28 November 2014

Custom-designed tools may well be the way to go for stack machining. Contributed by Gan Shu Lim, marketing, Walter AG Singapore

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23 October 2014

APMEN put spoke with Marcos Rosenzvaig, Iscar’s oil & gas industry manager to dissect the energy sector from a metalworking perspective. 

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17 September 2014

Heat-resistant superalloys and titanium alloys are exotic. While they have superb properties, they also demand exotic solutions in the form of dedicated tools and carefully developed methods if competitive efficiency and good results are to be achieved. By Christer Richt, technical editor of Sandvik Coromant

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04 August 2014

Reuven Shapir, Iscar’s aerospace industry manager gives us his take on the aerospace industry from a cutting tool supplier’s point of view.

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25 July 2014

Marcos Rosenzvaig, oil & gas industry manager of Iscar gives us an update on the latest cutting technology in the world of oil & gas.

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25 July 2014

High temperature alloys make machining turbine blades more complicated and expensive, giving rise to the need for more creativity in terms of tool selection and milling strategies. Contributed by Andreas Elenz & Thomas Schaarschmidt , Walter Tübingen.

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25 July 2014

Milling tools developed in recent times need to provide operational flexibility in order to machine increasingly complex components. By Tapio Alatalo, global product manager (Square Shoulder/Helical Milling), Seco Tools

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