Mazak Optonics Corporation
2725 Galvin Court
Elgin , IL 60124 US
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Replacing Manual Labor with CAD/CAM-Powered Laser Cutting
Manual box-section steel cutting took days and was inconsistent in quality. A laser machine powered by Radan software has reduced component fabrication time from days to hours.
What JIMTOF Had to Show Us
We present here some of the interesting and visually appealing snapshots from JIMTOF 2012.
Modular Automation Systems Increase Cutting Capacity
Mazak Optonics’ modular automation systems are designed to increase laser-cutting capacity without requiring additional skilled manpower.
Watch this slideshow to see products designed to increase productivity and ease operator training in manufacturing applications.
Servo Head Reduces Laser Piercing Time
Mazak Optonics says its servo head with piercing detection that monitors laser-processing conditions, reduces piercing times and improves cutting performance across a range of applications.
JIMTOF Report: From the Field
The Japan International Machine Tool Fair (JIMTOF) is Japan’s most important machine tool show. The 2008 show reinforced the trends observed at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) that took place in Chicago two months earlier. Along with a review of the show, this article summarizes editorial visits to two new machine tool factories. The report shows that Japan continues to be a dynamic force in machine design and construction.
Laser Cutter Taps Into “Done-in-One” Fabrication
Multitasking machines offer a number of advantages, including reducing multiple setups that require manual material handling and refixturing. However, many fabricators still use multiple operations on separate machines to process tube and pipe components. Secondary operations such as tapping are especially prob
Not Your Typical Job Shop
This family-owned job shop has developed an integrated fabrication and machine shop in order to satisfy customers' changing needs. In doing so it has become an example that other shops might want to imitate.