Worldwide: With increased demand in mass production plants in various sectors, including defense and intelligence, electronics, automobile, and machinery, the computer numerical control (CNC) is grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5 percent to bring in US$18.3 billion by 2022, according to a forecast by research firm Allied Market Research.
If you want to be successful as a contract manufacturer and as a supplier to businesses, working on reliability, flexibility and precision count most. By Blaser
Part of Holroyd’s EX series, the 8EX milling machine is capable of milling profiles of up to 850 mm in diameter.
CGTech will be holding demonstrations on the latest version of its Vericut software during the AeroDef Manufacturing Conference & Exposition with Composites Manufacturing, to be held on February 8-10, 2016 at Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, California.
In the aerospace industry, precision is key to not just durability, but also other considerations such as safety and cost efficiency. Andrei Petrilin, Technical Manager Indexable Products and Gaby Zehavi, Tefen & Industry Manager Blades & Blisks for Aerospace, Tefen share their expertise with APMEN.
The Formaker, produced by Zhuhai CTC Electronic Company Limited, has debuted on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. A four-in-one dual-head 3D printer, it also does computer numeric control (CNC) engraving, laser cutting and printed circuit board (PCB) etching.
Okuma America Corporation has announced that CGTech, a developer of CNC software for simulations, verification, optimisation and analysis technology, has joined Partners in THINC. The association provides technologies integrated with Okuma’s CNC machines and controls in order to deliver advanced manufacturing system solutions.