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Three-Part Industry Focus Marks AgieCharmilles Booth

GF AgieCharmilles, a provider of wire and die-sinking electrical discharge machining (EDM) systems, thee- and five-axis milling machines and laser texturing technology, is showcasing how it can help a manufacturing company improve its part processin...


“Screw Machine” Industry 2012

“Back in the day,” screw machine shops were easily identifiable: focused primarily on turning of high volumes of parts from relatively simple screws and fasteners to more complex hydraulics and pneumatic valves and bodies.


Samchully’s Focus on Five-Axis Machining

Samchully Machinery Co. has manufactured workholding devices for a variety of machine tool builders in South Korea for 30 years, and in March 2010, it made a move to gain greater market share in the North and South American markets by establishing a...


Swiss-Type Company Zooms in on Micro Drilling

Shops focused on Swiss-type turning should add GenSwiss Booth W-1592 to their IMTS exhibitor “hit lists,” according to GenSwiss Marketing Manager Scott Laprade. He says the company differentiates itself by focusing solely on Swiss-type machining.


Integrated Chip Systems

Chip management and coolant recycling can play a large role in a shop’s efficiency and productivity. A first-hand beneficiary of such equipment in its own manufacturing operations, Prab sees twice the incentive in continually strengthening its chip ...


Machining Suppliers Hone in on Mold/Die Market

Key machining equipment manufacturers that have been focusing on the mold and die market are showing these wares at IMTS, with features like advanced CNC controls and higher spindle feeds that will result in a better-quality surface finish and reduc...


Who Invented the ER Collet?

The standard ER collet is the most widely used cutting tool clamping system around. So who invented it?


Marubeni Citizen-Cincom is Ready for Company

Anticipating a great IMTS 2012, Marubeni Citizen-Cincom (MCC) is rolling out the red carpet for show visitors interested in precision machined parts in the 2-mm- to 64-mm- diameter range.


Machining Center Control Offers Optional Turning Functions

Minimizing setup time by combining machining operations is a priority for many manufacturers, and the technology to achieve this is part of what they’re looking for at the show. Heidenhain says one of the keys to this is the CNC.


Cryogenic Machining Increases Material Removal Rates and/or Tool Life in Hard-to-Machine Materials

MAG demonstrates its Minimum Quantity Cryogenics (MQC) machining technology and explains the technology’s capabilities and advantages in a Learning Lab conducted throughout every day of the show in Booth S-8519.


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