Addup News

AddUp and Dassault Aviation: towards an automated additive manufacturing workshop for aeronautics

AddUp and Dassault Aviation are collaborating to move metal additive manufacturing processes from "prototyping" to "mass production" for aeronautics. To achieve this, additive technology must be optimized to demonstrate its capabilities in terms of quality, reproducibility, and productivity, to consider the mass production of metal parts that will then be integrated into aircraft.


Fully Automatic, Safe and Precise

Grede Holdings LLC has its origins in a foundry established in 1920 in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Today, with 3,000 employees at ten locations in North America, the company is one of the leading experts in the field of metal casting.

Cincinnati Incorporated News

CINCINNATI Cobotic Technology takes Welding Automation to a New Level

Automation is the word in manufacturing today, and Cincinnati Incorporated is continuing its tradition of innovation with the introduction of industry’s newest welding technology. Simple to use and easy to program, the CINCINNATI Cobotic 100T Welding Cell is the first of its kind for TIG welding.


Self Grip is Parting the Ways

Back in the seventies, ISCAR introduced SELF-GRIP, the brand name of the original blockbuster parting tool design concept. According to the design concept of the SELF-GRIP tool, a pressed carbide insert was clamped into a tool blade using the blade's elastic forces without the need for mechanical securing elements. At that time, other manufacturers also attempted to clamp inserts into a parting tool using the same principle.

Tungaloy News

Accelerated Finishing of 3D Parts with SolidMeister’s New Barrel Endmills

Tungaloy has introduced eight new barrel-shaped solid carbide endmills to its SolidMeister series. The SolidMeister series offers a complete range of high-performance solid carbide square shoulder endmills, ball nose endmills, and high feed cutters to provide solutions for a broad range of applications, for rough to finish machining in any type of material, with high productivity and extended tool life.

Seco Tools

Seco Hydraulic Chucks and Reduction Sleeves Take the Hassle Out of Tool Holding

Manufacturers must overcome specific machining challenges cost effectively. With this goal in mind, Seco offers its comprehensive range of Hydraulic Chucks and accompanying Reduction Sleeves in three versions, each able to accommodate several tool shank size variations for reduced tooling inventory. With 360° tool-shank holding strength and precise centering, the Hydraulic Chucks and Expansion Sleeves ensure reliability, along with exceptional machining performance and maximized tool life.


Minimum quantity lubrication with MAPAL Green tools protect resources

To successfully implement MQL, all parts must be coordinated in the production process. The machine, MQL system, medium, workpiece material, clamping fixture, process sequence, extractor system, tool and clamping technology form one unit. MAPAL offers almost all its tools in versions for MQL.

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