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Published: 5/16/2014

How “Nano-Onions” Help Improve Cutting Performance
Nano-scale carbon structures blended with this company’s coolant is said to provide increased tool life and overall cutting performance.

Published: 3/14/2014

Maximize Coolant Life with Efficient Tramp Oil Removal
Increased demands for high surface finish and close part tolerance create a greater need for manufacturers to purify coolants that are constantly being cycled through precision machinery.

Published: 12/16/2013

External-Coolant Live Tooling Heads Get an Upgrade
One of the most important aspects of effective coolant usage is precise delivery to where it is needed in the cut.

Published: 10/23/2013

The Changing Role of Metalworking Fluids
Every aspect of the metalworking process is under scrutiny to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, including the use of metalworking fluids.

Published: 8/14/2013

Reducing the Cost of Water Recycling
This evaporator system is an affordable, yet effective, alternative for manufacturing water reuse and recycling.

Published: 7/17/2013

Shopfloor Data and the Future of Manufacturing
Redundancy is far too common in many areas of life. Standardized processes that streamline production might be the perfect solution.

Published: 2/25/2013

How to Capture Liquid Smoke
Liquid smoke droplets are almost 30 times smaller than average mist droplets, and capturing them requires a very efficient and well-thought-out mist collecting system.

Published: 2/25/2013

On-Call Coolant Reclamation Unit
Portability enables this coolant reclamation unit to be used on many different machine tools. Plus, it can be used without shutting down the machine.

Published: 10/18/2012

Metalworking Fluid Management and Best Practices
Cutting metal is a complex process involving many critical factors to be successful. Correctly applied metalworking fluids is one of these critical factors.

Published: 9/17/2012

Considerations for Machining Exotics
In manufacturing, the term “exotic” is used to describe materials that display excellent wear characteristics, durability and service life in high heat, extreme cold or corrosive environments.