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Precision Machining in the Automotive Industry

The automotive industry is the largest market for precision machined parts. See how shops are handling the large volumes, tight process control and high quality this industry requires.
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Micromachining Complex Parts on Swiss-Type CNC Lathe

The SwissNano from Tornos is a Swiss-type lathe capable of manufacturing complex micro-parts in a single setup and at a high volume.
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Combining Deburring, Cleaning, Drying in One System

The EcoCvelox modular machine provides a combination of high-pressure waterjet deburring and low-pressure parts cleaning processes.

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February Issue

2020 Buyer's Guide

Making Stainless More Machinable

This article gives tips on how to further the enhancement of stainless steel machinability. 

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The Real Cost of Metalworking Lubricant

Lubrication in the cutting process is often an afterthought, but its cost justifies far more attention. Here’s a look at how a shop can determine the true impact on the bottom line.

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7 Causes of Quench Cracking in Steel

Failures of steel parts in service or production occur infrequently. However, when steel parts fail, the consequences are dire. Here are seven ways that steel can fail as a result of quench cracking from heat treatment.

Deal Differently with Certainty, Risk and Uncertainty

Let's take a look at the differences between certainty, risk and uncertainty, examples of each, and how we make decisions when faced with these situations. 

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