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May 2015  
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Is your next robot a cobot?
Author: Michael Deren
Published: May 2015
In this month's Machinist's Corner column, Michael Deren discusses his research into robots for one application and noticed other applications that also appeared suitable for automation.

Plan to replace retirees
Author: Michael Deren
Published: March 2015
What is your company doing to replace its retiring workforce?

Can you follow instructions?
Author: Michael Deren
Published: January 2015
Do you process existing jobs the same way every time? If not, you may be throwing money away every time those jobs are run by having to reinvent the process over and over. If a few weeks or months go by in between runs of the same part, you may forget some nuance, whether itís a specific cutter, a dedicated fixture or a unique method for locating the part.

Continuing what we started
Author: Michael Deren
Published: October 2014
Whether we're machinists, programmers, manufacturing engineers or material scientists, we need to prepare our replacements, urges Machinist's Corner Columnist Michael Deren in the October 2014 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering.

Heading to the show of shows
Author: Michael Deren
Published: September 2014
Machinist's Corner Columnist Michael Deren ponders the ability of machine tool builders to step up their game whenever new tooling becomes available.

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