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Published: 2/24/2015

Automotive IMTS 2014
This video, which first appeared in the Advanced Manufacturing Center (AMC) during the 2014 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) was designed to address answer some quick questions about the automotive industry.

Published: 2/24/2015

Manufacturing Trends 2014: Automotive 2025
Established fuel economy values, which raise the standards to an equivalent 54.5 mpg by 2025 is going to require the transformation of cars and trucks.

Published: 3/8/2013

Workholding That Works for Jesel
The maker of racing engine components produces parts that have many permutations within each product line. Here is how Jesel sets up work for cost-effective, responsive machining.

Published: 6/21/2012

Video: 3D Printing for Assembly Tooling
Additive manufacturing offers an option for quickly creating custom tools.

Published: 6/3/2011

Video: Milling with Full Flute Length
A shop captured this footage of the way a software feature permits deep cutting in steel.

Published: 9/22/2010

Video: Remote Spindle Vibration Analysis Explained
A new remote spindle monitoring technology offers a way to predict spindle issues before they become major problems that adversely affect production.

Published: 9/10/2010

Video: Splitter Waterjet Machining at Michael Waltrip Racing
A waterjet machine cuts multiple polycarbonate “splitters” used on the front facia of a Nascar race car.

Published: 9/10/2010

Video: Turn-Mill Probes for Accurate Camshaft Machining
Feature-to-feature accuracy for diesel camshaft segments is possible thanks to in-process probing.

Published: 9/8/2010

Video: Dual-Wheel, Vertical Grinding of a Camshaft
In this video, one of EMAG's VTC machines grinds a camshaft using two opposing grinding wheels. Opposing the wheels in such a way cancels axial forces on the camshaft.

Published: 9/8/2010

Video: Swiss Machining of Airbag Component
The capability to perform multiple operations, including backworking, makes these machines attractive for complex, short parts like this airbag component.

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