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Applying “Dengeling” to Finish Turbine Blades
This alternative to grinding, polishing and shot peening enables turbine blades to be machined and finished on one five-axis machine in one setup.

Taking Titanium Seriously
Does titanium justify a machine that is engineered for this metal?

Video: Blisk Milling
The process seen here uses trochoidal tool paths and cryogenic cooling

Video: Five-Axis Machining at Padgett Machine
A job shop owner talks about five-axis machining and feature-based programming.

Video: Milling Inconel 718 with Cermic Inserts
Metal removal rate is high and the cut is dry. See other basic tips for milling with ceramics.

Video: Cryogenic Machining of Titanium
Through-tool liquid nitrogen turns the tool into a heat sink, extending tool life.

Video: Machining Long Parts Through a Small Machining Center
Video from Chiron America demonstrates the company’s Multi-Profile System, which combines a machining center with in-feed and out-feed accessories so that the compact machine can mill and drill long parts.

Video: Plunge Roughing in Aluminum
Even in aluminum, plunge roughing can be an effective way to realize high productivity.

Video: High Feed Milling in Aluminum
Footage shows roughing at 48 cubic inch per minute on a standard-speed machining center.

More Efficient Turbine Blade Milling
Video shows a multitasking machine milling a turbine blade in a cycle that few machining centers could replicate.