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Published: 9/24/2010

The Many Ways Ford Benefits from MQL
Clean machining using minimum quantity lubrication has allowed Ford’s Van Dyke transmission plant to become fundamentally more efficient and effective at manufacturing six-speed automatic transmissions.

Published: 1/18/2010

Coolant Filtration Yields Significant Savings
While many shop managers intuitively understand the importance of properly maintaining coolant, it's likely that few have calculated the actual cost savings of doing so. Keller Products says the 80-percent savings realized by one customer after ...

Published: 12/10/2009

CYCLO COOL Advanced Technology Fluids
(Sponsored Content) The metal manufacturing industry is dynamic and evolving toward medical and aerospace titanium machining applications. MAG’s CYCLO COOL Advance Technology Fluids are meeting the titanium machining challenges with CYCLO COOL 5000....

Published: 11/9/2009

CYCLO COOL 900 Series
(Sponsored Content) MAG’s CYCLO COOL 900 cutting fluid series has a unique formula that performs well within the aerospace industry in replacing typical soluble oils and semi-synthetics. These fluids provide huge cost savings in reducing non-schedul...

Published: 10/28/2009

Applying Minimum-Quantity Lubrication: 3 Articles and a Video
These three articles and a video explain why shops should consider minimum quantity lubrication.

Published: 10/13/2009

CYCLO COOL Cutting Fluids
(Sponsored Content) CYCLO COOL cutting fluids consist of a large range of premium metalworking fluids designed for the various dynamic metal manufacturing industries. More specifically, general job shop manufacturing facilities are extremely impress...

Published: 9/11/2009

The Case For Supplementary Fire Suppression
Systems designed to put out fires inside machine tools can provide a level of protection that external systems such as overhead sprinklers cannot. They cost a small percentage of the investment represented by today’s CNC machines and certainly far l...

Published: 7/23/2009

Integrated Solutions for Chip Removal and Fluid Filtration
Shops can easily view chips simply as waste, hardly giving a second thought to the disposal process and the potential related savings. By keeping an eye on the waste and choosing the most efficient methods of chip disposal, a shop can easily add to ...

Published: 6/10/2009

Coolant And Center-Drilling Considerations For Machining Small Holes
Through-spindle coolant is good if you can get it, but the spot drilling might not be necessary. Try a pilot hole instead?

Published: 12/15/2008

Complementary Technologies Make MQL More Accessible
An add-on system for minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) combines an external pump with repeatable control over nozzle position.