MaxShot Next by Creaform is an optical coordinate measuring system for large-scale metrology projects, is designed for use by quality control and product development specialists from the aerospace, automotive and transportation industries.
Complete machining solutions at component level are improving cost-efficiency for the aerospace industry. By Lim Gan Shu, Southeast Asia marketing manager, Walter AG
This 5-axis machining centre is designed specifically for small, complex, 3-D contouring of high-quality part production as typically seen in aerospace machining, medical manufacturing, high-end job shop and die/mould applications.
Innovative, advanced processes for deburring, surface finishing and shaping are making it possible to improve quality and productivity, as well as economic efficiency. By Doris Schulz
Takumi’s H10 double-column machining centre’s rigidity and thermal stability makes it suitable for parts that require fast processing, high precision and quality surface finish, such as die and mould, aerospace and other high-speed applications.
Revenues from titanium-based additive manufacturing are expected to grow to over US$1 billion by 2026. Important world trends are playing a part in reassessing the market opportunities for the material. By SmarTech Publishing
Manufacturing in the United States (US) would be the ninth-largest economy in the world, when taken alone. The manufacturing industry was valued at US$2.1 trillion in 2014, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, International Monetary Fund. By Jonathan Chou
Okuma’s MA-12500HW horizontal machining is suitable for large-part aerospace machining. The machine’s maximum load capacity is 5,000 kg. The W axis has a maximum tool length of 1,100 mm. Both the standard 50-taper, 6,000-rpm, 60/50-hp spindle; a 12,000-rpm wide-range spindle or a 4,500-rpm heavy-duty spindle are available.
As Taiwan’s machine tool industry matures, it aims to make its mark on the trends that are shaping the global market.