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Published: 3/9/2017

Manufacturing News of Note: March 2017
Siemens launches a workforce development program, a new capacity-sharing platform gets funded by GE and other industry news.

Published: 3/3/2017

A Waterjet Machining Center that Fits
At first, abrasive waterjet machines were naturally at home in the fabricating shop. Today, certain models resemble a typical, fully enclosed CNC machine and they fit well in a machining job shop setting.

Published: 1/16/2017

Manufacturing News of Note: January 2017
Okuma showcases IIoT-enabled technologies, a large welding machine is getting developed for lightweighting R&D, and other industry news.

Published: 12/12/2016

Manufacturing News of Note: December 2016
The U.S. Department of Labor chooses NIMS to develop more apprenticeships, Siemens and Stratasys form a partnership to promote additive manufacturing, and other industry news.

Published: 11/28/2016

Video: Conventional Thinking on Laser Cutting Is All Wet
With a jet of water serving as a guide, a cooling medium and a cleaning agent, this laser cutting technology for small features like turbine blade cooling holes suffers none of the traditional process drawbacks.

Published: 9/23/2016

Drilling “Invisible” Holes
UV laser micromachining makes it possible to drill holes that are not visible to the human eye—until they are meant to be seen, that is.

Published: 8/2/2016

Laser Versus Waterjet for 2D Metalcutting
When should you choose laser cutting over waterjet, and vice versa? A metal fabricator offers some guidelines.

Published: 6/23/2016

Innovations in Tube Processing
The BLM Group’s recent Tube Innovation Week was the perfect setting for live demos, technical discussions, celebration of its 15th U.S. anniversary and news of upcoming growth.

Published: 5/17/2016

Laser, Waterjet Systems Work on Parts from Large to Tiny
This month’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight focuses on machines for laser and waterjet cutting.

Published: 2/22/2016

Compact Laser Texturing Machines for Small Parts
Three- and five-axis laser texturing machines with a compact footprint are ideal for engraving or performing other surface treatments to micromachined workpieces.