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Unattended Sinker EDM Burns, Shaped Diffuser Holes

For discharge machining of cooling air holes and shaped diffuser holes in blade and vane segments, Makino offers its EDBV3 fast-hole drill EDM.


Comprehensive Software Suite for Gear Design and CAM

Breton SpA’s Breton Gear Suite is a complete software package featuring the company’s Gear Design and Gear CAM environments.


AM Division Moves to Larger UK Facility

Renishaw has relocated its Additive Manufacturing Products Division (AMPD) to a larger, 90,000 ft2 facility in Stone, Staffordshire, U.K.


Firms Partner for Quality Control in Metal-Based AM

EOS and Germany’s MTU Aero Engines have signed an agreement for joint strategic development related to a system of quality control for metal-based additive manufacturing.


Divisions Combined into Large AM Service Organization

Stratasys has combined its RedEye, Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies divisions to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, now one of the largest 3D printing and advanced manufacturing service organizations in the North America.


Hybrid Machine Combines Metal Powder Technology with 5-Axis Machining

German machine tool maker Hermle has integrated additive manufacturing capability into its C 40 U five-axis machining center.


3D Printing System Designed for Industrial Series Production

ExOne has announced its largest 3D printing system, the Exerial, marking a move from rapid prototyping and small batch production, for which the company’s other systems are used, to industrial series production.


HSM CAM Software Improves Surface Machining

NCG CAM v14 includes new features such as UV surface machining.


3D Printing Database Includes Machines and Materials

Senvol has launched a free, online database of additive manufacturing machines and materials.


Waterjet Cuts Delicate, Complex Patterns

Omax’s MicroMax JetMachining Center is capable of cutting micron-level parts or features from materials including exotic metals, composites, polymer thermoplastics and glass.





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