By: Chris Koepfer
The Precision Machined Products Association (PMPA) is presenting two technical conferences in November: one in California and one in Connecticut. These are open to all precision machined products manufacturers, although seating is limited.
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Heat-resistant superalloys and titanium alloys are difficult to machine. This overview looks at machining demands and some recent developments that have elevated performance and process security in turning these materials.
New capability for Swiss machines uses a laser.
This shop taps a range of advanced equipment to machine parts from materials such as aluminum, stainless steel and high-nickel-content alloys that often have application critical features. Micro-grooves fall into this category.
As the volume production market migrates from mechanical multi-spindle machines, builders are creating machine tool technology tiers that apply the correct level of cost and capability to the application.