CAM advantages for successful hard milling

Publish on 4/17/2009 12:04:08 PM

The secret of hard milling has been existent for a while. The problem lies when people don''t want to recognise the investment requirements necessary in the process. You can''t take any shortcuts and expect to get your desired results. Hard milling is allowing the CNC machine and the cutter in the worst type of cutting conditions, so you have to be prepared for all the possible solutions available to remedy these.
General principles of micro-milling technology

Publish on 4/17/2009 12:04:37 PM

The technological needs when designing machine tools, cutting tools and fixtures using compact moulds and micro-components are increasing. These hold true when enhancing tool paths for any equipment that a machine operator might not be able to identify while it is being cut. One of the processes involved in design is milling. It is defined as the process of cutting materials by feeding a workpiece in a rotating multiple teeth cutter.
Meba shares its company strategic operations

Publish on 4/17/2009 12:04:36 PM

As for Metals of Bahrain W .L .L . (Meba), it believes in meeting customer''s satisfaction. Operations Manager Tawfiq Al-Jamal shares with International Metalworking News -Middle East (IMNE) how important it is to deliver the right item at the expected time. IMNE: What is your company''s background? Al-Jamal: Meba is an ISO 9001 certified company, which is part of Khalifeh Industrial Co. in Amman, Jordan. It is a modern module industrial firm that has started its operations in 1992 in Bahrain.
Opec seen to gain $402B earnings in 09

Publish on 4/17/2009 11:04:07 AM

Members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) is anticipated to achieve $402 billion of net oil export revenues in 2009 and almost $530 billion in 2010, according to the recent update of a U.S. government agency. U . S . official energy forecaster Energy Information Administration (EIA) noted in its report that this would mean a 59% decrease for Opec compared to the previous year''s revenues.
Sanvik acquires drilling firm to expand operations

Publish on 4/17/2009 11:04:29 AM

Sandvik Coromant has signed a deal in the acquisition of BTA Heller Drilling Systems Ltd, producer and supplier of deep hole drilling products, in UK. The final acquisition will be finalised in Q1 09, after getting a nod from the member anti-trust authorities. The company will be part of the business department of Sandvik Tooling and will soon be a global deep-hole drilling application centre of Sandvik.
RathGibson assigns Kirk Thorne to VP post

Publish on 4/17/2009 11:04:11 AM

Stainless steel tubing maker RathGibson has designated Kirk Thorne as the company''s new VP for sales and marketing. Prior to RathGibson''s employment, Thorne exemplified his competence at Lennox International.
EuroLITE designs usher green perspectives

Publish on 4/17/2009 11:04:12 AM

EuroLITE, Europe''s only specialist trade fair, which will be held from 23 to 25 June 2009 in Salzburg, Austria, will provide a wide range of software tools, materials and manufacturing technologies for lightweight constructions. It is a platform for presentation, information and communication that can be used by manufacturing companies.
Two firms ink deal on refractory material supply

Publish on 4/17/2009 11:04:11 AM

China Gengsheng Minerals Inc., a materials technology firm that promotes products that can withstand high temperature, reduce power use and increase productivity in industries like steel and oil, has signed a refractory material supply deal with Jiangsu Sha Steel Group Co. Ltd''s Zhangjiagang-based subsidiary. The contract''s to talvalue is pegged at $1.2 million.



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