Machining Blog

Buy It Right: What to Consider Before the Purchase of a New Machine

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A new machine tool is a big investment. Make sure you carefully evaluate your needs and identify which product will help you meet your objectives. You’ll need to carefully consider your exact production goals as well as the part/jobs involved. In addition to that, your shop’s operator skill levels will come into play along with how the new machine will fit in with your existing technology. And last but definitely not least, you’ll need to determine a realistic budget.

Schuler’s Servoline wins Red Dot for high quality design

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After several days of assessing thousands of products from all over the world, the Servoline received the distinction “Red Dot”. With this press line, Schuler has created an outstanding design that the expert committee for the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2017 has recognized with the internationally sought-after seal of quality.

Is Your Talent Management Strategy Ready For The Global Skills Gap?

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Our global economy has begun yet another transformation. We are in the early stages of a fourth industrial revolution that will bring major changes to our societies, driven by advances in connectivity, automation, and artificial intelligence. With that, has come a global gap in the skilled talent necessary to keep pace.

Heat leaks and power guzzlers are now being targeted

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In Hanover, the first specific solutions for the energy-efficient production operations of tomorrow will be unveiled, not least by Bosch Rexroth. The company is working closely together with the researchers in Darmstadt.

AXOOM with new partners and offers

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Business platform for the manufacturing industry announces cooperation with ZEISS Group and Gühring KG at the Hanover Trade Fair – AXOOM IoT for the secure connection of machines and components around the world.

Mission to Nepal – surgical education and innovation in disaster affected regions

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The disastrous Nepal earthquake of 2015 left the health and surgical care systems of the country in disarray. To support and train local surgeons, a team of UK specialists undertook three missions to the country. Following the first mission a patient who suffered a road traffic accident was brought to their attention, culminating in what is believed to be the country’s first customised 3D printed orbital implant.