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 American Machinist Weekly Update 

In The Spotlight

WFL M50 MillTurn machine at Kersten Maschinenbau, Meissen, Germany.

Mill-Turn Machines Deliver Technological Diversity

At Kersten Maschinenbau, a transition to “complete machining” has expanded the range of production specialties, including turned parts up to 2,400 mm diameter and shafts up to 6,000 mm long.


Top Stories

Close view of CNC machine.

Machine Tool Orders Strong but Slower

Demand for new capital equipment is up +52.3% YTD, but machine shops and other manufacturers still face rising material, component, and transportation costs, and customers resisting price increases.


Milling cutter

Cutting Tool Demand Climbing Again

Consumption of cutting tools rose 10% from September and over 11% from last October, as manufacturers work past supply-chain delays.


Colleagues work at whiteboard.

Social Media is Corporate Communications

No Insta-brand marketing please. The best B2B outreach is done by experts talking about the profession they love – combining expertise and topical interest with an engaging style that draws new customers.


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Applying Nanotech to CNC Machining

Specially formulated coolant dissipates heat from the machining process – with benefits for the workpiece, the process, and the workplace.


Machining Doctor Promo

Time to See the Doctor

An experienced mechanical engineer cured one problem – how to fill free time – by developing a cure-all solution for machine shop owners and machine programmers and operators…


Editor's Choice

New hyperMILL® infeed strategy delivers top surface qualities for five-axis radial machining (blow molds).

More Power and Functionality in CAD/CAM Suite

New capabilities, enhancements offered for toolpath optimization, tool management, virtual machining, additive manufacturing, EDM, mill-turn and more.


ABB OmniCore robot controller

Robot Controllers Offer Faster, Scalable, More Energy-Efficiency

The expanded OmniCore robot controller family has more flexibility to respond to changing demands, with over 1,000 software and hardware functions


Greenleaf G-9610 inserts.

New Carbide Insert Grade for Machining Titanium

Available in various geometries, G-9610 inserts improve productivity for turning, with high resistance to BUE, chemical wear, abrasive wear, and loss of hardness.


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