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The automatic tool changer (ATC) for the BH series of dual-drive press brakes from MC Machinery Systems is designed for high-mix, low-volume environments by allowing for the greatest tooling variation on the market and facilitating operation by employees of all skill levels.
Expect high productivity milling and turning for a wide array of part manufacturing.
They financially support mental and physical health programs, employment and education assistance and more for veterans.
Craig Hahne is their new vice president of business development.
Maruka USA (North East) is now their exclusive distributor for New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Construction of this state-of-the-art facility starts at the end of June 2019.
Customers can conveniently test and prove out challenging parts in this U.S. facility.
Knox Machinery will represent them in southern Ohio.
Steve Morris is their new president and chief executive officer.
They expand their turning and milling operations to improve lead times and quality for producing precision gear blanks.
Mastercam 2019 Lathe from CNC Software provides a variety of techniques to turn all parts exactly as they are needed, from accepting and programming any CAD file to Dynamic roughing and precision finishing.
To meet increasingly demanding market requirements, Anthony Machine uses KM quick-change tooling from Kennametal for shorter setup times, greater flexibility and higher levels of machine utilization on their universal turning centers.
AIDA-America’s 300-Ton Servo Press Increases Productivity at Graham Stamping
AIDA-America Corp. (Dayton, OH) provided Graham Stamping Co. (Hermitage, PA) with a 300-ton unitized frame servo press, the DSF-N2-3000 press.
Beckwood Delivers Hydraulic and Servo-Electric Presses to Supplier of Solid-State Batteries
Beckwood Press Co. (St. Louis, MO) has delivered a 500-ton, 4-post hydraulic press and a 50-ton servo-electric press to a U.S. manufacturer of solid-state batteries.
ATI Industrial Automation Acquired by Novanta
As of August 31, ATI Industrial Automation (Apex, NC) was officially purchased by Novanta Inc. (Bedford, MA). Novanta provides laser systems, vision systems, and motion-control components to manufacturers of medical equipment and advanced industrial equipment.