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Losma Air and Coolant Filtration for Machine Tools

John Hart is Losma’s Australian sales partner for their range of machine tool filtration systems.

Losma has been designing and building filtration systems for machine tools since 1974 and is certified to ISO 9001:2008. It is the only company to offer a truly comprehensive service to resolve all contamination problems in the industrial workplace and it is the only one with consolidated know-how of both oil mist collection and liquid coolant filtration.

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G&O Kert - taking the hard work out of accuracy, speed and repeatability

G&O Kert Pty Ltd was established in 1974 by George and Olympia Kert. The company purchased their first CNC machine tool in 1994 and it was a new Mazak Quick Turn 15 lathe. By 2008 the total number of Mazaks at the company had grown to 9 machines. Ian Melville bought the company in 2008. He was an employee at the time he made the purchase, after having worked there for 16 years. Ian has since grown the company to a fleet of 14 Mazak CNC machines.

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QPE advances their world class machining capability

QPE Advanced Machining, located in Adelaide South Australia, specialises in precision machined parts and assemblies for industries including aerospace, defence, medical, electronics, mining, and renewable energy. QPE provides quality assured production incorporating processes for CNC machining, assembly, inspection, validation and traceability.

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What you need to know about Collaborative Robots

Collaborative robots, or cobots, have been creating a buzz in the automation world in recent years. Many believe there’s just one solution for a collaborative robot system – that being a specialized non-industrial robot. The good news is there’s actually a variety of options to achieve a collaborative system. In fact, most traditional robots can become “collaborative” with extra safety devices and proper integration. Let’s examine options for collaborative robot operations.

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EOS is celebrating its 30th anniversary

As the world's leading technology and solutions supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing EOS is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Founded in 1989 by Dr. Hans J. Langer, the company now shapes the world of manufacturing with its innovative solutions. Initially used primarily for rapid prototyping, companies worldwide now leverage additive manufacturing increasingly to meet the needs of serial production. The EOS Ecosystem has meanwhile set the course for the future, enabling industry- and customer-specific 3D printing solutions which shape the digital factory.

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John Hart’s world class solutions assist ACIM to break ground worldwide

ACIM is a Melbourne based manufacturing company managed by husband and wife team, Anthony and Lisa Coleman. The Company specialises in designing and manufacturing inflatable packers, hydraulic fracturing systems, tools and data loggers for the geotechnical, mining, oil and gas markets. Established in 1990, the company has grown from humble beginnings servicing the Australian market, to a company that now sells into many international markets such as Chile, South Korea, Italy, Russia, America and Indonesia.

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Machine Gears With Ease Thanks to Mazak's Integrex Auto Gear Series

Many machine shops avoid manufacturing jobs involving parts that require some form of gear machining operations. They believe that such work is very complicated and requires specialized expertise and equipment, including individual machines dedicated to gear skiving or hobbing. But instead of refusing gear work or farming it out to gear specialists, machine shops can easily keep gear work in-house, and even attract new customers with Mazak's Integrex Auto Gear (AG) series.

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Get More with Fanuc Collaborative Robots

With 6 collaborative robot models to choose from, ranging from 4 to 35 kg in payload and 550 to 1813 mm in reach, Fanuc collaborative robots offer more payload and more reach options than any other collaborative robot brand.

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More Efficient Toolpaths with hyperMILL MAXX Machining

The hyperMILL MAXX Machining performance package, a powerful tool for high-performance drilling, roughing, and finishing features special machining strategies that allow users to gain maximum benefit from their machining center and cutters. Two key enhancements have been added to the performance package: Perfect pocketing technology ensures more efficient pocket machining with high-feed cutters. High-performance finishing and roughing strategies are also available for turning.

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hyperMILL MILL-TURN Machining: Motorsport front wheel hub

This video shows the machining of a front wheel hub on a Mazak Integrex i400. hyperMILL MILL-TURN Machining is a powerful mill-turning solution that is completely integrated in hyperMILL. Programmers can use turning strategies as well as 2.5D, 3D and 5-axis milling strategies in one user interface.

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