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See Fully Hydrostatic HBM, Now Built in US
Having been around for more than 160 years, UnionChemnitz says it is the oldest existing machine tool manufacturer in Europe. Based in Germany, the designer and manufacturer of custom horizontal boring mills (HBMs) presents its first HBM built in th...
Adding “See” to 5S
The “S’s” that comprise lean manufacturing’s 5S workplace organization concept are commonly known to stand for sort, shine, simplify, standardize and sustain. 5S is often the first step machine shops and manufacturers take on their lean journey.
TechTrends App Points to the Future
AMT–The Association For Manufacturing Technology is testing a beta version of its new software application, TechTrends, at the AMT Experience in Booth NC-785.
Co-Located Shows Expand to Enhance IMTS
Already hosting more than 2,000 exhibitors in 1.3 million square feet of exhibit space, it’s hard to imagine IMTS getting any bigger.
Music, Festivals and Sports, Oh My!
Looking to venture outside of McCormick Place this weekend? The windy city has a lot to offer.
Mikron Provides Machining Flexibility
In a business environment where efficiency is more important than ever, manufacturers are continually looking for new ways to optimize their production processes. Achieving higher volume at a reasonable per-piece cost without a loss in quality is a ...
Hydromat Offers Robust Rotary Transfer Concept
Hydromat (St. Louis, Missouri) is presenting its new Eclipse concept at its Booth S-8348, a 12-station rotary transfer machine featuring a ground-up redesign of the company’s traditional concept with all new components.
Maximum Material Handling
Vises, chucks and tombstones are just a few of the fixtures being loaded and unloaded by the Eco-Compact 20 in a live demo of this flexible and compact automation system at Lang Technovation’s Booth E-4128.
High Precision from Hanwha
Hanwha Machinery America (Franklin, Wisconsin) is exhibiting a variety of high-precision Swiss-type machines in its Booth S-9484, including the new XD42N, and the enhanced and redesigned XD12III.
Tool Data in 3D Enhances CNC Simulation
The latest version of Vericut simulation software from CGTech (Irvine, California) has, among other new features, the enhanced ability to read in 3D solid model data of cutting tool assemblies for use in the simulation process.