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 American Machinist Weekly Update 

Editor's Note

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Trends Driving ERP Expansion, Now and in the Future

AI and ML are not the only factors: Cloud, open APIs, and servitization are gaining momentum, and one more factor is shaping the progress.


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The VGM Series from Komo Machine, Inc. combines large travel with flexibility.

They feature a moving gantry configuration, multiple tool changers and a large work envelope. Contact us to see how we can work with you to configure a machine made in the USA that meets your individual needs.

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9 Popular Choices for EMI Shielding

Common sources of electromagnetic interference include radio frequencies, arc welders, and electrical noise. Test electronic systems regularly to make sure they are working properly, and choose the shielding material that suits the application.


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Panel to Review Boeing-Embraer Deal, Again

A Brazilian anti-trust agency is granting an appeal and will reconsider the government's earlier decision to approve the $4.2-billion sale of Embraer's commercial aerospace division to Boeing.


In The Spotlight

Turnkey cell incorporating Renishaw RMP60 probes mounted on custom-designed tool holders, which an ABB robot uses to collect critical part-location data before finishing and deburring operations begin.

Automated Probe and Robotic Cell for Consistent Precision

A finishing operation for a wide range of power-transmission gears becomes simplified while achieving reliability and high product quality


Top Stories

The new QC Toolholders include cutting heads for general ISO turning, MDT, threading and parting-off. Shanks are available in metric sizes of 10 mm, 12 mm, and 16 mm, and inch sizes of 0.375 in., 0.500 in., and 0.625in.

Modular Toolholder Simplifies Swiss-style Machining

The Seco QC Modular Toolholder lets users remove both cutting heads and inserts as a single assembly, quickly indexing them, and reinstalling them.


SAMAG, in Saalfeld, Germany, with offices and service centers worldwide, engineers and builds a variety of multi-spindle machines under the MFZ Series brand, for high-volume cubic workpieces.

Multi-Spindle Horizontal Machining Centers

Samag MFZ Series machines and deep-drilling machines are available for high-volume production, such as knuckles, engine blocks, gear boxes, valves and connecting rods.



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