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American Machinist Weekly Update

 American Machinist Weekly Update 

Editor's Note

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Global Steel Tonnage Barely Rising

February steel production totaled 143.3 million metric tons worldwide, a -5.0% drop from January's total and less than 3.0% more than a year ago, with YTD output essentially even with last year.


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Boeing Eyes a May Restart for 737 MAX

Manufacturing and assembly of the narrow-body commercial jets were suspended in January, but now the OEM also is dealing with the widening effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on its operations and supply chain.


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GE to Increase Medical Equipment Production

GE Healthcare division will add manufacturing lines and increase employment to address global need for CTs, ultrasound devices, mobile X-ray systems, patient monitors and ventilators.


In The Spotlight

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Multitask Machining and Maximizing CAM Capabilities

ARCH Cutting Tools uses multi-axis CNC mill/turn machining and GibbsCAM to speed up the process of producing precision steel parts.


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Technology at Work: Manufacturing in Progress

Today, manufacturers are practical, creative, open to opportunities, and ready to work with the technologies available now. This special report looks at advanced manufacturing technology as it is now, and where it is leading today's manufacturers. Download this exclusive AM eBook.


Top Stories

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Flexible, Cost-Effective Re-Grinding System

Developed with a focus on re-sharpening of rotationally symmetrical tools, the Walter Helitronic Raptor is particularly well-suited for shops that do not require features like automatic tool support systems or automatic grinding wheel changers.


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Free Remote-Collaboration Software to Manage Covid-19 Impact

Remote collaboration and communication technology runs on smartphones, tablets, smart glasses, wearables, and computers – to address business continuity and worker safety challenges.


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