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The February issue of Production Machining features an emphasis topic of Inspection & Measurement with special coverage of Medical Machining. It also includes 2018’s first Parts Cleaning section. Check out the Digital Issue here!

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PM February 2018

 

February Digital EditionProduction Machining’s is now available. This issue features an emphasis topic of Inspection & Measurement with special coverage of Medical Machining. Our cover story is a deep look into an automated inspection/measurement system that implements multitasking principles to facilitate the process. For our other feature, we visit a medical supplier to see how it is expanding capability to accommodate this industry’s trending consolidation of suppliers.

Our Tech Brief covers a modular workholding system designed to reduce setup times by improving accuracy and productivity with an easier alignment process. Our Case in Point visits a shop that is using automation to double production in its high precision optical work for scientific cameras.

In our first Parts Cleaning section of the year, we include Lori Beckman’s recap of her visit to the Parts2Clean show in Stuttgart, Germany. And this month’s Last Word introduces the new president at Tornos Technologies U.S. as he presents his vision for moving the company forward in the domestic market.

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