FOBA News

AUTOMATION IN LASER MARKING IS MORE THAN ROBOTICS

Customized automation solutions from visual process control to robotic parts handling: Automation of laser marking can help manage increasing marking requirements and save costs in the production process. Especially in the context of increasing traceability marking regulations, the direct part marking is on the rise. Therefore, FOBA, in cooperation with automation experts, offers technical solutions that make the marking process more efficient for industrial customers. How this is implemented differs individually.

Trumpf News

BLECHEXPO: TRUMPF LAUNCHES NEW 2D LASER CUTTING MACHINE FOR BEGINNERS

New TruLaser 1000 with up to 70 percent more feed rate // High processing quality thanks to efficient cooling // The machine’s simple operation and high material diversity make it ideal for beginners or companies looking to increase their production capacity.

MAPAL News

OptiMill-Tro-Inox: Highly Productive Milling in Stainless Steel

To ensure highly productive machining of stainless steel (Inox), MAPAL is launching the OptiMill-Tro-Inox – a new, six-fluted solid carbide trochoidal milling cutter.

Tungaloy News

New ModuMini-Turn Cutting Heads Take Advantage of Swiss Machine’s Y Axis Feed for More Productive Turning Performances

Tungaloy has expanded its ModuMini-Turn exchangeable-head modular turning tool system for Swiss machines. New cutting heads are now available for turning, grooving, and threading on Swiss machines with the feed along the Y axis, which can permanently eliminate chips associated machining challenges.

GE News

GE Renewable Energy, Fraunhofer IGCV, and voxeljet AG plan to develop world’s largest sand binder jetting 3D printer for offshore wind turbines

GE (NYSE: GE), Fraunhofer IGCV and voxeljet AG (NASDAQ: VJET) today announced a research partnership to develop the world’s largest 3D printer for offshore wind applications in order to streamline the production of key components of GE’s Haliade-X offshore wind turbine.

Interactanalysis News

Recovery Is Slow, But Global Manufacturing Industry Is Limping In The Right Direction

In this article we focus on two of those factors – chip shortages and freight costs – and we take a look at machinery production (traditionally a more volatile sector than industry production) where cautious capital investments in some segments have meant particularly slow recovery for some machinery manufacturers, whilst others are making good progress towards market normality.

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