3 companies partner with MachiningCloud Inc.

Published
August 24,2018 - 02:15pm

MachiningCloud Inc.Over 6,000 of Allied Machine’s holemaking products can now be found on MachiningCloud. Included in this release are the GEN3SYS, GEN3SYS XT, GEN2 T-A, Original T-A, and Structural T-A replaceable insert drilling product lines. Allied Machine & Engineering Corp. is a global manufacturer of cutting tools designed specifically for holemaking and hole finishing. MachiningCloud is a product data provider for cutting tools, CNC machines and workholding.

The Allied MachiningCloud partnership utilizes the convenience of cloud-based technology, which enables customers to optimize the way they gather information for their manufacturing operations by effortlessly searching for the cutting tool that best fits their specific application without searching through catalogs or multiple websites.

Furthermore, Allied’s customers are now able to increase productivity and achieve greater accuracy by easily downloading descriptive, usage and geometric information directly into their shop floor software, such as CAM, simulation, and tool management systems.

“MachiningCloud provides a fantastic platform for simplifying data exchange and providing customers with valuable research tools for all their holemaking and finishing applications.” Eric Tope, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Allied Machine & Engineering explains, “We understand that designing processes can use up precious manufacturing time. With this partnership, CNC programmers can quickly access Allied’s 3D models for collision testing and simulation as well as 2D drawings for documentation. In partnering with MachiningCloud, we look forward to helping customers select the optimum tooling for their unique projects with ease.”

“The ability for Allied’s customers to feed product data directly into their shop software offers a tremendous benefit over paper catalogs and websites as MachiningCloud eliminates the need for manual entry”, says Christophe Rogazy, Director of Product Management for MachiningCloud. “Finding the right cutting tool quickly and reducing the time to assemble the optimum combination of tool components will enable customers to save time and improve their shop’s workflow”.

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Over 10,000 solid carbide endmills, drills, routers and reamers can be accessed on MachiningCloud. KSPT customers can also find over 9,500 3D tool images on MachiningCloud. KSPT manufactures high performance tooling in the machining and metalworking industry. MachiningCloud is a product data provider for cutting tools, CNC machines and workholding.

The KSPT MachiningCloud partnership utilizes the convenience of cloud-based technology, which enables customers to optimize the way they gather information for their manufacturing operations by effortlessly searching for the proper cutting tool that best fits their cutting conditions without having to search through catalogs or multiple websites.

Furthermore, KSPT’s customers are now able to increase productivity and achieve greater accuracy by easily downloading descriptive, usage and geometric information directly into their shop floor software, such as CAM, simulation, and tool management systems.

“One of the most important goals of KSPT is to be easy to work with as a supplier. The MachiningCloud data platform is yet another way for KSPT to achieve this goal. We anticipate many new business opportunities will result due to the easy implementation of KSPT product data in a standardized application-based format, thus driving more Value at the Spindle,” says Mark Stockinger, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at KYOCERA SGS Precision Tools.

“We are excited to help customers save time and increase efficiency by offering Kyocera SGS Precision Tools product data on the Cloud. KSPT customers will be able to quickly find the right tools for their jobs without spending too much time searching through various resources. All they need will be in one place”, says Christophe Rogazy, Principal Product Manager of MachiningCloud.

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OSG and MachiningCloud jointly announce their partnership to provide OSG Cutting Tool product data on the cloud. OSG manufactures taps, end mills, drills, and indexable cutting tools. MachiningCloud is a product data provider for cutting tools, CNC machines and workholding.

The OSG MachiningCloud partnership will utilize the convenience of cloud-based technology, which enables customers to optimize the way they gather information for their manufacturing operations. This technology allows machinists to effortlessly search for the proper cutting tools that best fit their cutting conditions, without having to read through catalogs or multiple websites.

Furthermore, OSG’s customers will be able to increase their productivity and achieve greater accuracy by easily downloading descriptive, usage and geometric information directly into their shop floor software, such as CAM, simulation, and tool management systems.

“OSG is excited to partner with MachiningCloud. MachiningCloud has created an effective and efficient application that allows OSG’s cutting tool data to be easily shared with our customer base. Their cloud-based application provides essential up-to-date details to help identify the right OSG cutting tool for every type of job”, says Donna Gialo, Marketing Manager of OSG USA.

“We are very happy to partner with OSG”, says Pierre-Francois Tavard, Senior Product Manager of MachiningCloud. “In a world eager to embrace Industry 4.0 technology, MachiningCloud will help deliver up-to-date product data right from OSG’s knowledgebase to OSG’s customer desktops and tablets.”

Related Glossary Terms

  • computer numerical control ( CNC)

    computer numerical control ( CNC)

    Microprocessor-based controller dedicated to a machine tool that permits the creation or modification of parts. Programmed numerical control activates the machine’s servos and spindle drives and controls the various machining operations. See DNC, direct numerical control; NC, numerical control.

  • computer-aided manufacturing ( CAM)

    computer-aided manufacturing ( CAM)

    Use of computers to control machining and manufacturing processes.

  • feed

    feed

    Rate of change of position of the tool as a whole, relative to the workpiece while cutting.

  • metalworking

    metalworking

    Any manufacturing process in which metal is processed or machined such that the workpiece is given a new shape. Broadly defined, the term includes processes such as design and layout, heat-treating, material handling and inspection.