Through less downtime replacing fluid, less wear and fewer tool replacements, this breakthrough fluid formulation helps machines produce more parts and generate higher revenue over the life of the equipment.
Most shops don’t think about machinery fluids and lubricants until they have a problem. Then the machine tool goes down, production is lost, parts fail . . . here’s how a little maintenance can go a long way.
While the idea of sustainability is becoming better defined and understood, many manufacturers are still not taking the necessary steps to implement newer proven technologies that foster sustainability. Why?
This case study explains how Chemtool formulated a novel metalworking fluid with Dow Chemical to clean up the cast iron machining operations of a Midwest machine shop.
Ed Zitney of SKF Machine Tool Services shows how proper care and maintenance can make all the difference in both its operation and longevity in service.
Even though a machine tool spindle is a high-precision machine component, more often than not it is handled carelessly, forced to perform well beyond design limitations, or otherwise abused to the breaking point.
Seán O’Driscoll is now the president of a new management team.
Hocut 4940 can be used in producing aircraft engines and military power units under reference PMC 9151.
Kevin Smith assumes responsibility for general management of their EMEA region and global leadership of their transportation industry segments.
Automotive suppliers are searching for new metalworking fluids to help them reduce their manufacturing costs and improve the processing of tough new metals and alloys under stricter environmental regulations. Here are some of the latest products for them to consider.
IRMCO and Bennett Tool & Die have developed the iTOOL cup-draw process, a tool and test method to directly compare stamping lubricant performance prior to use in production.
Regardless of tool speed or feed, GreenCut Cutting Fluid/Misting Fluid from LubeCorp is 100 percent effective in preventing metal-to-metal contact through full access to the seizure zone on the tool rake-face where the cutting action takes place.