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Published: 8/10/2016

Making Machine Tool Research Accessible
With a decision as weighty as acquiring a new machine tool, it helps to have as much data as possible close at hand.

Published: 7/18/2016

Integrating Additive Manufacturing without Inhibiting Machining
CNC machining is the superior process for dimensional precision. Can AM be added to the machine tool without compromising this strength?

Published: 6/20/2016

The Value of 3+2
Full-five-axis machining is complex and neat to watch, but five-axis positioning is appealing in its own right.

Published: 4/22/2016

Video: Think Twice Before Reaching for That Ballnose
Another type of tool engages comparatively more of the work to facilitate larger stepovers for improved efficiency and surface finish in five-axis finishing operations.

Published: 3/28/2016

The Subtle Clue That a Spindle Is About to Fail
A shop that regularly replaces its spindles found the indicator predicting when this replacement would be needed.

Published: 3/10/2016

Machining Centers Maintain Rigid, Stable Performance
This month’s curation of products focuses on a diverse variety of machining centers.

Published: 2/29/2016

Five-Axis Machining Complements Additive Manufacturing
Intricate components made through laser melting go directly to a five-axis machine as part of a service combining additive and subtractive processing.

Published: 2/12/2016

Five-Axis Demands a Talented Supporting Cast
This mold manufacturer’s choice of workholding, programming and cutting tool technology helped maximize the time available to navigate the challenges of getting used to its first-ever five-axis machining center.

Published: 2/11/2016

Improving, Consolidating at DMG MORI Open House
The 2016 event in Pfronten, Germany, emphasized new machine iterations as well as growing standardization.

Published: 1/22/2016

Five-Axis Blends Require Minding Ballnose Tolerances
Proper symmetry, expressed via the end mill’s diameter and radius tolerance, is critical to ensure smooth surface finishes during five-axis contouring operations.