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American Machinist Weekly Update

 American Machinist Weekly Update 
 

In The Spotlight

 
Lenny Kuhne Autobodywelding 1540

Experts Expect More Tech in Post-Pandemic Plants

What will restarted manufacturing operations look like? Sensors, robots/cobots, and social distancing will characterize plant operations, according to a research study.

 
 

Top Stories

 
Crafts Technology is responding to an urgent need for tungsten-carbide core pins used in injection molding, cutting production time by over 60%.

Expediting Hard Material Parts for Mold Production

Crafts Technology produces tungsten-carbide core pin tooling — something that is suddenly in urgent demand by injection molders supplying components for diagnostic systems.

 
 

 
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VMC Upgrade for High-Power Manufacturing

A Northeastern U.S. manufacturer of microwave transmission equipment got the machining upgrade it needed when it opted for a vertical CNC machine designed and built by Kent USA.

 
 

 
Boeing rolled out the first 787-10 Dreamliner built for Singapore Airlines at North Charleston, S.C.

Boeing Restarts 787 Assembly in S.C.

The North Charleston operation was idled in early April, but the restart of assembly there will be followed by a production-rate cut as Boeing scales back to deal with a collapse in commercial-aircraft demand.

 
 

 
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Proper Manufacturing Waste Disposal During COVID-19

Many items that were easily disposed before may be identified as hazardous now, so manufacturers may need to review and revise handling, storage and disposal practices.

 
 

Editor's Choice

 
Seco Discmill Cutters 1540

Cutters for Problem-Free Disc Milling

The 335.18 and 335.19 disc mill cutter bodies offer close-pitch insert pockets improve stability and productivity, with a plug-and-play internal coolant system to ensure high tool life and chip control.

 
 

 
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2.5D Vision Device for Robotic Arms

A machine-vision add-on device introduces depth perception and parts recognition for sorting and machine tending, without the typical complexity of vision systems.

 
 
 

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