Swedish manufacturer Sandvik has a number of diverse businesses under one roof, so to speak, that yield synergies in product development and materials technology.
A tiny package houses a powerhouse of a laser.
Less powerful, smaller machine tools built for training perform like full-size machines, but at 10% of the cost.
Reducing the active magnetic field of a permanent magnet makes servomotors lighter and more efficient.
By remanufacturing a specific type of machine, three companies fill product gaps between old manual machines and their new, expensive counterparts.
Although TOS Varnsdorf has seen huge growth under privatization, it's looking to broaden profit potential by expanding marketing efforts in the U.S.
A new EDM adaptive control manipulates jump-function motion to automatically push and pull sludge away in no-flush situations.
Using finite-element analysis to predict springback saves time and expense in assembly operations.
Machining ductile cast iron is getting much easier thanks to a new coated-carbide insert.