Mitutoyo MiScan Measures Micro-Forms


IMTS Spark: Mitutoyo America’s MiScan offers vision and coordinate measuring capabilities, including a micro-form scanning probe, the MPP-Nano.

Sugino's Cavitation Waterjet Process Offers Shot Peening Alternative


IMTS Spark: Sugino debuts its new cavitation watejet peening technology.

Oelheld's SintoGrind HHS-X 1400 Oil Benefits HSS Grinding


IMTS Spark: Oelheld’s SintoGrind HSS-X 1400 grinding fluid is said to fill a gap in the market for high-performance fluids for high speed steel (HSS) applications.

Hainbuch Modular Workholding System Offers Two-Jaw Module for Square Shapes


IMTS Spark: Hainbuch’s modular workholding system, which consists of chuck and jaw modules, now features a two-jaw module for holding square parts.

Norton's Xtrimium Dual Worm Wheel Performs Grinding and Polishing


IMTS Spark: Norton’s Xtrimium gear grinding wheel from Saint-Gobain Abrasives features a dual-worm design enabling grinding and polishing with the same grinding wheel.

Renishaw RFP Probe Adds to Revo Measurement System Flexibility


IMTS Spark: Renishaw’s RFP probe adds non-contact structured light inspection to the multi-sensor capability of the Revo system.

Milltronics TRM3016 Toolroom Mill Offers Large Travels


IMTS Spark: The TRM3016 from Milltronics is a toolroom mill that offers travels of 30" × 16" × 20".

Global Shop Solutions' Cloud ERP Eliminates Need for On-Premise Servers


IMTS Spark: Designed to eliminate the need of on-premise servers and the costly IT support they demand, Global Shop Solutions’ cloud-based ERP software was specifically created with manufacturers in mind.

United Grinding’s Walter Helitronic Raptor Offer Flexibility


IMTS Spark: United Grinding Group’s Walter Helitronic Raptor and Helitronic Raptor Diamond represent two tool grinding solutions that deliver flexible, cost-effective processing.

MC Machinery's Mitsubishi SV12P Features AI Control Technology


IMTS Spark: With adaptive control technology, the Mitsubishi SV12P sinker EDM from MC Machinery is said to take the guesswork out of estimating machining time.