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Published: 9/11/2018

XXL Machines Shine in New, Modern Design
DMG MORI’s two XXL machines, the DMU 200 gantry and DMU 340 gantry, are pulling the crowds at its booth, not just due to their large size and five-axis simultaneous machining capabilities, but also because of the new stealth design.

Published: 9/11/2018

How a Racing Team Machine Shop Is Also a Job Shop
A panel discussion featuring racing legend Tony Stewart, a machining manager from Stewart-Haas Racing, and a lubrication expert from ExxonMobil sheds light on challenges machining parts for a race team and the value of establishing close company rel...

Published: 9/11/2018

Tornos Spotlights Century-Long Progression into Multitasking
At Tornos’ booth, the company is featuring No. 20, a Swiss-type lathe made in 1917, and visitors can assemble pens made from different Tornos machines, including SwissDeco 36 multitasking single-spindle lathe.

Published: 9/11/2018

Misumi Celebrates #80Sextillion with Four Towers of Technology and Amusement
The manufacturer and distributor of mechanical and electrical components is showing off many of its capabilities and accomplishments, one being the 80 sextillion part configurations that are globally available.

Published: 9/11/2018

SLM Solutions Showcases Possibilities of Metal 3D Printing
SLM Solutions is exhibiting metal 3D-printed parts that illustrate the capabilities of powder-bed fusion systems.

Published: 9/11/2018

Students Experience the Manufacturing Classroom of the Future
As the future of our manufacturing workforce, it’s important for students attending the Smartforce Student Summit to understand what technologies they will be working with once they enter the workforce.

Published: 9/11/2018

From Cybersecurity to IIoT: The Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit Promises Operational Improvement
Topics to be discussed at the IMTS-co-located Hannover Messe conference include robotics, the Industrial Internet of Things, digital twins and cybersecurity.

Published: 9/11/2018

Take the Bull by the Horns
Visitors to Hermle’s booth will find the company’s newest machine model, the C 650 five-axis machining center, machining a bull that is sure to catch the eye of many show attendees.

Published: 9/11/2018

Cutting a Rug (and Metal, Too)
If attendees time their visit to Iscar’s booth just right, not only will they see the latest in metal cutting tools from the company, but they will also be entertained by two interpretive dancers on the booth’s stage.

Published: 9/11/2018

See Chip Control and Chipless Cutting at Marubeni Citizen-Cincom
Visit Marubeni Citizen Cincom’s booth to see how the new Low Frequency Vibration (LFV) cutting technology deals with the problem of chip accumulation.