NSK

Benefits of NSK NH series linear guides clearly visible in glass machining application

An Italian manufacturer of glass processing machinery is benefitting from the adoption of NH series linear guides from NSK. Now serving in a vertical drilling and milling machine for flat glass products, the NH30 (stainless steel version) linear guides overcome a number of challenges to deliver optimal performance for end users.

Bunting europe News

HML Recycling Operate Bunting Magnetic Separators

Effective metal separation is one of many important processes in HML Recycling’s specialist metal recycling operation in Accrington, UK. HML has installed Bunting Permanent Overband Magnets in their cable recycling process, and a Metal Separation Module on a new line for recycling perfume bottle tops.

DMG MORI News

FULL SPEED AHEAD FOR MEDICAL ENGINEERING – NO SPEED LIMIT WITH MIKRON TOOL

Joint projects implemented by DMG MORI and Mikron Tool in the medical engineering sector have clearly highlighted that, as well as the choice of machine, having the right tools is essential. This know-how plays an important role, particularly in the DMG MORI Medical Excellence Centers.

Mastercam News

Two Different Productivity Mindsets in One Shop

Sixty percent of business for Toner Machining Technologies consists of designing and building hydraulic workholding fixtures for high volume production manufacturing. Customers for these tools include OEMs as well as second tier suppliers to the automotive, defense, aerospace, and heavy truck industries. According to Toner, they write CNC programs for all the precision parts they will need using Mastercam for the build/machine operations.

Keyence UK

Versatility of VHX-7000 Brings Academic and Commercial Benefits to Leading UK University

World-leading microscopic technology from KEYENCE is enabling a major UK research institution to carry out highly detailed observation, analysis and measurement on projects in fields ranging from microbiology and invertebrate biology to mycology, forensic science and geological thin section analysis.

Metrios

Measuring complex sintered components

THE SINTERING “GREEN PROCESS”: RECYCLING AND MINIMIZING PRODUCTION SCRAPS.

Keyence UK

Keyence VHX-7000 4K digital microscope helps archaeologists improve their understanding of the ancient world

The Archaeology Department of the University of Liverpool has carried out two ground-breaking projects that have improved our understanding of how human culture developed in ancient times. Playing a key role in that research has been the Keyence VHX-7000 Series Digital Microscope, the world's first 4K ultra-high accuracy microscope.

Keyence UK

IM-7500 Image Dimension Measurement System takes complex component readings quickly, easily and accurately

Aerotron Avotec is a maintenance and repair organisation in the aviation industry that specialises in the repair and overhaul of a variety of rotary and fixed wing aircraft components for civil and military customers. The company is based in Scotland. Aerotron Avotec is renowned for its technical excellence and meticulous approach to repairs as well as offering one of the lowest warranty rates in the aerospace industry.

Keyence UK

Instant High-Precision Measurement System Cuts Inspection Time for Presspahn

Specialist engineering solutions provider Presspahn built a reputation for supplying a range of industries with materials and components for electrical insulation, thermal insulation and mica-based insulation. The company has remained ahead of the market by adopting modern manufacturing techniques driven by innovation, precision and consistency backed by low costs and minimal lead times.

Keyence UK

New KEYENCE measuring system helps NEMA Ltd in its quest for the highest quality standards

“How long is a piece of string” goes the famous English-language saying. It may be a good answer when no obvious answer otherwise exists. But when it comes to measuring anything, getting the figures right is often a crucial part to any successful undertaking. We know this from experience: the history of engineering is littered with errors of all magnitudes – and regardless of the actual margin of error involved, outcomes can be costly. Very costly indeed.

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