• Posts Tagged ‘Machining’

    Ultrasonic machining—causing the cutting head of a machine tool to oscillate as well as rotate—is not new. It dates back to the middle of the last century and originally involved the use of an abrasive slurry in combination with the movement of the tool. Now, though, it is far more likely to resemble conventional...

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    Watch our special video report. 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...

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    Watch our special video report. Is the Taiwanese Touch the beginning of a new trend in the industry? Taiwan is the world’s 6th manufacturer and the 5th exporter of machine tools. Seventy-five percent of machine-tools made in Taiwan are exported. At IMTS, the International Manufacturing Technology Show that took place...

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    An increasing number of U.S. manufacturers are embracing the concept of smarter machining and the Industrial Internet of Things.   The IoT is fundamentally reshaping the industrial landscape, according to Beth Parkinson, director of market development at Rockwell Automation’s Connected Enterprise. Machine and equipment...

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    Mazak unveiled its new VARIAXIS i-800T Multi-Tasking machine combining liquid nitrogen cryogenic technology and five-axis milling and turning capabilities. It not only delivers highly efficient processing for complex aerospace components, but also prevents the formation of detrimental white layers common when...

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    Concerns about the environmental impact of fluids and lubricants have resulted in new eco solutions. But choosing the best option is not that simple.   Worldwide, more than 50% of lubricants are discharged into the environment, according to the Baden-Württemberg State Environmental Protection Agency. Germany’s RWTH...

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    Jobs unveiled a new linear motor milling center, developed for composite machining in aeronautical applications, including die and parts machining, tool management and the treatment of machining residues. The five-axis LinX 35 compact motor milling machine uses a mobile crossbeam to support both high-speed and...

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