VIDEO. Smart Machining is Just an App Away

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    Machining is catching up with the digital age. New apps for smartphones and tablets are now emerging. Some use Bluetooth technology to connect directly to a boring head, for example, to check tooling status. Others function as a hub for technical information, making it immediately available on a phone. This is just the first step toward the total electronic remote control of machine tools.

    DirectIndustry e-magazine tested two such applications now available for free at any app store.

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    Camille Rustici is the Online Managing Editor for DirectIndustry e-magazine, with years of experience in business issues for France 24, Associated Press…

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