Competition can be brutal in the aerospace supply chain. To help your shop stay competitive on job bidding, these new machines can hit your bottom line by saving more time and labor, processing ever more complex parts quicker and more accurately – and doing it all with less of that extremely expensive material.
Hybrid Machines: Articles
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Hybrid Machines: Industry News
A LASERTEC 65 3D hybrid is being used to research additive and subtractive manufacturing of gears.
Hybrid Machines: Products
These new 5-axis machining centers from C.R. Onsrud are tailored to the demands of higher loads and larger work volumes in aerospace, automotive, medical and defense applications.
The economies and production rates that are gained on metal parts produced by additive manufacturing processes can suffer when post-machining is required due to a sub-standard surface finish. That’s where these innovative machine tools come in: they combine additive and subtractive technologies to eliminate secondary operations. Here’s a closer look at how some of the newest systems do it.
The Vertex 55X-H from Mitsui Seiki is ideal for producing super hard materials used in parts and diesel engines, and repair of high-pressure turbine and compressor blades, low pressure blades, blisks/IBRs and impellers for aerospace, power generation, oil and gas applications.