The economic impact of the coronavirus is predicted to draw a negative effect on Germany’s precision tools industry in 2020.
Modern Machine Shop editors routinely visit machining facilities to report on shops that are succeeding. Here is what our editors found on seven recent shop visits, all related to using labor more efficiently.
Studer introduces new features to its external universal cylindrical grinding machines S33 and S31, which now provide additional distances between centers.
Morris Group Inc. has signed an agreement with Soraluce for exclusive rights to distribute the company’s product line throughout the United States.
A three-person German machine shop applies quick-change workholding and flexible robotic automation to succeed in a high-mix/low-volume production environment.
More than 91,000 attendees gathered at the AMB trade show in Germany to visit 1,553 exhibitors and talk about the impact of e-mobility, Industry 4.0 and other relevant topics.
To improve component finish as well as engine and gearbox performance for its customers, this racing motorcycle rebuild company based in the UK has gears and other components treated with a super-finishing process common to jewelry and aerospace applications.
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.
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.