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Weekly Update 06/14/2007

June 18, 2007
June 14, 2007 NEWSLETTER SPONSORHigh-Output, Air-Cooled YAG Laser Marker is Maintenance-Free The Keyence MD-H9800 YAG Laser Marker has 5x the output power of conventional air-cooled laser ...
June 14, 2007
NEWSLETTER SPONSOR
High-Output, Air-Cooled YAG Laser Marker is Maintenance-FreeThe Keyence MD-H9800 YAG Laser Marker has 5x the output power of conventional air-cooled laser markers. Industry's deepest focal depth of ±7mm provides accurate printing on irregular or curved surfaces. The MD-H9800 slashes operating costs by eliminating water cooling facilities and reducing installation space. Dedicated software simplifies setup. For details, click here.
Grinding
Non-Round Part Grinding When it comes to non-round parts, cylindrical grinders let shops do more part operations with fewer machine setups. However, the process isn't the same as simple I.D. or O.D. grinding. There is a lot more going on that you should be aware of.
Grinding Hardened Parts
Before deciding whether or not to hard turn or grind workpieces over 45 Rc, shops should ensure they're comparing "apples to apples" - current technology to current technology. Instead, many mistakenly evaluate the latest turning centers versus outdated grinding systems.
Emitters Send Rust Packing
Keep rust and corrosion from ruining your finished workpieces. And no, we are not talking about just tossing a couple of moisture-absorbing desiccant packets into your part bins. .
Shop Heads Off Business Downturn
Has your business taken a downturn? Is the competition squeezing you out of your market? If so, it may be time to seek the help of an integrated financial services firm for help.
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American Machinist Sponsors Machine Shop Workshop 2007
Participants at this in-depth workshop will learn a systematic approach to identify and prioritize opportunities for improvement in the machine shop, with a goal of efficient operations, increased customer satisfaction and earnings growth. Attendees will learn how to use benchmark measurements to achieve continuous improvement, and to link any improvements to a differentiating business strategy. When: November 7 - 9, 2007 Where: Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center, 127 Public Square, Cleveland, Ohio 44114Click here for more information.
Upcoming Webcast Series
The CNC Best Kept Secrets Series of educational webcasts from GE Fanuc and American Machinist is designed to educate manufacturers on the often overlooked ways to prevent downtime, enhance the speed of machine tools, and improve part quality. Click here for more information.
Practical Machinist Metalworking Forum
Rotary phase converter design and plans.Readers share "how to" information. Digital phase conversion and power lines. Readers discuss applications. Phase Help! I just bought a rotary "5" HP phase converter...
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Welding Webcast Series
Four hot topics you need to hear about.
  • ERP for Gases: On the Edge of Enough - July 18, 2007 @ 2:00 PM ET
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