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Industry News Items

 Tsugami/Rem to host PMPA conference

 GF Machining Solutions opens California facility

 Additive mfg. sees increase in production parts

 Okuma to host Dec. tech showcase

 Marshall Mfr. wins Romi machine

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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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Understanding Tapered Spindle Connections
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: December 2014

The Machine Technology column in the December 2014 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering discusses the essentials of tapered spindle connections.
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When More Is Better
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: October 2014

Simultaneous machining on two to four spindles enhances efficiency and lowers the cost per part for high-volume production.
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Preloading Ball Nuts
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: October 2014

The advantages of preloading ball nuts.
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Mega-Multiplex
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: September 2014

Heavy-duty multitask machine tools provide numerous benefits for producing large, complex components—when the application is right.
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Pros And Cons Of Different Guide Ways
Author: Dr. Scott Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Published: September 2014

Scraping is one of the oldest and most historically significant metal-removal processes, notes Dr. Scott Smith in his Machine Technology column of the September 2014 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine.
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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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