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10/12/2018

Walter USA Tool Catalog Now in MachiningCloud

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Walter USA customers are expected to be able to increase productivity and achieve greater accuracy by more easily downloading tool information directly into their CAM, simulation and tool management systems.

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Walter USA (Waukesha, Wisconsin) now has product data available on MachiningClouda product data provider for cutting tools, CNC machines and workholding. Over 40,000 of the company’s tools for milling, turning, drilling and threading applications can be accessed there.

The Walter-MachiningCloud partnership takes advantage of cloud-based technology, which enables customers to optimize the way they gather information for their manufacturing operations by searching for the proper cutting tool that best fits their application, Walter USA explains. Walter customers are expected to be able to increase productivity and achieve greater accuracy by more easily downloading descriptive, usage and geometric information directly into their CAM, simulation and tool management systems.

“At Walter, we believe that good product data is the foundation for optimizing our customer’s digital processes. With the Walter catalog on MachiningCloud, we have reached another milestone on this journey,” says Konstantinos Bountolas, who is responsible for product data and digital solutions. 

“We are very pleased that customers can now find Walter product data on MachiningCloud”, says Pierre-Francois Tavard, senior product manager for MachiningCloud. “In a world eager to embrace Industry 4.0 technology, MachiningCloud will help deliver up-to-date product data right from Walter’s knowledge base to Walter’s customer desktops and tablets.”

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