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  1. Mazak Drives Faster, More Precise Component Production At PRI

    At the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show, taking place December 7 - 9 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Mazak will demonstrate how its latest machine tools provide the speed, precision and processing flexibility necessary for the prototyping and production of components for racecars, trucks, dirt bikes, dragsters, boats and other high-performance vehicles

  2. Makino Offers Next-Gen EDGE-Series To Support General Precision Machining Applications In North America

    Makino is pleased to present its next-generation EDGE-Series machines, the EDGE2 and EDGE3, to the U.S. manufacturing market. Built for general precision machining applications, both electrical discharge machines (EDM) provide accurate and reliable performance for standard die/mold components or contract manufacturing with a space-saving design for shop floors of any size

  3. Siemens’ Latest Version Of NX Expands Toolset For Digitalizing The Machine Shop

    The latest version of Siemens’ NX software unites the next generation of tools for additive manufacturing, computer numerical control (CNC) machining, robotics and quality inspection to enable the digitalization of part manufacturing within a single, integrated, end-to-end system

  4. Schaeffler Relies On DMG MORI Machines For Additive Manufacturing

    Schaeffler and DMG MORI develop additive manufacturing processes for rolling bearing components made of graded materials in a cooperation project

  5. Low-Maintenance Power Lathe Chuck With Permanent Lubrication And Through-Hole

    Constant clamping forces, minimal maintenance costs as well as high energy efficiency, and productivity are assured with the versatile SCHUNK ROTA NCA power lathe chuck

  6. Mitsubishi Electric Automation Introduces Latest CNC With Separate Windows®-Based Display For Increased Flexibility And Expandability

    Mitsubishi Electric Automation introduces the M80W computer numerical controller, the latest in its industry-proven M8 Series CNCs. The M80W features a touch screen Windows®-based display that is separate from the control unit, providing expandability and flexibility

  7. Tsugami Automation To Demo New LaserSwiss With Welding At MD&M MN

    Tsugami Automation announced today that it will demonstrate its newest LaserSwiss CNC Lathe at the Medical Devices & Manufacturing (MD&M) show in Minneapolis, Minnesota November 8th and 9th. This is the first time the company has publically displayed this machine in the Midwest

  8. Okuma Debuts The New, Affordable Excellence, 5-Axis GENOS M460V-5AX Vertical Machining Center

    Okuma America Corporation announces the debut of the new 5-axis, GENOS M460V-5AX vertical machining center, combining a full 5-axis simultaneous control with rigid, cast iron, double-column construction and a high-speed spindle. These features give this CNC machine the ability to easily cut a variety of complex parts and exotic metals with speed and precision

  9. Innovative Turning Strategy In hyperMILL

    The tool manufacturer Vandurit has developed an innovative rollFEED turning method that is matched with an exclusive hyperMILL CAM strategy from OPEN MIND

  10. Highly Successful Bihler 4 Slide-NC On Display At FABTECH 2017

    This next-generation machine has received an overwhelmingly positive response since its initial debut last year. “The number one benefit all of our customers have been talking about is the reduction in set-up time,” commented Max Linder, Director of Sales and Marketing for Bihler of America