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SMOOTH Technology the headline act for Mazak at EMO 2015

Published 7th August 2015

Yamazaki Mazak is placing its new SMOOTH Technology CNC ‘family’ at the heart of an unprecedented new product launch schedule at EMO 2015. The Mazak stand will include two new additions to the SMOOTH CNC family, along with a supporting cast of 18 new machines making their world debuts. In total Mazak will exhibit 22 […]

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KPT Press Release

Published 6th August 2015

You may or may not know that this year Kelland Precision Tooling Ltd (KPT) are proud to be a sponsor of the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield. Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice cares for families who have a child with a life shortening condition. They support these families in many different ways to […]

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Red Mist goes in to damage limitation to maintain championship lead

Published 3rd August 2015

After the weather played its part at the last round of the British Formula 2 powerboat championship, mechanical and racing incidents were major influences at the Stewartby Springs GP for Steve Hoult and his WNT Red Mist racing boat. In spite of these problems Steve remains at the top of the championship standings. Damage limitation […]

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Third Dimension Boosts International Presence of the GapGun with Five New Distributors

Published 3rd August 2015

Third Dimension, manufacturer of the GapGun, the leading portable laser measurement solution, has boosted its international presence this year by appointing five new distributors; Introtech in Romania, Global Measurements in Mexico, Norcam in Portugal, EngiMA in North Africa, and FTR in Japan. All five of these new distributors attended training either at Third Dimension’s HQ […]

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Introducing the ICE-LBG-SR Super Rotation Load Ring

Published 31st July 2015

The NEW ICE-LBG-SR possesses an array of innovative designs. Firstly, the double SR ball bearing offers the ultimate solution for turning and flipping at high working load limits (WLL) without affecting the mounting bolt stability

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Delcam’s new PowerINSPECT makes complex inspections faster and easier

Published 29th July 2015

The 2015 R2 release of Delcam’s PowerINSPECT inspection software makes it easier to complete fast and accurate inspection of complex assemblies. The new version includes more options for automation of inspection sequences, including automated probe changes, automatic feature extraction for point cloud batch inspection, and greater control over collision checking. For full details, including video […]

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Sterling Technologies, Inc., has utilized Edgecam to ensure efficiency for more than a decade.

Published 29th July 2015

Shaving minutes and increasing quality is the goal of every manufacturing business, which is why having the right tools for the job can be the only way to get a fledgling business off the ground. Such is the case with Sterling Technologies, Inc., a Morrisville, Vermont-based job shop that serves a handful of industries, including […]

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WNT applications team cuts tooling costs for Velden Engineering

Published 29th July 2015

When Bolton based subcontract engineering firm Velden Engineering (UK) Ltd was faced with spiralling tooling costs on one particular milling operation, it turned to WNT’s technical applications team to provide a viable solution. When machining high value components with extended cycle times process security is paramount as cutter failure leads not only to lost time, […]

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Metrology Robot for automated optical quality assurance

Published 27th July 2015

Alcona’s high resolution optical 3D metrology sensor head, combined with a six-axis, automatic or manual robot, provides users a with a flexible measurement solution for quality assurance applications. The 3D measurement sensor is ideal for production or defect inspection applications: it is resistant to vibration, ambient light and temperature variation in addition to being quick […]

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Inspiring Tomorrow's Engineers

Published 27th July 2015

A group of budding young scientists had a timely reminder about pursuing a career in engineering thanks to an initiative supported by Hexagon Metrology UK. The Year 7 students from Walton High School in Milton Keynes turned their hand to building watches as part of an educational outreach programme developed by Cranfield University. Photo caption: […]

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