The world of manufacturing and custom tools is always busy. Instead of crowding our social pages with news, we’re rounding up a few interesting stories we saw recently right here.
Enhancements to the Industry
Toolpath simulation helps shop go crash free
With their VERICUT toolpath simulation this company is able to make their processes more efficient, safe and predictable. With the complexity of modern machining this company knows relying on a machinist to catch every program error is risky, so they built this tool to help.
New cutting unit for light materials
Suhner’s has a line of drilling units that can be used to cut various light materials successfully, such as wood, light metals, plastic composite and foam. This could open up some new doors.
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Changes in the Industry
Free software licenses for those working from home
Hexagon Manufacturing is offering free and extended licenses for their CAE, CAD/CAM, metrology and machine monitoring software to help companies and professionals dealing with these new productivity challenges in our current world. Click that link for more info about what they are sharing and how to get it.
Manufacturers make adjustments in time of coronavirus
As effects of the pandemic are felt manufacturers continue to make adjustments, contingency plans and staffing decisions to stay as productive as possible.
Siemens Offers Additive Manufacturing Network and more to medical
One of many signs of the industry coming together is this company offering it’s products and services to the medical community to assist in quick design and production of necessary medical items.They also have some of their team available to answer questions.
500 new jobs to make N95 masks
With masks being needed at higher and higher rates companies like Honeywell are making major hires in attempts to keep up with demand.