amada hrbClick image to enlargeThe HRB Press Brake Series from Amada leverages industry-leading bending technology and a variety of production-enhancing features that can be customized to your specific challenges.

In addition to providing precise bending results, the new HRB Series is engineered to ensure the utmost in versatility and ease-of-use, making it the ideal solution for variable lot sizes and complex tool layouts; operators of varied experience can produce repeatable high-speed bending results.

Add Amada’s patented Automatic Tool Changer (ATC) to achieve even the most complex tool setups in four minutes or less.

Customizable features include: Bi-S Sensor, L-Shift, Slit crown, Auto slide foot pedal, Custom sheet followers (SF1224TL), Double clamp finger back gauge, operator front support system, Digi pro

Standard features include: AMNC 3i control w/built in bar code reader, SGrip (W), 6-axis back gauge, 3-position foot pedal, AS-01 safety device, Side guard with interlock, 300 mm stopper, Step support with slide stop.

EXP punch technology

User: Fileco

The switch to Wilson Tool’s new EXP punching technology was a simple decision for Oakville, ON-based Fileco Inc., a division of Teknion Ltd., says Megan Walker, manufacturing engineering coodinator.

Scalable additive/subtractive manufacturing system

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Ottawa invests $9 M for skills training in Ontario

The Federal government has committed $9 million to help support skills training in manufacturing in southern Ontario.

High speed machine tool scanning system

The SPRINT system from Renishaw is designed to bring what the company says is high speed, high accuracy scanning to CNC machine tools.

Cutting tools optimized for digital machining

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Miller releases new face shields

Miller Electric Mfg. has launched a new series of face shields.

Faster, more productive version of CAD/CAM software

Tebis America, which specializes in CAD/CAM systems for design and manufacturing servicing the tool, die, mold, automotive and aerospace manufacturing industries, has announced the latest Release 5 of its Version 4.0 CAD/CAM software.

Double acting clamping vises

Schunk is expanding its KONTEC KSC-D series of double clamping vises.

James Rogowski named vp, technical services at TRUMPF

James Rogowski has been named vice president, technical service for TRUMPF Inc., Farmington, CT.

Indexable insert drill for better hole quality, longer tool life

Sandvik Coromant has launched a reinforced version of its CoroDrill 880 indexable drill that the company says will substantially improve production economy in large diameter holemaking applications.

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