• Technology Takes Center Stage At Mazak’s DISCOVER 2021

    Mazak’s DISCOVER 2021 technology and education event takes place October 25-29 and promises all-new machines and technological firsts from Mazak. Among those is the debut of a new Swiss-type machine series that further expands Mazak's high-volume, small-part processing options for today’s manufacturers. 

  • ExOne And SSI Partner To Drive Volume Production With Metal Binder Jetting

    The ExOne Company, the global leader in industrial sand and metal 3D printers using binder jetting technology, today announced that SSI Sintered Specialties, a leading metallurgical solutions partner, has purchased an X1 160Pro and InnoventPro 3L metal binder jetting system featuring ExOne's patented Triple Advanced Compaction Technology (ACT).

  • Mastercam 2022 Delivers Powerful Toolpaths And Techniques With Comprehensive Turning Solutions

    CNC Software, Inc., developer of Mastercam, the world's leading CAD/CAM software, announces the release of Mastercam 2022 turning solutions. From accepting and programming any CAD file to Dynamic Motion™ roughing and precision finishing, Mastercam 2022 gives you a variety of options to turn all your parts exactly as you need them. Mastercam 2022 features new Mill-Turn support, enhancements to 3D Turning Tools, Stock Diameter, and much more.

  • Mitsubishi Electric Partners With ModuleWorks On Machine Simulation

    As part of its e-F@ctory Digital Manufacturing initiative, Mitsubishi Electric is partnering with ModuleWorks to integrate the ModuleWorks machine simulation software into its CNC controls. The technology partnership enables users on the shop floor to benefit from powerful 3D graphical simulation with full-scene collision detection.

  • Quintus Hot Isostatic Press Will Advance AM Research At Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center

    Confirming the increasingly important role Hot Isostatic Pressing plays in Additive Manufacturing (AM), a Quintus Technologies Hot Isostatic Press (HIP) will be a flagship piece of equipment when the new additive research facility at the Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center Research & Development (OMIC R&D) opens in Scappose, Oregon.

  • New ModuMini-Turn Cutting Heads Take Advantage Of Swiss Machine’s Y Axis Feed For More Productive Turning Performances

    Tungaloy has expanded its ModuMini-Turn exchangeable-head modular turning tool system for Swiss machines. New cutting heads are now available for turning, grooving, and threading on Swiss machines with the feed along the Y axis, which can permanently eliminate chips associated machining challenges.