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Short torch from Hypertherm is for 3D plasma cutting
Hypertherm is launching a modified HPRXD torch developed in cooperation with HGG Profiling Equipment B.V., a global manufacturer of 3D profiling machines with its headquarters in The Netherlands.
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KMT Waterjet introduces a new pump
KMT Waterjet has announced the production and availability of the new KMT Waterjet Streamline SL-VI Series Pump.
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Book provides a guide to machine parts faster
Published by Industrial Press Inc., "CNC Trade Secrets: A Guide to CNC Machine Shop Practices" by James A. Harvey is your one-stop guide to help you produce machine parts faster, with fewer errors, and with less labor.
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Rego-Fix expands reCool system for Swiss automatics
REGO-FIX introduced an expansion of its popular retrofit reCool system to include a version engineered to facilitate coolant-through operation on Swiss automatic machine tools.
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Cutting tips have a copper finish
ESAB's Global Center of Excellence for Gas Apparatus announces a new copper finish for its OXWELD series of high-performance acetylene, alternate fuel, specialty cutting and steel industry products tips included in its gas apparatus product line.
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Selecting Surface-hardening Methods
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Senior Editor
Published: October 2014

The choice of selective suface-hardening methods depends on workpiece size, shape material and application, but they can be grouped in two main categories: thermal and mechanical.
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As The Broach Turns
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: September 2014

Rotary broaching allows machine shops to bring broaching in-house.
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Launch Pad: Threadmilling Is An Attractive Alternative To Tapping
Author: Timo Mager, Walter AG
Published: August 2014

Orbital thread milling is an attractive alternative to tapping, according to a report filed by Walter AG.
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Higher Gear
Author: Frank Berardi, Ingersoll Cutting Tools Co.
Published: August 2014

Gear makers embrace indexable-insert tools.
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Rain Rider: JDA Aqua Cutting And JDA Custom Offer Both Machining Services And Motorcycle-related Products
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: July 2014

The manufacturing industry has a long tradition of machine shop employees wanting to be their own boss and starting their own shops. Gary Lee took a similar path but with a twist.
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Rough Start
A shop using electroplated grinding wheels has observed a horrible surface finish on the first several parts produced by a new wheel. Though the surface finish gradually improves, the shop turned to the Grinding Doc for a solution to the problem.
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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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Is It Really Worth It To Use A CBN Wheel?
A shop is grinding hardened steel, and periodically switches between a CBN wheel and an aluminum-oxide wheel. Given that the shop is getting pretty much the same material removal rate, surface finish and cycle times with both wheels, shop staff are beginning to wonder if it is really worth it to use a CBN wheel. Dr. Jeffrey Badger, the Ask the Grinding Doc columnist for Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, responds.
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Getting Toast With Your Plunge Roll?
A shop recently asked Dr. Jeffrey Badger, Cutting Tool Engineering magazine's Ask the Grinding Doc columnist, to settle an argument about which way to run the dresser when rotary plunge diamond dressing aluminum-oxide wheels.
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Getting The Wheel To Open Up
The Grinding Doc helps a shop having trouble getting its CBN wheel to open up before it burns the first few hardened steel parts, which then must be scrapped.
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