Jeff Tryles, Director of Sales, Slater Tools Inc.
A fast and efficient machining method, rotary broaching is used for making squares, hexes, splines, serrations, keyways, Torx-type and a range of many other internal and external polygon shapes on a workpiece. If your shop uses machines such as CNC lathes and mills, Swiss-type machines and machining centers, then you already have the capability to use this efficient technique and benefit from it as an alternative to outsourcing or having to use slower and more costly methods of producing a shape in a part. Full Article
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HELLER Machine Tools
Capital spending globally may not be where the industry had expected it to be in 2013, but our cautiously optimistic outlook is based on the refinement of our portfolio of innovative and competitive products, as well as new products presented at EMO. Full Article
Alan S. Gregerman, PhD, President and Chief Innovation Officer of VENTUREWORKS Inc.
We all know that innovation is vital to the success of manufacturing companies of all shapes and sizes. In order to grow and prosper, they must continually deliver even greater value to the customers they have the privilege to serve. Full Article
Bill Gibbs, President/Founder, Gibbs and Associates
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing (3DP), is almost 30 years old. 3DP has become a catch-all phrase that encompasses over a dozen technologies that form parts through sequential, thin layer build-up of material. Full Article
Editor in Chief Sarah A. Webster
So, CBS’ “60 Minutes” parachuted into Detroit to tell the story of the city’s bankruptcy, and sadly, it missed the biggest point. Full Article