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Published: 1/22/2020

Communication Clears Machine Monitoring's Morale Hurdles
When pen-and-paper methods of tracking job efficiency left AccuRounds’ engineers and managers in the dark, the shop switched to MachineMetrics. But machine monitoring brought morale challenges along with it. 

Published: 1/15/2020

Machine Monitoring Provides an Objective Lens
Automatic, real-time shopfloor data collection tempers the bias that blinds manufacturers to the real reasons for downtime.  

Published: 12/17/2019

CNC Data Unleashes Shop Management System
Machine monitoring evolves from a progress-tracking tool to a foundational element of quoting, scheduling and process planning.

Published: 12/14/2019

Data-Driven Spirituality Provides Tangible Gains
Digital technology could help CNC machine shops put more heart and soul into their work.

Published: 12/6/2019

Discovering New Machining Technology at Mazak
A recent event at the company’s North American campus attended by more than 2,000 manufacturing professionals highlighted a wealth of new CNC machining technology.

Published: 11/16/2019

5 Benefits of Sourcing CNC Machining Work Online
Machine learning saves time, makes pricing fairer, inspires improvement initiatives, and even insulates manufacturing businesses against economic shocks.

Published: 10/28/2019

How to Collect and Use Machine Data
Manufacturers don’t need to limit the machine monitoring data they collect, but they do need to know how to collect the data and how to use it to drive decisions.

Published: 10/12/2019

AI Demands Meaningful Metrics
Machine learning can identify patterns and trends faster than any human, but correlations are only as meaningful as the data driving the analysis. 

Published: 10/9/2019

Taking A Reading on Gages
Are we taking advantage of the vast amounts of dimensional information that a gage or hand tool can produce? Certainly not if the information presented on the gage display reads only “over,” “under” or “good.”

Published: 10/1/2019

Bar Feeders Evolve to Interconnectivity
Bar feeding continues to broaden its contributions to making turned parts faster and better. Ethernet interconnectivity can be the next step to increased profitability.