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The collaboration between KINTO and Sandvik Coromant stems from the need to offer Sandvik Coromant employees tailored mobility solutions. To get the most use of the new car sharing station, Sandvik Coromant is also allowing the public to rent and use the cars. The cars will be available for booking by the hour up to monthly.
Combined drive technologies and e-mobility require a multitude of precision-ground components. The manufacturer of high-quality grinding technology, Fritz Studer AG in Thun, considers itself ideally equipped to meet this requirement with its productive machining concepts and high-quality grinding machines.
A new white paper from Eriez details how shred yards can obtain maximum profitability by upgrading to low copper shred.
In 2021, Zac Blume, chief technology officer at Inergy, a solar generator manufacturer, was an early adopter of the Bantam Tools Desktop CNC Milling Machine.
Marlor Tooling has been designing and manufacturing cutting tools for more than 20 years. The company has invested in a new linear grinder with robotic loading and RFID technology.
Cutting Tool Engineering's July 2022 issue will focus on how shops can meet demand for stringent boring operations. Bores must be machined with micron accuracy and maintain critical tolerances in low- and high-volume manufacturing applications. New digital solutions in boring and machine tool systems are set to transform industrial production. To supplement this report online, CTE will address some of these solutions during its Ask The Experts webinar scheduled for 10 a.m. (CDT) on Wednesday, July 20th.
Material choice and innovations in metal cutting are supporting the transition to more environmentally friendly vehicles, and demand for vehicles is increasing.
Permanent lifting magnets are powerful magnetic devices that can load and unload burn tables and, when properly installed and operated, provide greater safety than many other mechanical material handling devices.
Savvy machine shops are adding advanced forging equipment to create precision titanium components at a lower cost, in volume.
Stalybridge, UK-based engineering company Park Engineering has increased the size of parts it can machine and subsequently measure on a coordinate measuring machine (CMM).
The Starrag site in Rorschacherberg in Switzerland is synonymous with highly productive, long-lasting machining solutions in the aircraft industry. This is what made this site the perfect choice for the Starrag Competence Center Aerospace.
Aerojet Rocketdyne uses metal 3D printing technology from Velo3D to make a critical flight component lighter, smaller, and much less expensive than its predecessors.
Experience lower costs, improved quality and absolutely consistent finishing results with drag finisher technology.
Plate heat exchangers are found in numerous industrial applications, and essentially use metal plates to transfer heat between two fluids. Their use is burgeoning as they out-perform conventional heat exchangers (often a coiled pipe containing one fluid that passes through a chamber containing another fluid) as the fluids being cooled are in contact with a much greater surface area, which optimizes the transfer of heat and greatly increases the speed of temperature change.
A VDW study calculates above-average growth in global investment up to 2040.
Producing highly accurate parts for e-vehicles requires exacting deburring equipment. One German manufacturer turned to shot blast equipment to meet required specifications.
Since 1986, the Bestway Products Company has manufactured a full line of saw blades that enable tight, intricate cuts that have helped Panafab create products cost effectively.