Previous webinars hosted by Cutting Tool Engineering are available to browse here.
Oct. 25 — Join Cutting Tool Engineering for a one-hour grinding webinar based on the "Diamond in the Wheel" feature article published in the October 2023 issue of CTE magazine. Authored by Thomas Namola and Jeremiah Wolf — product development and applications engineers at Abrasive Technology LLC — the article discusses the use of optimized single-layer diamond tools for cutting and shaping natural fiber-reinforced composite material. Namola and Wolf recap the article and take questions from webinar attendees.
June 28 — Based on the "Deburring and Chamfering" feature article published in the June issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine, this webinar uses the article by James Engineering as a launching point to address a few audience questions about deburring as well as the ROI calculations to consider if you plan to move from a manual deburring process to an automated system capable of handling high volume.
May 24 — Jay Gordon, North American Sales Manager Saws and Hand Tools, for The L.S. Starrett Co., share tips on optimizing sawing processes. During an interactive Q&A conversation, Jay covers best practices for cutting challenging materials and offers tips on how to select the right band saw blade. He will also offer recommendations for what every operator should know before starting to make cuts.
April 26 — Martin Dillaman, global manager of engineering/applications for Greenleaf Corp., recaps and takes questions regarding "Making the Grade," a feature article published in the April 2023 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine that discusses how the use of the right carbide inserts helps overcome any issues that might arise when rough turning steel. In addition, RoboVent Senior Application Engineer Mike Meyer discusses and takes questions about "Air Quality Issues for Turning," which CTE published as a sidebar to "Making the Grade."
March 22 — Join Cutting Tool Engineering and UNISIG CEO Anthony Fettig for a Deep Hole Drilling webinar based on an article in the March 2023 issue of CTE magazine that offers a detailed overview of what deep hole drilling entails.
February 22 — Cutting Tool Engineering and Sandvik Coromant presented this one-hour webinar focused on how shops can add tool life and gain productivity advantages when performing facemilling and unrepeated shoulder milling for the automotive market. The webinar is based on "A Lighter Touch," a feature article published in the February 2023 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine. Sangram Dash, who authored the article and served as the webinar presenter, is the global product application manager for indexable milling at Sandvik Coromant.
January 25 — This 30-minute webinar offers our readers an opportunity to take a deeper dive into the "Thread Without Dread" article published in the January 2023 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering. The article, which features insight from EMUGE-FRANKEN USA and Tapmatic Corp., maps out strategies for meeting the special challenges of putting screw threads in titanium.
July 20 — Cutting Tool Engineering's July 2022 issue focused 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. To supplement this report online, CTE addressed some of these solutions during its Ask The Experts webinar held July 20, 2022. The Ask The panel consisted of Rigibore Inc. President Anthony Bassett and BIG DAISHOWA Inc. Senior Product Specialist Matt Tegelman.
April 20 — Cutting Tool Engineering's April 2022 issue included a feature article about double-sided inserts and high-feed indexable insert milling tools that can help reduce production costs. To supplement this report online, CTE hosted a webinar April 20, 2022, titled "Ask The Experts: Indexable Inserts." Robert Bokram, cutting tools product manager with Ceratizit USA, presented recent technological advancements that now allow toolmakers to produce inserts that they "could only dream about in the past."
February 23 — Utilizing the latest machining options is important for shops to remain competitive and profitable. Cutting Tool Engineering hosted a webinar presented by CAMWorks that explored revolutionary technology and toolpath generation that reduce machining cycle time and increase tool life.