An exciting step towards the UK-based additive manufacturing facility's opening in Q1 2021, the Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) has confirmed it has purchased two Renishaw RenAM 500Q machines - chosen to increase efficiencies and quality while reducing each part's weight, waste and costs - as well as a joint development collaboration with Renishaw's leading additive manufacturing team.
Okuma Europe GmbH, the European representative of the world’s market leader for CNC machine tools, is expanding communication and improving transparency. The aim is to strengthen the process of partnership and extend the access to detailed information on machines and automation solutions.
Coronavirus has meant that GrindTec 2020 was postponed for 8 months, making the trade fair appearance of Biberach sharpening specialist VOLLMER even more exiting: What until now has only been talked about and written about can now be seen live.
Simufact, part of Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division, has introduced metal binder jetting (MBJ) simulation, that is enabling manufacturers to predict and prevent the distortion that sintering processes will have on parts at the design stage for the first time. The new simulation tool marks a significant step forward for additive manufacturing because it helps manufacturers achieve the quality they require while exploiting the unique benefits MBJ offers for volume production.
Sandvik Coromant carbide grades offer greatly extended tool-life and more reliable performance.
Sandvik Coromant is upgrading its range of turning inserts for machining ISO-P steels. The tooling specialist has launched two new carbide grades that are designed for external and internal machining of low-alloyed and unalloyed steels. The new inserts, called GC4415 and GC4425, deliver increased toughness, heat resistance and predictable wear.