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  • Types of CNC Lathe Machining Processes
    Impro Provides Information on the Types of CNC Lathe Machining Processes
  • Emergency Troubleshooting and Retrofit of Obsolete 60" Roll Lathe
    A Midwestern steel industry manufacturer's roll lathe stopped working. The lathe was critical to the operation of the hot mill and further downtime was not acceptable. The situation was further complicated by lack of current hydraulic and electrical diagrams. The lathe manufacturer had not been
  • CNC Swiss Lathe Machining: Uses and Applications
    For precision machining applications, manufacturers use a range of CNC machines to make simple and complex parts. Typical machines that customers hear about include milling machines, grinding machines, and lathes. Many CNC machine tools operate by having a stationary workpiece as the cutting tools
  • How One Shop Cut Cleaning Time for Lathes and Grinders
    Matt Slusher, Torque Converter Coordinator at Cardington Yukata Technologies, Inc. (CYT) was looking for a better way to clean lathes. "We have an in-house wastewater management system that handles our used lathe coolant and those shavings played heck with our system." Also, the grinders produced
  • The Differences Between CNC Milling and CNC Turning
    This blog explains the capabilities of milling machines and lathes, covers raw material forms and surface finishes, and more
  • NASA Chooses ABTech for Precision Telescope Optics Machines
    NASA scientists challenged ABTech to develop a multifunctional machine that would act as a grinding lathe, an indexing tool for raster grinding, and an assembly station-all in one.
  • What You Need To Know About Swiss Turning
    From the Swiss Turning experts, with a lineage that dates back to the invention of the sliding headstock lathe, we present an overview on what Swiss Turning is.
  • High Precision at Kugler Thanks to ifm Sensors
    For more than 30 years, the company Kugler GmbH in Salem/Baden-Württemberg has been producing precision machines with aerostatic and hydrostatic bearings. In order for their drum lathes to operate reliably, they rely on ifm sensors.

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