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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
SICK announced the launch of the Flexi Loop safety controller node.
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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
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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Low-profile encoders for small motors
HEIDENHAIN Corp. now introduces new low profile incremental rotary encoders with block commutation tracks, especially suitable for use in small-dimensioned servo motors.
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Reversal Techniques In Measurement
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: August 2014

The Machine Technology column in the August 2014 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine reviews the use of the reversal technique in machine measurement.
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Hydrostatic Bearings Support Heavy Loads
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: July 2014

Dr. Scott Smith of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte discusses the benefits of hydrostatic bearings in his Machine Technology column for the July 2014 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering.
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Sonic Shaper: Ultrasonic Machining Is A Sound But Unsung Option
Author: William Leventon
Published: July 2014

You may not have heard, but ultrasonic waves can help machine precise features into hard, brittle materials.
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Milling With Constant Force
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: June 2014

There are many reasons for cutting force to vary, even during stable milling. These include tool teeth entering and exiting the cut, instantaneous changes in chip thickness, and tooth orientation changing as the tool rotates. However, it is possible to arrange the cutting conditions in a simple way and keep the cutting force constant.
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Swiss Profusion
Author: Dave Nelson, Productivity Inc.
Published: May 2014

‘More of everything’ boosts Swiss machining productivity—and complexity.
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Technology Shift
New cutting technologies are about to transform the gear manufacturing industry, according to a Sandvik Coromant video report. How manufacturers respond to this new technology from indexable gear tools will shape the future competitive landscape.
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AgieCharmilles Open House
Video report features the Form 20 sinker EDM machine, the Mikron HSM 400U LP 5-axis milling machine, and the Cut 300 Sp and Cut 200 mS wire EDM machines.
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Spindle Safety
Jakob Antriebstechnik, a spindle manufacturer in Germany, recently demonstrates its Motor Spindle Safety System, which is said to prevent major damage when spindle collisions occur.
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Datron Features 'next Generation'
Datron Dynamics Vice President Bob Murphy offers an overview of the M10 Pro, considered to be the "next generation" in the company's line of high-speed machining centers. The M10 Pro features linear scales on all axes driven by over-sized motors and drives that yield a +/- 5µm-position accuracy.
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Boost For Lathe Tool Inventory
During IMTS 2012 in September, the Morris Group Inc. announced an exclusive agreement with SU-matic, a subsidiary of Suhner Holding AG of Switzerland. The deal means Velocity Products, a division of the Morris Group, will supply the North American metalworking industry with tooling for Okuma lathes, multitasking machines and machining centers.
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