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Variations on the Rotary Transfer Theme

The rotary transfer concept is relatively simple to understand, but there are a variety of ways it can be adapted to suit specific parts manufacturing needs.

Win a T-shirt and Maybe, Free IMTS Admission

All you have to do is submit a 150-word story about what the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) means to you.

Tell a Story, Get a T-Shirt

What does the International Manufacturing Technology Show mean to you? If you can tell your story in 150 words or less, you will be rewarded with a green IMTS 2016 T-shirt, some stickers and other items. The contest is open until June 15, 2015.

Do Your Kids Know What You Did at IMTS?

See videos aimed at young people that were filmed at IMTS and broadcast to schools while the show was underway. These videos are part of a new microsite with resources to help kids understand careers in manufacturing.

Where Were the Counters of Cutting Tools?

Visitors to IMTS 2014 may have noticed that some cutting tool manufacturers did not have row upon row of new product counters and tabletop displays in their booths. Why? Because the emphasis has shifted to data about cutting tools.

Sandvik Coromant Breaks World Record While Supporting Industry

Sandvik finds a unique way of drawing attention to the contribution manufacturing makes to the country’s bottom line, while also investing in the future of the industry.

IMTS 2014: The Draw was the Technology

First and foremost, manufacturers attend trade shows to see new technology. New technology is what they got at this year’s IMTS.

Impressions of IMTS 2014

Attendance was up 14 percent from the previous show. Here are some impressions of what made IMTS this year distinctive.

Off-Centerline Milling, Drilling and Tapping Take Center Stage

Fives brings off-centerline turning, drilling, milling and tapping capabilities to its Giddings & Lewis vertical turning centers with a new Y-axis attachment that combines a C-axis head with table and X- and Z-axes motions.

Video: Virtual Field Trip Filmed at IMTS and Broadcast to Schools

“Technology Applied” is a video series aimed at young people that was filmed and produced this week at the show. Watch the first episode.

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