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Robots are Great, but What About my Job?

In his column, Matt Kirchner says automation may change your job, but it won’t eliminate industrial employment. In fact, he believes it means more hiring will occur.

CAD, CAM and Related Software / CAM for Production Machining

CAD/CAM Selection to Fit the Shop

A CAD/CAM system is a large investment and likely will have a strong impact on the buyer well into the future. Careful consideration of all the implications is important.

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The Next Step in Setup Reduction

Quick-change modular tooling is a clear way to increase productivity, shorten setup time and generally improve the bottom line for job shops and large manufacturers alike.

Production Machining
June Issue

A CAD/CAM Match for Employee and Business

The Process and Equipment Relationship

Anyone charged with the responsibility of implementing a cleaning step within their manufacturing operation should understand the interrelationship between the cleaning process itself and the cleaning equipment.

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Moving into Medical Machining

A background in aerospace manufacturing provided this company with the skills it needed to begin medical machining.
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Knowledge Centers

Knowledge Centers are well organized collections of practical information on specific topics. This is the place to go to get grounded on technologies and best practice.


Software Provides Time Savings and Improved Accuracy

Shops get paid for making chips, and profit comes from making them as efficiently as possible. Shop management software is a key to reducing waste by ensuring that machining is being done on the right jobs, in the right way and at the right time.

Multi-Spindle to Multitasking: A Journey in Productivity

After switching from its outdated multi-spindle machines to multitasking turn-mill centers, this company immediately began reaping the rewards of productivity and throughput increases as well as cost reductions.

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