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February 25, 2013

The 400 series oxy-fuel torches are two-piece torches that incorporate an innovative handle and cutting attachment design for better ergonomics, a clearer view of the cutting path, visual cues for easier use, and enhanced safety.

Read more: Oxy-fuel torches

February 25, 2013

The Micro Mark is a versatile compact dot peen marker ideal for handheld applications as well as on-machine integration.

Read more: Permanent part marking

February 25, 2013

The MicroGauge is a two-point gauging system that features a new integral digital readout and is designed for accurate diameter measurement of bores from 1.00 to 6.0 mm. 

Read more: Bore gauging system

August 19, 2012

Booth E-5224

Heidenhain Corp.'s IMTS exhibit "promises to give visitors insight into significant motion control issues" under its show theme them of "The Inside Story."

Read more: Heidenhain at IMTS: Insights into motion control issues

August 19, 2012

Booth: S-8100

Combine a robotic arm with a turning center or machining center and you have a manufacturing system that almost any machine tool builder can provide. 

Read more: Doosan at IMTS: New manufacturing cell turning centre

August 19, 2012

Iscar is launching a new line of cutting tools at IMTS, recently unveiled as the IQ series.

Read more: Iscar at IMTS: Smart metal cutting

August 3, 2012

SigmaTEK Systems LLC has developed SigmaBend AP, the latest software version that incorporates the unfolding functionality of AutoPol (FCC Software AB) into SigmaTEK’s press brake solution SigmaBend AP.  

Read more: New automation in bending software

July 9, 2012

Shop Metalworking Technology spoke with Joe Bodorkos, regional manager for Flow Waterjet Americas, about recent developments in waterjet cutting.

Read more: Advances in waterjet cutting technology

July 1, 2012

Quickmill has launched a new series of gantry style machining centres called the Annihilator Series. 

Read more: New machining centre series

June 28, 2012

 A toolholding system for high performance machining developed by German tooling manufacturer Haimer is gaining in popularity in North America.

Read more: Toolholding for high performance machining

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