11/20/2017

VIDEOS: Considerations For Swiss Screw Making Operations

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Autodesk, GenSwiss and Tsugami/Rem Sales have assembled a collaborative three-video series to help explain the benefits of thread whirling, back turning and broaching in screw-making operations.

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Autodesk, Inc., Genevieve Swiss Industries, Inc. and Tsugami/REM Sales LLC have assembled a collaborative three-video series to help explain the benefits of thread whirling, back turning and broaching in screw-making operations. The videos bring into consideration the significance of CAM programming, tooling and machine specifications.

According to Sanjay Thakore, Autodesk product marketing manager, CNC Swiss machines are continuing to grow in versatility, yet screw production remains a very common application, particularly in the medical industry. “The fact that these machines can achieve tight tolerances makes them well suited to screw making,” Mr. Thakore says.

Check out “Tips for Screw Making on Swiss-Type Machines” to access the video series.

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