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AutoCrib offers RFID-controlled inventory tracking system
AutoCrib Inc. unveiled its new IntelliPort Lite, the company's latest radio frequency identification (RFID) portal.
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Herkules offers low-cost ceiling fans
Herkules Equipment Corp. introduces a new light-weight, quiet, and cost efficient ceiling fan for cooling large warehouse and manufacturing facilities.
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Tool management system enables supply chain efficiencies
One of the most fundamental keys to running an efficient and cost-effective plant is having the right tool in the right place at the right time. While the cost of a milling or turning insert may range from a few dollars to significant investment, not having that tool available when needed can shut down an entire production line or more, resulting in missed delivery dates and lost profits. That is why tooling technology leader Kennametal Inc. is announcing new expansions of its ToolBOSS tool-management system.
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Vertical carousel provides 40 percent energy savings
The Megamat RS Vertical Carousel from KardexRemstar Inc. has been developed using construction and production techniques focused on energy-saving and environmentally friendly considerations.
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Membrane system for recycling dye penetrant rinse water
Sanborn Technologies has introduced a line of NF (Nanofiltration) membrane systems for recycling the rinse water from dye penetrant inspection stations.
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Surging Ahead
Author: Alan Rooks, Editorial Director
Published: September 2014

Growing U.S. auto market needs supply flexibility and more lightweight parts.
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Salary Rebound
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: August 2014

Cutting Tool Engineering magazine's biennial salary survey for 2014 shows the earnings of metalworking professionals heading upward.
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Making The Invisible Visible
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: August 2014

A tool inventory management system shows who's using what and for what purpose.
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Keeping Machines And Operators Cool And Clean
Author: Kip Hanson, Contributing Editor
Published: June 2014

Shops today are more aware of environmental conditions. Mist collectors and electrostatic air cleansers are not uncommon and many manufacturers realize there's little chance of attracting high-caliber work from customers when the shop is a pigsty.
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Preventive Maintenance An Important Part Of A Shop's Routine
Author: Evan Jones Thorne
Published: June 2014

Preventive maintenance can drastically reduce the frequency and the extent of the damage when machine tools and other shop equipment break. Most machine tool builders and other equipment providers will provide the necessary maintenance steps to keep equipment up and running. But how those steps are taken is up to each shop.
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Machine Tooling 101
The Madison Area Technical College, Madison, Wis., addresses the value of its 2-year machine tooling program, which emphasizes moldmaking and tool and die skills in the second year.
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Specialty Status
Sandvik Coromant video report suggests that collaboration, hyperspecialization and technology can help manufacturing companies prepare for the future.
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Responding To Change
Thomas W. Malone, a professor at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, suggests in the latest Sandvik Coromant "Looking Ahead" video series that recognizing and rapidly responding to change will be critical to the success of any company in tomorrow's business environment.
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Hyperspecialization Age
In it's second Looking Ahead video, Sandvik Coromant gathered industry experts to talk about talent mismatch, employment outsourcing and the age of hyper-specialization.
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Future Challenges
Sandvik Coromant takes a closer look at the macro trends influencing the future of the manufacturing industry in a brief video report that identifies four areas of special interest: rapid urbanization, sustainability, new advanced materials and new technologies.
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