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Nov 2015  
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Powerful coolant delivery system boosts productivity
Powerful coolant delivery system boosts productivity
Walter has introduced Walter Turn Precision Coolant, a powerful and targeted coolant delivery system that produces a direct coolant supply through the insert clamp and along the flank face of the insert.

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Femtosecond laser is for micromachining applications
Femtosecond laser is for micromachining applications
The Rapid FX from Coherent Inc. is a cost-effective femtosecond laser solution for high precision micromachining of metal, glass, sapphire, ceramic and other dielectric materials.

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Horizontal bandsaw provides fast, accurate cuts
Horizontal bandsaw provides fast, accurate cuts
Built to deliver fast, accurate cutting on all types of materials, the 8 x 12 horizontal bandsaw from Palmgren features a saw head and base made from cast iron and rigid steel to eliminate vibration and deflection.

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Kasto extends its bandsaw range
Kasto extends its bandsaw range
KASTO Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG is extending its product portfolio: The sawing technology specialist is extending the KASTOwin band saw range that it first introduced in 2014 and, with the KASTOwin tube A 5.0, is introducing a model that has been specially designed for machining tubular material.

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Semiautomatic cutoff machine is for carbide and HSS rods
Semiautomatic cutoff machine is for carbide and HSS rods
The all-new Rush Easy-Cut semiautomatic cutoff machine is designed and manufactured by Rush Machinery for cutting carbide or high speed steel rod and tool ends.

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Article results:
Shot peening offers a cost-effective way to make stronger metal products
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: October 2015
Medieval soldiers did it to strengthen their armor, Civil War engineers did it to improve gun and cannon barrels, railroad men did it to locomotive axles before they rolled into the untamed West and Henry Ford did it to enhance parts bound for his new invention, the assembly line. More recently, aircraft manufacturers began doing it to virtually every square inch of their metal wares before sending them skyward. What shared action connects these warriors, inventors and manufacturers? The cold working of metal workpieces.

Can milling compete with grinding for rapid stock removal?
Author: David Graham and Philip Varghese, Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives
Published: September 2015
Many times in making parts for aerospace engines with high temperature alloys like IN-718, Rene-95 and Waspaloy it is necessary to remove large amounts of material. Traditionally companies use, milling, turning or broaching to remove most of the material and then finish-grind to size. The engineers at Norton/Saint-Gobain’s Higgins Grinding Technology Center have determined that for these materials grinding can, in many instances, remove the material more quickly and economically than turning or milling.

Long and short of broaching
Author: Chris Tate
Published: September 2015
Many options are available for removing stock and shaping workpieces. Broaching is one of the most productive, underutilized—and least understood.

Trochoidal milling can tackle the hard stuff
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: September 2015
Milling metals hardened to 52 HRC and harder with solid-carbide cutters doesn’t require a heavy-duty, high-performance machine tool when a machinist employs trochoidal milling and applies cutting tools with an appropriate substrate, coating and geometries. (With Video.)

Burn the burr
Author: CTE Staff
Published: August 2015
END USER: Danfoss Power Solutions, (515) 239-6000, www.danfoss.com. SOLUTION PROVIDER: Kennametal Inc., (800) 835-3668, www.kennametal.com. CHALLENGE: Efficiently deburr machined hydraulic manifolds. SOLUTION: A machine that deburrs via thermal energy.

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