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Don't hack away at chatter problems - Cutting Tool Engineering 2018-03-23 21:46

When chatter shakes its ugly head, it's a good idea to look at your cutting tools, suggests the Shop Operations column in the March 2018 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering. Selecting material-specific cutting tools may be part of the answer as well, along with considering the toolpath. #machineshop

#TBT, March 1961 of Cutting Tool Engineering

#TBT, March 1961 of Cutting Tool Engineering: The March 1961 Issue of CTE featured a photograph of the new Thunderbird, which had just rolled off the Ford assembly line in Wixom, Michigan. The photograph featured a "booth babe" modeling the car.

As the world moves b...

Makino - Cutting Tool Engineering 2018-03-19 17:00

Learn how 5XC (or Five Axis Continuous) is revolutionizing 5-axis machining.

These new technologies are reducing programming, cycle and lead-times for complex, 3D, contoured surface die/mold and medical components from 18% to 70% and more.

Honing to be featured in May - Cutting Tool Engineering 2018-03-16 17:00

In connection with an upcoming article about honing in the May issue, Cutting Tool Engineering visited Lapmaster Wolters LLC headquarters in Mount Prospect, Ill. The company builds both single-pass and conventional stroke honing machines.

Cutting Tool Engineering Editor Alan Richter shares...

Digitalization: The future is now - Cutting Tool Engineering 2018-03-11 17:00

Manufacturers seeking ways to enhance shop-floor flexibility and preserve data security should utilize the technology onboard many of today’s advanced machine tools.

Shops can turn to the rapidly emerging skill sets of new machine tool workers to develop and implement machine shop operations t...

Time to sell or buy a used CNC? - Cutting Tool Engineering 2018-03-06 18:00

Some tool builders in the expanding economy are having a hard time obtaining machine components.

This environment may make it a good time for some companies to buy or sell used CNC equipment, even if doing so is new for them.

Read more via KD Capital Equipment LLC, a machinery dealer...

Full productivity and profitability, only with process optimization

Without a fully optimized manufacturing process, individual machines and entire manufacturing operations fall short of their full potential for productivity and cost-effectiveness.

Seco Tools urges shops to take advantage of engineering and process optimization support services. This may enc...

Proper way to measure feature concentricity

The president of Metal Cutting Corporation recently blogged about a question that leaves many machinists scratching their heads: What's the proper way to measure feature concentricity on a round workpiece? #machining #machinist #metalcutting