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Royal interest in metal 3D printing

His Royal Highness the Duke of York visited the Renishaw-supported additive manufacturing research facilities on a recent visit to the University of Liverpool.

Advanced ballbar training achieves "better than new" machine tool accuracy

Advanced ballbar training enables shop to achieve “better than new” machine tool accuracy and extend machine life for unconventional silicon processing

MSP and IMS Join Forces to Reduce Machine Setup Time

Metrology Software Products (MSP) and IMS Software have announced a partnership to provide a joint solution providing the benefits of MSP’s advanced probing solutions fully integrated with IMS Soft

BROWN & HOLMES EXPANDS WORKHOLDING PRODUCT DIVISION

Brown & Holmes has recently secured a number of exclusive international contracts, enabling it to expand its existing product division.  With many years’ experience of supplying FORKARDT rotary

Vortex in Delcam for SolidWorks cuts machining time by 90% at Promolding

Delcam’s Vortex high-efficiency area-clearance strategy produced a saving of 90% in the time needed to machine the core plate for an injection mould at Dutch company, Promolding BV.  Vortex was the

Delcam, SGS and DMG Mori to combine for high-efficiency machining seminar

CAM software developer Delcam, cutting tool manufacturer SGS, and machine tool supplier DMG Mori will present two joint seminars on high-efficiency machining at SGS’s recently-opened UK headquarter

Global Manufacturing Festival

Ward Hi-Tech Limited are exhibiting at the Global Manufacturing Festival at the Advanced Manufacturing Park in Sheffield on Wednesday 25th June.

Mitsui Seiki Targetting Heavier Applications at IMTS

Targeting heavier component applications at the IMTS exhibition in Chicago, 2D CNC of Hinckley’s principal, Mitsui Seiki will be focusing on high value and complex machining of aerospace, power gen

2D CNC Expands Machine Tool Portfolio Adding Fermat Horizontal Boring Mills and Milling Centres for Larger Components

With a range of table and floor-type boring machines with axis travels up to 28 m in X, 7.3 m in Y and 3.6 m in Z and a range of milling centres with axis travels up to 28.1 m in X by 600 mm in Y a

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