With the release of HyperConnect, Makino offers a suite of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications for electrical discharge machines (EDMs) that enhances user experience and efficiency, and reduces machine downtime. Available on all Makino EDMs equipped with Hyper-i control systems, HyperConnect enables shop managers and operators to easily monitor and control EDM processes from any PC, smart device or other Hyper-i control systems on the network.
Makino is pleased to present its next-generation EDGE-Series machines, the EDGE2 and EDGE3, to the U.S. manufacturing market. Built for general precision machining applications, both electrical discharge machines (EDM) provide accurate and reliable performance for standard die/mold components or contract manufacturing with a space-saving design for shop floors of any size.
Makino is pleased to announce its upcoming 2017 Die/Mold Technology Expo, a biennial exhibition highlighting new and improved manufacturing processes, techniques, philosophies and strategies vital to transforming businesses for greater success in the global marketplace. The two-day event takes place Sept. 13-14 at Makino’s Die/Mold and EDM Technology Center in Auburn Hills, Mich.
HAESL, a joint venture between Rolls-Royce, SIAEC and HAECO, provides a service for the repair and maintenance of aircraft engines and components for many of the leading airlines worldwide. One of the operations that ONA machines are most commonly used for is the machining of honeycomb lining structures.
Situated in the small town of Cisano Bergamasco in Italy’s Bergamo province, ALDEGHI S.r.l (a division of M.S.Ambrogio Group) is surrounded by history, from the Colleoni Chapel—a Renaissance jewel in Bergamo’s crown—to the majestic Piazza Vecchia, the heart of the upper city. Founded by Aldeghi’s father, Pietro Aldeghi, in 1983 in roughly 200-square-meter workshop, today’s ALDEGHI S.r.l. encompasses 2,000 square meters, including 1,600 square meters of covered and thermostabilized with air conditioning and is bound full speed for the future.
Visiting WET in Sun Valley, Calif., is not like walking into a typical machine shop. Yes, there are mills, lathes, grinders and EDMs. But they’re just one part of the business that designs, manufactures and installs some of the world’s most iconic fountains and engaging public displays of water, fire, fog and ice.