VOLLMER News

DANISH TOOL MANUFACTURER PUTS ITS TRUST IN VOLLMER

Danish tool manufacturer, TN Værktøjsslibning, is a name that may be a bit of a mouthful, so they often shorten it to TN Slib. The word "Værktøjsslibning" means "tool grinding", and that is exactly what the company does: It produces coated, solid carbide milling cutters and drill bits, which can be made to order or can be chosen from more than 50 standard models.

PH HORN News

High chip volume with high-feed milling

Paul Horn GmbH is pleased to present a new development for high-feed milling.

VOLLMER News

DANISH TOOL MANUFACTURER PUTS ITS TRUST IN VOLLMER

The Danish tool manufacturer's name, TN Værktøjsslibning, is a bit of a mouthful, so they often shorten it to TN Slib. The word "Værktøjsslibning" means "tool grinding" in English, and that is exactly what the company does: It produces coated, solid carbide milling cutters and drill bits, which can be made to order or can be chosen from more than 50 standard models. It also offers resharpening services and advice. At the beginning of 2020, TN Slib decided to purchase the VGrind 340S tool-grinding machine, which Biberach-based sharpening specialists VOLLMER had brought to market a year earlier. The VGrind 340S is a newer iteration of the time-tested yet highly innovative machine concept on which the VGrind series is based.

LEINE LINDE LTM News

COMPACT ENCODER FOR USE IN AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

In a cold rolling steel mill, very aggressive liquids are used in the rolling process, making it a very demanding environment. Not even an encoder in anodized aluminum would last here for more than possibly a year.

Sandvik News

The battery boom

As production of electric cars increases so does the need for lithium-ion batteries, raw materials and reliable and efficient heating technology. Sandvik is ready to meet the demand.

Fanuc News

Optimized 5-axis Post Processor for FANUC CNCs

FANUC America has introduced a new post processor designed to optimize 5-axis capabilities in FANUC CNCs.

Mazak News

Precision engineering firm invests in British-built 5-axis machinery

A leading Leicester-based precision engineering company has reaffirmed its commitment to high-quality, high-accuracy production by becoming one of the first to invest in Yamazaki Mazak’s new, British-built CV5-500 simultaneous 5-axis machining centre.

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