Advanced Engineering 2016
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Metal removal rates increased by 500%

Manufacturers attending VISI’s recent user days at DMG Mori and Nikken, saw how the new Waveform Roughing Strategy in the latest release of the software improves material removal rates by up to 500 per cent. Live demonstrations of waveform, on… Continue Reading →

Roller burnishing eliminates grinding and polishing tasks

From an introduction by Mollart Engineering of its Elliott roller burnishing tool range to a customer, it has been able to replace separate time consuming OD finish grinding and unpredictable manual polishing operations on steel forming rolls to now create… Continue Reading →

ETG celebrates 20 years representing Chiron

Twenty years after setting up Chiron Werke UK Limited and selling their first Chiron FZ series machining centre, the company – now trading as the Engineering Technology Group – has sold many hundreds of Chiron machines into the UK in… Continue Reading →

Igus Triflex RS dresspack universal module for multi-axis industrial

triflex R, the energy chain solution from igus designed to deal with the three-dimensional movement needed by industrial robots, and the new compact universal triflex RS dresspack module. As well as electrical and pneumatic lines, industrial robots often require feed… Continue Reading →

Starrag developments open up high-speed aluminium cutting

Starrag has expanded its range of five-axis horizontal machining centres targeted at aluminium cutting with a host of developments to satisfy all machining needs in companies of every size. Starrag has announced an uprated 83 kW range, added a 30,000… Continue Reading →

Turning technology showcase at Citizen’s annual Open House

Central to Citizen’s 2016 Open House between 11 and 13 October will be the first UK demonstration of a key breakthrough in machining technology that is not only able to increase cutting performance, but also create gains through improved and… Continue Reading →

Guhring drill is the top prize for Robot War Warriors

Over the summer months Robot Wars has been back on our TV screens with 40 distinct combat robots battling it out for the prestigious accolade of being crowned the 2016 champion. Self-built by the competitors and fighting in a purpose-built… Continue Reading →

Value for money

When Sheffield based Special Quality Alloys chose to bring the sawing of large diameter nickel-based superalloys in-house, they naturally turned to Prosaw for advice on processing these extremely tough materials. The decision to discontinue the use of sub-contractors for this… Continue Reading →

Tornos announce Open House dates

For manufacturers looking for the latest turning innovations, Tornos UK has now announced that it will be hosting its 2016 Open House event from the 11th to 13th October at its Coalville headquarters. The event will see the established SwissNano,… Continue Reading →

A 50%–60% increase in productivity at GR Contracts

When G R Contracts, a leading supplier of structural steelwork for the construction industry, were looking to invest in new steel processing machinery to increase productivity and reduce production costs, they never envisaged that it would have such a radical… Continue Reading →

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