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January 26, 2006

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JobBOSS is the most widely used shop management software for the metalworking industry with bar-code data collection, performance analysis, and contact management. Nearly 4,000 hi-tech shops and more than 21,000 shop technology system users rely on JobBOSS for quoting, scheduling, costing, purchasing, inventory, shipping, and quality control. Click here to find out more.


Makino — a leading manufacturer of horizontal and vertical machining centers and EDM machines — has announced a new series of online Webinars. Designed for shops of all types and sizes, the seminars are free to anyone who registers. The planned seminars are intended for shops in the automotive, aerospace, medical product and die and mold industries. In addition to metal cutting and die/mold, the seminars will cover new technologies, such as micromachining. Mark Rentschler, marketing manager, says, "Online seminars allow anyone with an Internet connection to attend without losing a day of work." The seminars concentrate on shop efficiency, lean manufacturing, asset utilization, machine tool integration and automation, machine tool technologies, and metal cutting processes. Makino's application engineers, product managers and guest speakers will give presentations. Click here for more info on upcoming seminars and registration information.

Edition Feature

Multi-axis machining can give shops great increases in productivity and better versatility. The productivity comes from the built-in flexibility that multi-axis machines have that allows them to make a variety of cuts on a work piece without changing fixtures or chucks. The versatility that shops can gain comes from the increased ability to machine complex part at higher speeds and more economically. Below are several articles that provide tips on multi-axis machining.

Current Articles

  • Most shops do not have to spend a huge amount to get the benefits of five-axis machining. A two-axis, tilting rotary table added to a three-axis machine and other tricks of the trade can work just as well in many instances. [ READ MORE!]
  • Mori-Seiki has developed a new line of integrated machines that the company says provide milling and turning capabilities without compromising performance. [ READ MORE!]
  • Machine builder Mikron is working on "Smart Machining" technology that would compensate for the thermal drift generated by high-speed spindles in multi-axis machining centers. [ READ MORE!]
  • Equipped with live tooling, the capabilities of lathes can be extended in multiple axes and for multi-tasking.
    [ READ MORE!]
  • Keeping multi-axis machines true to their design capabilities often requires more probing and calibrating.
    [ READ MORE!]


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