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Apr 2015  
 
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TECHNOLOGY CENTER
TECHNOLOGY CENTER
YG-1 Tool Co. Ltd. created its new U.S. Technology Center in Charlotte, N.C., to better support its customers and markets through specialized manufacturing, engineering, R&D and training. 

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Linear motor axes drive cost savings, speed and accuracy
Linear motor axes drive cost savings, speed and accuracy
WEISS North America Inc. has introduced its latest in dynamic drive technology for your basic axis, the lightweight, aluminum profile-based HG 12 and HG 25 linear motor axes.

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Safety controller node cascades up to 32 sensors onto 1 loop
Safety controller node cascades up to 32 sensors onto 1 loop
SICK announced the launch of the Flexi Loop safety controller node.

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Nonmagnetic encoders are for magnetic environments
Nonmagnetic encoders are for magnetic environments
Heidenhain Corp. offers NUMERIK JENA encoders that are non-magnetic.

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Crystalline silicon solar panel production lines
Crystalline silicon solar panel production lines
MAG is expanding its solar panel manufacturing systems business with the establishment of U.S.-based operations to build and distribute crystalline silicon (c-Si) module production lines with capacities up to 130 MWp.

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Article results:
Vertically aligned
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: April 2015
Vertical machining centers play a central role in the growth of S&S Machine Shop.

Cut the chatter
Author: Wade Anderson, Okuma America
Published: April 2015
Methods for minimizing chatter.

Fixing linear positioning errors
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: March 2015
In a typical machine-tool-axis positioning system, the workpiece is mounted on a table that slides along flat, straight guide ways. The table may be supported on the guide ways by rolling elements or by a thin film of oil or grease. A screw controls the table position along the guide way. The rotation of the screw in the nonrotating nut that is fixed to the table drives the table left or right. The rotation of the motor translates into linear table position through the pitch of the screw.

A clear view on vision panels
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: February 2015
The cutting zone in a machine tool is dangerous. Hot chips and large quantities of coolant are often safety threats, but a tool rotating at a high speed is an even greater one.

Cryogenic machining systems can extend tool life and reduce cycle times
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: February 2015
Efficient removal of heat from the tool/workpiece interface is the main route to high-productivity machining. Several conventional methods are available to accomplish thatódry machining, minimum-quantity lubrication, flood coolant and high-pressure coolantóbut cryogenic machining can be added to the list.

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