It was 1751 and things are about to really change. The video is almost 15 minutes in length but it is quite interesting and sheds a very accurate light on how far we've come since then from a historical and practical point of view.
Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) announced today that it has developed a new ultra-durable coating technology and base material for indexable industrial cutting tool inserts to improve steel machining.
Feb 10, 2018 - Haas Automation Inc. has reported that its annual sales in 2017 exceeded 13,500 units for the first time in company history—an increase of nearly 30 percent over 2016.
“It was an incredible year,” said Scott Gasich, vice president of sales and marketing. “Haas Automation performed strongly on all continents, with substantial growth in all markets – especially international markets, which accounted for 55 percent of our sales. Most notably, we enjoyed 41 percent sales increase in mainland Europe, with more than 3500 new Haas CNC machine tools sold in 2017.”
Gasich added that the company is expecting 2018 to be even better, thanks to launch of several new products and updates to existing machines. “In 2018, you will see a Haas UMC-1000 5-axis universal machining center with larger travels; major updates to our turning center line, including an all-new control; a renewed Haas EC-400 horizontal machining center with pallet system; a new 5-axis gantry mill for large parts; a few new tilting two-axis rotary tables; updates to our Drill/Tap/Mill Series machines; and new sidemount tool changers, with up to 100 tools on selected machines,” he said.
The company plans to sell more than 15,500 machines in 2018. “We are targeting continued growth in all markets, and expect to increase our export percentage to 60 percent,” said Gasich. “Our production facility in Oxnard is currently building at a rate to produce more than 15,000 machines this year, and we will continue increasing this output throughout 2018 to meet the growing demands for our products.”
Haas products are distributed worldwide through a global network of Haas Factory Outlets. Currently, there are more than 170 of these outlets in more than 50 countries worldwide.
Nov 28, 2017 - Kuntai Machinery is a Chinese firm with its headquarters based in the Jiangsu province of China. The company is associated with the fabrication, engineering and supply of industrial grade cutting machines and laminating tool. They are a customer-centric organization and adhere to industrial standards to provide customers with high-end solutions.
Cutting, finishing and lamination is a part of a more extensive range of activities when it comes to the mass production industry. The lamination quality and the finishing of the cutting machines used in the sectors depend on the quality and grade of raw materials used to manufacture the hardware of the same. The machinery and industrial equipment market are flooded with both cheap and big-budget laminating machine that caters to all sectors of the industrial world. It should be kept in mind that the quality of finished products depends on the quality of the machinery and raw materials used to manufacture the same.
China has been supplying quality assured bronzing machine to the world leaders as well as the small-scale enterprises associated with the consumer goods industry for many years. Kuntai Machinery is one such enterprise that has been leading the pack and for good reasons. The company was founded in the year 1985 and for the past 32 years they have been regarded as one of the premier manufacturers of industrial machinery and equipment. The company recently launched their premium service for their high priority clients based both in the overseas and in China. The service binds them to provide customized machinery and equipment to their clients in a set timeline.
Kuntai Machinery heavily invested time and funds to strengthen their research and development wing along with their manufacturing unit. As one of the leaders in this category, the company strives to provide customized and innovative solutions to their clients both in the overseas and in China. The client base of the group consists of organizations associated with automotive upholstery, footwear industry, leather industry, textile industry, etc. The business policy of the firm binds them to adhere to customer-centric approach in their operations and services.
The manufacturing unit of the company is located in the Jiangsu province, Yancheng city of China. Skilled professionals head both the manufacturing unit and the R&D department. The R&D department team consists of technicians, engineers and designers who have years of experience in their respective sectors. Their clients respect the company for their customer-centric approach and prompt service in case a client is facing an issue. The company put in place a hotline backed by 30 professionals that are left open 24/7 for addressing incoming customer queries and complaints. They also provide onsite servicing, repair work and installation services to their clients for their cutting machine no matter where their plant is located in the world.
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Kuntai Machinery is a Chinese firm that is associated with the fabrication and supply of quality assured, industrial grade laminating machines and cutting tools. They are a global supplier and conduct their business operations through their official website. For further details, feel free to visit the URL mentioned above.
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Nov 24, 2017 - If you work with machine tools such as turning centers, 5-axis CNC mills, or grinding machines, you probably have some preconceptions about the quality of different machine tool manufacturers. Who makes a more accurate machine: Germany or Japan? Across the globe, whether it’s automobiles, electronics or industrial machine tools, some nations have a reputation for quality, precision and durability. Of course, generalizations aren’t always correct. A quick look around your home or office will inevitably turn up products stamped with “MADE IN TAIWAN.” But this doesn’t mean smallwares, cheap electronics and toys are all Taiwan is capable of manufacturing. When ENGINEERING.com made a visit to several major machine tool manufacturers headquartered in Taichung, Taiwan, what we found was careful engineering and precision manufacturing of machine tools.
For example, we spoke to YCM about their process for stress-relieving their castings over the course of several months to ensure better machine accuracy. Yet for all the high-caliber machine tool manufacturing happening in Taiwan, is anyone taking notice? About Goodway Machine Corporation
Goodway Machine Corporation manufactures multiaxis vertical and horizontal turning centers as well as specialty equipment for Swiss turning, wheel turning, tapping and cylindrical grinding. The firm builds equipment in Taiwan but is expanding its manufacturing in both Taiwan and the People’s Republic of China.
The company’s component assembly facility is over 200,000 sqft. of production space located in Taichung, Taiwan, which also hosts a Goodway turning center plant of 208,000 sqft.
In Wujiang, Jiang-Su Province on the mainland, Goodway operates a 720,000 sqft turning center plant and is currently building a new facility in Chiayi Taiwan that will include over million square feet of production space. All of Goodway’s production operates under ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification.
Watch the video above for an inside look at this massive manufacturing operation.
EMO Hannover 2017 theme of “Connecting Systems for Intelligent Production” allowed exhibitors to showcase their smart solutions
The EMO Hannover 2017 theme of “Connecting Systems for Intelligent Production” lived up to expectations from the many exhibitors who were only too willing to show you how they have embraced the concept by implementing Industry 4.0 or the Internet of Things (IoT) in their products or future plans.
Many were demonstrating connectivity solutions, data analysis applications and other innovative services, each trying to outdo the other with their novel idea giving a reflection of how they have interpreted the theme and the concept. However, throughout the exhibition the emphasis was on systems capable of interconnecting multiple partners, cloud-based machine monitoring solutions, simulation software, augmented reality for machine maintenance, block chain technology for secure data transfer, new business models and much more.
Prior to the show beginning, EMO’s organisers said they were confident that the show would generate impetus for implementing Industry 4.0 or the Internet of Things (IoT) concepts.
“In the machine tool sector we have long since implemented digitalisation,” explains EMO’s General Commissioner and VDMA President, Carl Martin Welcker.
“Digital images, for example, for simulations have likewise been possible for quite a long time now. Under the keyword of Industry 4.0, the task now is to network the entire production operation, and indeed the complete added-value chain.”
He also refers to Industry 4.0 as a mindset: encouraging staff to come up with ideas on how they can put Industry 4.0 into shop-floor practice.
“In a consistently networked manufacturing line, flexible production is possible with optimised sequences, so that even rush orders in small batch sizes can be handled. Complete networking of the entire production line with real-time communication and control will create maximised added value for companies when it implements horizontal communication from receipt of the order all the way through to dispatch. Within the added-value chain, moreover, it’s important to network not only the component suppliers, but also the logistical partners and the customers involved, so as to achieve maximised productivity, flexibility and efficiency. If all this succeeds, this signifies a quantum leap forwards in terms of productivity, and will catapult those who can do it to the leading edge of international competition,” is the succinct verdict of Carl Martin Welcker.
Individual responses At EMO, control developers and manufacturers, software companies, tooling companies and machine tool builders demonstrated their individual responses to Industry 4.0 requirements.
“The keynote theme of this year’s EMO Hannover gave us the ideal backdrop against which to present market-ready products for digital manufacturing,” said Christian Thönes, chairman of the executive board of DMG Mori AG, Bielefeld, Germany.