling, Swiss style

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

Powerful machines that are at another level

A robot that works in tight (and nasty) spaces, a rock splitter, a trencher, a tree stripper and some other very tough machines in action.

Liquid metal lattice moves like a human hand

Pu Zhang, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Binghamton University, State University of New York, has developed what he calls the first liquid metal lattice in the world, which is made from Field's alloy, a mix of bismuth, indium and tin.

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.

Multi bend tooling

 

Wilson Tool demonstrates its tooling for multi bends.

Making armoured vehicles

See how some armoured vehicles are made in this National Geographc Documentary that explores Alpine Armoring's manufacturing operations where such vehicles are made.

Robotic bending operation

Amada's EG 6013 AR bending cell (a servo-electric press brake) uses the world's first dual servo-electric drive, allowing for high speed and high precision. Combined with a bending robot, the EG AR bends small parts, eliminating the need for human operation and reducing the risk of danger when dealing with small, difficult-to-handle parts.

3M CEO talks about plans for electric car market

3M is better known for making Scotch tape than for leading-edge technology markets, but CEO and chairman Inge Thulin tells "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer that the electric car market is a perfect fit for the 115-year-old company.

Top 10 biggest vehicles of all time

From the largest earth mover in the world to a rail-mounted cannon that could fire seven-tonne shells 30 miles, here’s a look at the ten biggest vehicles of all time.

15 future aircraft

Futuristic personal aircraft are on the drawing boards now

Get creative with Yaskawa's GUI

Yaskawa Compass is a CNC graphical user interface (GUI) that empowers machine manufacturers with creativity, style and versatility.

How Linamar reopened it's China operations

Linda Hasenfratz, CEO of Linamar, talks with the Financial Post's Larysa Harapyn about how the company reopened its plants in China, and how that will inform the company’s reopening procedures in North America.

A Mazak multi-tasking turning centre in action

Mazak's HQR-250MSY turning centre goes through its paces.

Sandvik Coromant explores how tomorrow's materials will impact industrial design in the future

Sandvik Coromant's "Looking ahead 4: Tomorrow's materials explories future materials and how they may revolutionize industrial deisgns of the future.

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