By: Chris Koepfer - 5/17/2013
DMG/Mori Seiki USA President, Mark Mohr, and Chief Learning Officer, Rod Jones, accept the NIMS accreditation certificate at the company’s Innovation Days. At its recent Innovation Days in Chicago, DMG/Mori Seiki USA announced that its training center, DMG/Mori Seiki University (DMSU) is the latest addition to the network of National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS)-accredited training programs.
Production of micro threads can be challenging, but using the most suitable tools for a given application can simplify the task.
This Indiana workholding manufacturer has been in business for 97 years. Its recent and ongoing investment in plant and capital equipment ensures its place as a leading supplier of standard and specialty workholding solutions for the turned parts industry.
Tough to machine materials, aggressive metal removal rates and long, awkward tool overhangs are machining conditions that require toolholders to perform flawlessly and provide strong gripping force, high precision and vibration control.
Many shops that have long operated with traditional turning centers are now rapidly supplementing their processes with multi-axis machines that have the ability to produce complex parts unattended.