The Buzz on Manufacturing Technology from IMTS 2016
Cutting Tool Consumption Down 17.2% in Latest Tally
Kennametalrsquos full ceramic end mills operate at spindle speeds up to 10 times faster than carbide and provide far greater tool life
New Technologies for Automation, Connectivity, and Precision, at IMTS 2016
Despite its advantages to component designers titanium is notoriously difficult to machine And the difficulties presented in machining the material itself also negatively impact tool life
The 5ME cryogenic machining technology transmits liquid nitrogen through a spindleturret and directly to the cutting edge at 321degF
Cutting Tool Consumption Rose in June, Still Down YTD
New orders for cutting tools have been in decline more than a year as buyers have managed their own declining orders for machined parts all of this stemming from declining manufacturing output
Focus on Precision and Flexibility in 8 New Technologies, at IMTS 2016
Integrating Machining and Automation, + 10 More New Machine Shop Technologies, at IMTS 2016