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Apr 2015  
 
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Cut the clamp
Author: CTE Staff
Published: April 2015
END USER: Potomac Photonics Inc., (888) 919-1303, www.potomac-laser.com. SOLUTION PROVIDER: Mitee-Bite Products LLC, (800) 543-3580, www.miteebite.com. CHALLENGE: Increase part quality and productivity when deep-cavity micromachining while achieving tight tolerances. SOLUTION: A heat-activated, wax-based compound for holding parts.

Chuck aids retention knob work
Author: CTE Staff
Published: April 2015
END USER: JM Performance Products Inc., (800) 322-7750, www.jmperformanceproducts.com. SOLUTION PROVIDER: Hainbuch America Corp., (800) 281-5734, www.hainbuchamerica.com. CHALLENGE: Enhance precision and shorten changeover time when machining retention knobs. SOLUTION: Quick-change collet chucks.

Milling heads don't get the shaft
Author: CTE Staff
Published: March 2015
END USER: Machine Tool & Gear Inc., (989) 743-3936, www.machinetoolgear.com. SOLUTION PROVIDER: Horn USA Inc., (888) 818-HORN, www.hornusa.com. CHALLENGE: Overcome excessive tool wear and poor surface finishes when machining flats on a steel truck shaft. SOLUTION: A milling tool that exerts all cutting forces downward and cuts freely.

Shop cleans up its act with MQL
Author: CTE Staff
Published: March 2015
END USER: Sigma Machine Inc., (269) 345-6316, www.sigmamachine.net. SOLUTION PROVIDER: Unist Inc., (800) 253-5462, www.unist.com. CHALLENGE: Eliminate excess coolant to improve shop floor safety and cleanliness. SOLUTION: Minimum quantity lubrication systems.

Endmills that can take the heat
Author: CTE Staff
Published: February 2015
END USER: Northwood Industries Inc., (419) 666-2100, www.nwindustries.com. SOLUTION PROVIDER: IMCO Carbide Tool Inc., (800) 765-4626, www.imcousa.com. CHALLENGE: Efficiently machine stainless steel parts without breaking endmills. SOLUTION: 6-flute, solid-carbide endmills.

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