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Okuma’s OSP Control is 50 Years Old

In 1963, Okuma introduced its first CNC the OSP. OSP stands for Okuma sampling path, which emphasized the innovation of creating a digital representation of a machine tool’s cutting path.


Radar-Based Collision Protection

Researchers are working toward radar-based collision protection for machine tools. Here are some thoughts about what a development such as that might mean.


Video: Machine Shop of the Future

Siemens produced this attractive video to illustrate what it sees as a likely representation of the machining facility of the future.


MTConnect Aids Robotic Automation

MTConnect will make robots more flexible. That’s the implication of recent work by a team of researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).


“CNC Retrofit” Often Means More

This video testimonial provides an inside look at the myriad benefits Major Tool & Machine has realized from a new CNC platform—but like other, similar projects, implementing that platform required a complete motion system overhaul.


Webinar Makes a Compelling Case for MTConnect

MTConnect is an industry standard that specifies a protocol for data communication between machine tools and other manufacturing equipment or systems. Mazak is an early adopter of MTConnect and a strong proponent of its benefits to improve overall e...


FANUC FA America Celebrates 35 Years in the Americas

Founded in Japan in 1956, FANUC has contributed to the automation of machine tools as a pioneer in the development of computer numerical controls. In 1977, FANUC USA was founded with headquarters originally in Elk Grove Village, Illinois to provide ...


Control Maker Certifies Education Institutions

FANUC FA America is now offering a Certified Education CNC Training Program.


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