26 April 2017

From increased tool complexity to controlled micro geometry, modern applications of tool grinding have changed radically. What’s in store for the future? By Jeff Foregard, general manager, Anca Asia

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12 April 2017

Development in anti-vibration tools is able to reduce or even eliminate problematic vibrations. By Rafi Ravoach, Iscar ISO turn product manager

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29 March 2017

Recent research has shown that carbon dioxide for milling on exceptionally difficult materials with promising results. By Lim Gan Shu, Southeast Asia marketing manager, Walter AG

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22 March 2017

Digitalisation of tool selection and assembly creation can increase machining efficiency. By Sandvik Coromant

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14 March 2017

A visible shift of energy source, materials and design prompts even more intricate processing of automobile components. By Masatoshi Nojiri, OSG applications engineer

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31 January 2017

Both CVD and PVD coatings for metal cutting inserts are seeing continuous improvements for adhesion, toughness and wear properties. By Jonathan Chou

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02 January 2017

Cutting aluminium requires a range of machinery depending on the end-use application that vary from aircraft to window blinds with techniques that rely on higher speeds and lower cutting forces compared to metals like steel to ensure optimum cutting geometry. By Stephanie Riegel-Stolzer, member of the Kasto management board.

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26 December 2016

A smaller, but higher capacity press blanking machine at Volkswagen’s main production facility at Wolfsburg in Germany has changed the steel cutting workflow for the automaker. By Simon Scherrenbacher, specialist press officer for Schuler.

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19 December 2016

Throughout history, materials and advances in material technology have influenced humankind. Now we just might be on the verge of the next shift in this type of technology, enabling products and functions we never believed possible. By Sandvik Coromant

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12 December 2016

Soaring demand for specialised bearings is driving fast-paced changes in mass production techniques aimed at quality and price. By Robi Nudelman, Bearing Industry Manager, and Yair Feraro, Application Engineer at Iscar.

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