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INDUSTRY 5.0 A White Paper By: Esben H. Østergaard Founder and CTO, Universal Robots

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Welcome to Industry 5.0

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Reducing Parts Cost

26 INDUSTRY INSIGHTS The Devil's in the Details

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The New Critical Success Factor

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Decreasing Cycle & Finish Time

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DEPARTMENTS 6 EDITORS LETTER 42 PRODUCT SHOWCASE 68 SURPLUS BUYING AND SELLING 67 BUYERS GUIDE 76 ADVERTISER INDEX ON THE COVER

If a shortage of advanced manufacturing workers is slowing your progress, don’t despair. Collaborative robots (cobots) are helping bridge the skills gap in manufacturing operations from small and mid-sized companies to huge multinationals. For more information, visit www.universal-robots.com


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As we close out the first quarter of 2018, we enter an already interesting year for manufacturing. American manufacturing continues to drive itself forward into Industry 4.0, but what’s next? Universal Robots tries to answer that question, in this months featured white paper. Esben H. Østergaard, Founder and CTO, Universal Robots, details how connecting automation technologies and those related to collaborative robot efforts will lead us to the fifth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 5.0 However, that may be still some time away. In our current industrial time frame, Siemens remains a leader in digitalization. The advantages of this technology continue to push the bounds of what is capable in manufacturing today. Data collected and fully understood leads to a higher competitive footing and provides an increase in quality production. In this issue, Siemens showcases how digitalization is the next critical success factor. Even with all of this technology, there are certain processes that remain a constant focal point. P.D. Peterka has been a fully equipped manufacturing facility since 1987. Their machining services allow them to fully understand deburring, and how the end result should be held to a stringent quality standard. When production demands rise, business owners have to take into consideration their own parts costs. Being able to avoid hard tooling as an upfront cost can often be one of the first solutions considered. But for one-stop metal shop DureX Inc., taking a hard look at production volume and the tooling involves revolves around the idea of the “ROI threshold.” Whether it is time tested tooling processes or technology that progresses our means of processes of production, where do you find yourself in the current industrial climate? Our quarterly edition features the latest from over fifty manufacturers and suppliers. It is our goal at Industrial Machinery Digest, to keep our readers on the forefront of technology. Nick Boliek Editor, Industrial Machinery Digest

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At Hannover Messe 2017, like at industrial trade shows and in manufacturing industry publications around the world, the predominant theme was Industry 4.0. Although Industry 4.0 still has not scaled up to cover a significant percentage of manufacturing setups, its vision of near-total automation – and the promise of resulting cost savings – has clearly captured the industry’s imagination. More importantly, even though the “lights out” factory is still a rare phenomenon, the connected automation technologies that form the backbone of Industry 4.0 are seeing widespread and growing deployment. And they are making important differences in the manufacture of many types of products and, in industries like healthcare, even the provision of services.

THE ROLE OF ROBOTS The use of robots in manufacturing has been on the rise since the 1960s, when they were first introduced as part of what technologists call Industry 3.0 (defined by programmable logic and advanced 8

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manufacturing). Robots grew up in the car industry, where they were used primarily to weld car bodies together. As technologies matured, robots began seeing use in other areas, such as logistics, and the medical and food industries. 2006 was the first year more robots were used outside the automotive industry than inside. The main driver behind the rise of industrial robots is said to be a desire to reduce or eliminate the “Three D’s” – dull, dangerous and dirty jobs. But other important drivers included the need for consistency of quality and consistency of flow in manufacturing. Today, robots are used not just in huge man- ufacturing and logistics facilities, but – thanks to the advent of smaller, more affordable and easy-to-use collaborative robots – in small and medium-sized businesses too.


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WHITE PAPER THE BENEFITS OF ROBOTIC AUTOMATION INCLUDE: • Robots improve the consistency of product quality and production line flow, meeting demand for high-quality products at lower cost • They save workers from having to perform repetitive, tedious and dangerous tasks at work • Todays connected – or “Industry 4.0” robots are able to consistently generate data on parts flow and process quality – data that can be used by AI or old-school data analysis to optimize both a factory and manufacturing processes

•Thanks to greater inherent flexibility than special machines or other hard automation, robots enable greater product variation on a single line and – when integrated with logistics systems in Industry 4.0 setups – enable factories to produce variants based on the customer’s choice of pre- configured options (often referred to as “mass customization”) • Because robots cost the same everywhere in the world, they can help companies reshore manufacturing jobs that have been transferred to low-cost labor countries and level the playing field in general

FROM MASS PRODUCTION TO MASS PERSONALIZATION

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Point 4 above – that connected Industry 4.0 technologies, including robots, are enabling manufacturers to mass customize their products like never before – is worth looking at in detail. Let’s take buying a car as an example.

This is Industry 4.0, and I believe it is the future of at least a large segment of consumer goods manufacturing. But it is not perfect.

Many readers of this paper will have grown up under Industry 3.0, which accompanied the rise of computing in business. Buying a car in the 1970s, 80s and 90s usually involved selecting a make and model at a car dealership, and then – if nothing in the show- room quite fit the bill – perhaps ordering a car in a particular color and with certain extras, like air conditioning. Granted, this is a lot of choice compared to what Henry “as long as it’s black” Ford had to offer (i.e., Industry 2.0). But it’s nothing like “configuring” a car online today. Today, car buyers have so many options to choose from, that any given buyer has a good chance of ending up with a car that at least appears to neighbors, co-workers and so on as one of a kind. Now, if you are the owner of this car, if you live in a city of, say, half a million people, and if nobody else has a car that’s exactly like yours, then you are driving a car that, to all appearances, was designed uniquely for you. Even if you’re not a millionaire. Even if it’s not a particularly expensive car. Driven by a desire to make affordable, high-quality products that at least give the appearance of uniqueness, today’s mass customization is largely enabled by Industry 4.0 technologies – including internet connections between dealership ordering systems, supply chain systems, and even the robots on the car factory floor. The customer makes choices from a growing list of options. This set of choices is configured and packed in just the right order. The truck arrives at the car factory at just the right minute. And the

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For producers, “lights out” manufacturing provides few opportunities for adding value. It’s all about lowering costs while ensuring product differentiation. For workers, it’s even worse. Those who are employed in Industry 4.0 setups are expected to work like machines, “programmed” by management to perform an exact number of tasks every hour. It’s work for robots, performed by humans only until technology advances far enough to replace the humans altogether. And it would not surprise me if a lean analysis of this type of factory were to find that it wastes human problem-solving skills, value-adding human creativity, and the critical and exclusively human ability to deeply understand customers. Most importantly, the mass customization described above and enabled by Industry 4.0 is not enough. Because consumers want more. They want mass personalization, which can only be had when the human touch returns to manufacturing. This is what I call Industry 5.0.

PSYCHOLOGY TRUMPS TECHNOLOGY In the 1960s, as Industry 3.0 was starting to make waves in society, the Canadian media theory guru Marshall McLuhan proclaimed that “the medium is the message” – that new technologies determine changes in patterns of human thought and behavior. Technologists like me might wish that were the case – i.e., that we are the ones who decide how people act. But I don’t believe that McLuhan was right. I believe that human psychology trumps technology, and puts it to its own uses.


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WHITE PAPER I believe that people want to stand out. To be seen as unique. To express themselves through their choices – including their purchasing choices. Now, for the first time since the dawn of the Industrial Age, technologies are available that enable people to express themselves as individuals through personalized products. Not just low-tech products, but any product that can send the right signals. And not just products that only the super-rich can afford, but products within reach even for people with modest incomes. This desire for mass personalization forms the psychological and cultural driver behind Industry 5.0 – which involves using technology to return human value add to manufacturing. Before we examine that in more detail, I might note that the desire for mass personalization also calls another Industry 3.0 assumption into question. The American futurist Alvin Toffler’s influential 1970s work Future Shock saw too many choices as a problem for consumers, who would need to band together into groups in order to deal with choice overload. Yet in place of Toffler’s “shock”, we see consumers reveling in choice – with one person expressing herself by playing music from an infinite number of options online and another spinning vinyl on a Shinola turntable, handmade in Detroit. The mass-personalization and related trends also call some common Industry 4.0 assumptions into question – epecially the oft-expressed but wrong-headed claim that robots are “taking over” and “stealing our jobs”. At Universal Robots, we have found that companies who deploy our collaborative robots end up employing more people, not fewer, than they did before they went robot- ic. Instead of replacing workers, the cobots have helped grow these companies’ business. And we expect that, just as with Industry 1.0, Industry 2.0 and Industry 3.0, this latest wave of industrial automation will result in net job growth, not loss 3. To be clear, there are huge swaths of product types that nobody wants personalized and that Industry 4.0 setups, with their traditional industrial robots, are perfect for. Nobody wants a personalized drywall

anchor, engine block or lawn-mower blade. If these products can be made at a minimal cost in a lights-out factory, this would benefit everyone. Industry 5.0 products, on the other hand, empower people to realize the basic human urge to express themselves – even if they have to pay a premium price to do so. Making these products requires what we call the human touch.

THE RETURN OF THE HUMAN TOUCH I believe that the personalized products consumers will demand most and pay most for are products that bear the distinctive mark of human care and craftsmanship. Fine watches, craft beers, designer items of every kind, even (I saw in the supermarket recently) black salt from Iceland, hand-dyed with local coal. Products like these can only be made through human involvement – human engagement. And I believe that this human touch, above all, is what consumers seek when they want to express their identity through the products they buy. These consumers accept technology – they don’t mind if automation, for example, is a part of the manufacturing process. But they crave the personal imprint of human designers and craftspeople, who produce something special and unique through their personal effort. This is personalization. This is the feeling of luxury. This is the future. At Universal Robots, we call this trend “Industry 5.0” mainly as a good-natured jab at Siemens, who was behind the Industry 4.0 moniker. But in a sense, what we’re calling Industry 5.0 is more anti-industrial than industrial. It’s a return to something earlier. To a time before industrialization, when a gift, for example, was something someone you know might have spent months hand-knitting, or hand-carving. Just for you, because the person who made the gift knew you personally and thus knew how to make a gift for you and no one else. But how do the human designers and craftspeople that today’s consumers look for in their purchases make products that live up to the quality standards people expect today? And that come at a price people can afford? Collaborative robots are a big part of the answer.

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Far from fenced-off industrial robots that replace human workers with automated processes, collaborative robots enhance human craftsmanship with the speed, accuracy and precision required to make modern products with a human touch. Because while consumers might want to express themselves through market-square baskets and hand- painted flowerpots, they also want to do it with their smartphones, luxury headsets and “personalized” car designs. Collaborative robots are essentially power tools that give craftspeople – aka “operators” – superhuman powers in terms of speed and accuracy. Which is what it takes to make industrially manufactured products with a human touch.

BROADER IMPLICATIONS As briefly mentioned earlier, what I’m calling Industry 5.0 is in fact not an incremental development from Industry 4.0. It is not just more ramped up automation. It is, in an important sense, the end of automation – but an “end” that is, in fact, enabled at least in part by robotic automation. That, in my view, is the great irony in the latest leap forward in automation – whether you call it Industry 5.0 or something entirely different. It is a return to what, at least in many respects, resembles a pre-industrial form of goods production, but one that is enabled by the most advanced industrial automation technologies out there, starting with collaborative robots.

It’s not like us at Universal Robots to wax too philosophical. But I might suggest that what I’m referring to as Industry 5.0 in this paper addresses – at least in some small way – what Marx called alienation, the idea that, through modern industrial production, workers lose control over their lives by losing control over their work. That they become automatons, who only go through the motions of human labor, without contributing to or benefiting from it in any meaningful way. By putting human beings back at the center of industrial production – aided by tools such as collaborative robots – Industry 5.0 not only gives consumers the products they want today, but gives workers jobs that are more meaningful than factory jobs have been in well over a century.

To contact Esben H. Østergaard, email esben@universal-robots.com Learn more about Universal Robots at universal-robots.com

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OEMs turn to one-stop metal parts shops that can transition to more cost-effective fabrication and machining techniques as demand increases When OEMs outsource component parts manufacturing, the type of fabrication, stamping or machining technique utilized is often a major factor in the final, per-piece cost. However, the initial volumes required may also dictate the metalworking technique or process selected, particularly for new products just beginning to find a market. While certain complex metal parts can only be machined, thinner gauge parts and enclosures are typically stamped using hard tooling or fabricated using lasers, turret presses or press brakes. For start-ups or smaller companies with more modest production requirements, however, avoiding the high, upfront costs of hard tooling can be appealing. As a result, fabrication alternatives that do not require that investment - even if the cost per piece is higher - are the better initial choice. But what happens when demand increases and an OEM needs to scale up production? When this is the case, determining the ideal time to transition to

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a more economical alternative can be challenging. In some cases, it can even involve the difficult decision to move from a trusted supplier. After all, most sheet metal fabricators do not also offer stamping, and vice versa. This is where more sophisticated “one-stop� metal parts manufacturers can deliver a significant advantage. By offering the full gamut of sheet metal fabrication, stamping and machining options under one roof, these larger operations are in a much better position to scale with the customer as demand increases. This includes facilitating the transition to hard tooling, mixing and matching metalworking techniques for multi-component assemblies, and incorporating hybrid and secondary tooling approaches to further reduce costs.

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BUSINESS 4.0 Had it not been cost-effective to use hard tooling for the box, it many have been for the cover because it is a cheaper tool. In that case, the customer could continue to receive a set of parts from the same supplier. A hybrid approach can even be used. “I may fabricate a part on our turret press or use laser cutting and then use a hard tool to form it into a box,” says Denholtz. Tools can also be staged to create a blank, before a secondary press is used to form it into a box with another hard tool. Finally, if it is determined that it is worth the cost, a full-blown progressive die can be purchased that will form the entire box completely with very little labor.

AIR CONDITIONING PARTS For Michael Milazzo, CEO of Simon-Aire, working with a metal parts supplier that actually initiates suggestions is highly unusual. “With a sheet metal part that costs $10, it may cost $6 for stamping, but the OEM may have to spend $30-40,000 in tooling. So for that $4 saving, they need to make sure they have 10-20,000 pieces so they can pay off the tooling quickly,” says Denholtz. Founded in 1946, DureX, Inc. operates a 120,000 square foot facility that provides metal stamping, sheet metal fabrication and CNC machining. The company has more than 50 presses with capacity up to 400 tons, along with laser cutting equipment and turret presses - in addition to value-added services such as powder coating, assembly, packaging and fulfillment. According to Denholtz, a one-stop-shop can work with a customer by offering a full progression of options based on what he calls “the ROI threshold.” For example, for a startup that needs 500 units per month, it may not make sense to spend the money for stamping, so the part can be fabricated. As the program matures and the OEM goes from 500 to 5,000 units per month, the customer can move from fabrication to hard tooling in a smooth transition with the same supplier. In one real-world example, Denholtz says a customer was spending $18 for a power supply chassis with a $4 cover. As volume requirements increased, DureX suggested it was time to move to hard tooling. This reduced the overall cost from $22 to $14. “The customer is saving $8 a unit and now they are up to over 3,000 units a month,” explains Denholtz. “The tooling cost $80,000, so at $24,000 in savings each month it took 3.5 months to get the money back.”

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“I’ve worked with many sheet metal fabricators over the years and they are often silent, says Milazzo. “They just keep moving forward without stopping to say, ‘listen, if you do this, you can save yourself 12 passes,’ or ‘the weight of the sheet metal is too heavy, if you use a lower gauge, you can reduce your costs.’“ Simon-Aire Inc. manufactures Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners, a type of self-contained HVAC system commonly found in hotels, senior housing facilities, hospitals, dormitories and apartment buildings. The company also offers parts and accessories, including replacement chassis, hydronic heat assemblies, louvers, wall sleeves, room enclosures and control components. For these products, Simon-Aire requires a variety of metal parts and components from DureX.


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BUSINESS 4.0 “I’ll get a phone call saying ‘have you thought about this?’ says Milazzo. “That’s a good phone call to get. They don’t bill me for that - it doesn’t make them more money - it’s just part of the relationship.” “They are not just trying to get more money from me. They are trying to save us money while improving the product to keep us alive another day,” says Milazzo. There are other advantages to working with a parts manufacturer with experience across the metalworking spectrum. “I basically get to pick their brains on every little ‘what if’ that I’ve been considering,” say Milazzo. “They are able to pull from their experience with the customer that makes rifle components and the one that makes a hot dog cooker or a sign for Dunkin Donuts. They pull all that together and at the end of it comes a technology that I can use in my air conditioning business.” Milazzo was also able to pursue a project with DureX that would help him reduce the amount of warehouse space required for a volume of large, bulky products in inventory. “Many of our sheet metal components are basically like a box, so they take up a lot of dead air space,” explains Milazzo. “If you have hundreds of them, you’re paying a lot of money to store them.”

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Durex developed a “knockdown” box that could be stored flat until final finishing and assembly. This would allow 50 or 60 components to be stored in the same space that normally fit about 12. “That is going to make a big difference, because that saves a lot of space, which in a warehouse translates into money,” says Milazzo, adding that it also provides him with a competitive edge over his much larger competitors. Milazzo says it’s extremely important to have a good, collaborative relationship with the metal parts supplier. This includes working from the prototype phase through product development.

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CONSOLIDATING THE VENDOR BASE By offering a variety of metalworking and fabricating options, a onestop parts manufacturer can also be used by larger companies that deal with hundreds, even thousands, of vendors to consolidate its vendor base. “By dealing with one vendor instead of many, that means one purchase order, one visit to the vendor, one quality survey, one check to write,” says Denholtz. “It can take a lot of managing if you have to 10, 20, or 30 vendors.”

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DEBURRING:

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A significant amount of the exchange that takes place between machined part manufacturers and their customers relies on trust. We trust that the parts we purchase will function as advertised, and at the very least not harm our existing equipment. However, subtle yet essential finishing processes can make or break your productivity, and not every machine shop or parts manufacturer operates under the quality control standards necessary to keep your technicians safe and your equipment functional. When it comes to deburring the sharp edges and irregularities in machined parts, settling for subpar can have serious consequences.

DO YOUR DEBURRING HOMEWORK Whether you run your own in-house parts machining operation, or order your parts from another manufacturer, there are steps you can take and questions you can ask in order to ensure the proper deburring of the parts you use and sell. According to Erik Atkinson of P.D. Peterka & Associates, a machine shop based in Saukville, WI, deburring is usually done by hand, but there are a growing number of automated deburring machines out there. Though sanding down sharp edges seems like a simple process on face value, manual deburring requires significant skill and technique in order to remove just the right amount of material without damaging the part itself.

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Here are a few of the deburring proecsses that keep parts appropriately smooth: • cutting processes • power brushing • bonded abrasive finishing • abrasive blasting • abrasive flow deburring

Cutting processes and power brushing, also known as sanding, are some of the most common deburring methods, while methods like abrasive blasting are considered precision and allow for part tolerance to be maintained. Automated deburring, or mass finishing, is sometimes offered by machine shops and is accomplished via barrel tumbling, vibratory finishing, or spindle finishing. Before finalizing an order, it’s generally good practice to inquire with the parts manufacturer on what kinds of deburring methods are used there, and whether or not they are ideal for your application.


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To quote Atkinson, “a machine can’t always do everything,” and it’s sometimes better to trust your parts with a highly skilled machinist who can effectively remove any dangerous edges or irregularities while still maintaining the integrity of your part. At P.D. Peterka, for example, deburring is left to the highest qualified machinists in-house. Like all of their machining and finishing processes, deburring is subject to a uniquely strict quality control protocol, and is primarily carried out by their top Quality Control Manager, Steve Scueder, a machinist with over 20 years of experience. Given that a poorly or improperly deburred part can cut the hands of employees, damage hydraulic equipment, or simply fail to function properly altogether, P.D. Peterka & Associates doesn’t like to take their chances.

CHECK YOUR VENDOR’S WORK Another way to avoid the consequences of using or selling improperly deburred machined parts is to check the quality of the deburring work done by other vendors. It’s common practice in the manufacturing industry to outsource the manufacturing of certain parts to other manufacturers, and while that might cut down on costs, it doesn’t mean that we should trust in the quality control standards of other machinists. P.D. Peterka also occasionally utilizes parts from other manufacturers, but not before inspecting and deburring them to their satisfaction. Their customers have come to expert the highest level of quality in the parts they offer, and taking that extra step ensures that P.D. Peterka is able to maintain their reputation and customer satisfaction. At the end of the day, your customers and employees are going to come to you when something goes wrong, making attention to the details an essential part of ethical and productive machining and manufacturing. Deburring is just one of the processes that allows machined parts to do the work they’re intended for, and whether or not your operation is responsible for the finishing of the parts you use, putting your trust in the right experts and exercising an extra degree of quality control can help you avoid disaster.

About P.D. Peterka Founded in 1987, P.D. Peterka grew from a small machine shop to a fully equipped outsource manufacturing facility. Located in the USA for all of your outsource manufacturing needs. Machining services range from CNC machine capabilities to intricate manual machining for retrofitting of parts. For more information, visit www.pdpeterka.com

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It seems every trade magazine nowadays has an article on Industry 4.0 or big data or the Internet of Things or the digital factory. These terms are being pitched around like a rugby ball and almost always with a decided lack of clear definitions. So, as the saying goes, let’s set the record straight.

HISTORY After German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in conjunction with her ministers of industry and education, ordered a study about the manufacturing environment, the ACATECH, which is a portmanteau word for academic and technology, the German Academy of Science & Engineering drafted the vision of Industrie 4.0. It was planned as a coordinated initiative between the IT world, universities and various manufacturing associations, designed to reshape industry. It would seek to combine the physical, virtual, IT and cyber systems, thereby creating a new working environment between worker and machine. The 4.0 part of the name, incidentally, derives from the fourth industrial revolution, the predecessors being the emergence of

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mechanization through steam/water power, the impact of electricity on mass production and the invention of the computer, which led to our modern concepts of IT and automation. Industry 4.0 (English spelling) has been adopted worldwide as a functional goal in industry, especially the manufacturing world. As a sidebar, we all know today’s market has been additionally impacted by the emergence of new materials and now 3D printing, but that’s another story. Industry 4.0 represents a highpoint of dynamic achievement, where every company, whether a large OEM, major tier supplier or smaller job shop, can implement and benefit from the technologies and communications platforms available today. Without question, Industry 4.0 is less a vision of the future and more a vibrant collaboration between IT, machine builders, industrial automation integrators and especially motion control suppliers, who function at the heart of the machines, simultaneously effecting motion, then gathering and transmitting the relevant data to the appropriate control link in the company’s infrastructure, all at speeds measured in nanoseconds.


To work effectively, this concept requires a standardization of platforms in both communications and languages used.

INTEGRATION IN PRACTICE While the big data idea overwhelms most managers, technicians and operators alike, the key is the manipulation of that data in a hierarchy of need, to borrow a term from the psychology world. The mobile device, tablet, cell phone and now the HMI screen itself can all be useful tools in transmitting the most important data from the shop floor to the top floor, or just down the hall to the front office. We say that for a reason, as the small shop owner would be well advised to heed this trend and respond appropriately. That action might take the form of using an integrator to tie all the machine functions and outputs together for that day when his OEM or upper tier customer demands it. In many industrial sectors, that day has already arrived. Also, the cybersecurity issue cannot be understated, as we will soon see a shift from the open to the closed cloud for data storage in a factory or shop network. The protection of your intellectual property remains paramount, on a global scale, today. To overlook that reality is to compromise the stability and security of your company. “Remaining competitive” takes on many meanings, depending on your location in the world, but here are some thoughts on how manufacturers can do it better today. By the time you finish reading this column, another entrepreneur will have figured out a way to make it happen for his or her company. Time-to-market reduction is as critical today as ever. Shorter innovation cycles, the result of new product lifecycle management software and services available to companies both big and small, mean the savvy product companies can take their concept and make it fly in just a fraction of the time spent in the past — and by “past”, we mean compared to about ten years ago. With the recent, rapid expansion of application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) capability, much more functionality can be built into a product today and this means the manufacturing community must be even more flexible and responsive, not merely reactive, than ever before. With the “big data” impact that has resulted from the above scenario, both machine and component manufacturers are challenged in many ways, not the least of which is the daunting task of deciphering the important or exceptional from the nominal. A quality ERP or MES system can tell you what you need to know, but the keys are the determining factors that make up the inputs to these

systems and how their priorities are set. From our perspective in the motion control and communication platform world, where customers task us with the control, generation or application of movement on everything from a machine tool to a packaging line, from an automotive assembly line to a turnkey book printing facility, we see a great variety of needs among OEMs as well as end-users in these various segments. All of them require flexibility and often highly-customized solutions to their manufacturing or processing challenges. Plus, maintaining high productivity on aging equipment is a constant concern for every company. Do they need to retrofit their existing machine or invest in a new one? Are enhanced robotics and transfer mechanisms or more personnel required on the line? Should they focus on better asset management or an entirely new business model, when thinking about their factories or processing facilities? Today, as the digital factory emerges in all industries and at companies of all sizes, we find ourselves providing answers to these questions, based on not only product, but also software, communication, bus protocol and other areas of manufacturing expertise.

UTILIZATION OF THE DATA TO REMAIN COMPETITIVE TODAY It’s now a popular saying that “data drives utilization.” Using data smartly, however, requires an educated workforce that can take product design and turn it into viable and profitable production for the employer, regardless of the machine, widget, chemistry or package being produced. In a world dictated by product lifecycle management needs, the correlation between design, production planning, output and delivery, plus the monitoring of usage and returns in the field, has never been more important, but also never more manageable, given the new tools available from both product and service providers in the market today.

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NEW TECH With IT as the link, today’s digital factory will, as we say, tie the shop floor to the top floor. A word about security: The involvement of your suppliers, especially as it pertains to the cyber security of big data, is a critical factor today. While technology is key, so is the old-fashioned but highly underrated notion of trust. Companies are most productive when they can trust their suppliers, especially those who promote a “defense in depth” approach to cyber security. That value can often come in unseen ways, such as the access provided to your workforce for prompt and effective answers to questions. Perhaps it’s a 24-hour hotline, perhaps it’s an onboard technical manual in the machine controller with troubleshooting capability on-screen, or perhaps it’s a supplier-provided training webinar that will expand the way your operators and maintenance personnel use their machines. Taking full advantage of these services will improve the productivity of your factory floor. You hear about

total cost of ownership (TCO) and this is one of those subtle but very real factors that drives that calculation. Another key area in remaining competitive is the cost of energy. The more a machine can do with less energy, the more efficient and profitable it becomes. That’s the obvious part. How to get there can take many forms. For example, the simple notion of regenerative energy, a concept in play in the electrical world since Sprague’s regen braking motor in 1886, can be monitored and manipulated by today’s drives, putting power back onto the grid or using it to drive other equipment. By simply implementing “smart” motors, drives and other equipment, manufacturers of all types can improve their productivity and the bottom line — a win-win, to be sure. Lastly, safety must be paramount, not only as it protects the workforce, but also as it contributes to overall efficiency and the

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profit picture. Fewer accidents result when there is a reduction in the mean time to repair and equipment is replaced before it malfunctions and hurts someone. This requires implementing both preventive and predictive maintenance protocols at your company.

EXAMPLES FROM INDUSTRY TODAY Confidence in digital manufacturing is higher than ever among leading companies these days and for good reason. Industry leaders are beginning to realize benefits from their investments in digital technologies and next-generation robotics. One carmaker offers a prime example of how the benefits of digitalization can accrue. In their case, everything from design to execution planning is implemented digitally. They once required 30 months to manufacture their luxury sports sedan, from start to finish. Thanks to digitalization, production time was reduced to 16 months and the company succeeded in achieving a threefold manufacturing productivity increase. Another successful application of digitalization can be found at another car plant equipped with more than 1,000 robots, all of which help to weld vehicle bodies with accuracy within a tenth of a millimeter. Robots also control the first fully automated hang-on assembly line, which attaches the doors, hoods and hatches to the vehicles – a process that previously was entirely manual. The plant also has an automated engine marriage process and a new integrated paint process that uses

30% less energy and produces 40% fewer emissions. Digitalization and its proper implementation is now emerging as a critical success factor for industry. It means gathering more data and analyzing that data in a virtual context so that better decisions and, in many cases, predictive decisions can be made. It’s changing the way products are developed, built and delivered through machine learning, additive manufacturing and advanced robotics. And it’s changing the way products evolve through cloud technology, knowledge automation and big-data analytics. Digital technologies present a billion-dollar opportunity for manufacturers to transform their production and reorient their value proposition to meet the needs of today’s digital consumers. The competitiveness of the manufacturer increases because digitalization introduces even higher speed into the product development lifecycle, thus enabling faster response to consumer demand. Simulation is one digitalization tool which drives shorter innovation cycles, even when highly complex products and large volumes of manufacturing data are involved. In a simulation environment, a virtual model of each component in a device or machine is generated, which allows designers and builders to explore what-if scenarios easily and quickly.

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DIGITAL CONNECTION A connected digital factory and the big data it generates provide manufacturers with the insight and agility required to compete. Digitalization gives manufacturers the capability to increase productivity across their entire value chain, from design and engineering to production, sales and service, with integrated feedback throughout the process. In practical terms, this means faster time-to-market, greater flexibility and enhanced availability of systems on the plant floor.

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DECREASING CYCLE & FINISHING TIME Flexible hone provides fine surface finish for internal bores, along with edge breaking of undercuts and deburring of intersecting drilled holes For contract part manufacturers, the ability to produce tight tolerance parts at a faster rate is the key to remaining profitable in a crowded, highly competitive market. To do this, machine shops constantly seek out creative ways to improve on overall cycle time, including speeding metal finishing operations. Although machine shops may have some auxiliary finishing equipment, the primary focus is on the machining. As a result, many shops must send parts out for secondary finishing steps such as thermal deburring, tumbling and burnishing. However, for job shops like Wolfram Manufacturing, a company that machines metal parts with complex geometries on 4 and 5-axis machines, sending out parts for secondary finishing not only adds to the cost, but can impact quality and increase the time it takes to deliver the parts to customers. “There’s the additional time, not to mention the additional cost of having someone else do the work time. In the competitive environment today, we’re often faced with short lead times from customers,” says Tim Urano, Quality Manager. “Having to send parts to an outside vendor eats into our lead time and takes significant planning.”

COMPLETE WITHIN MACHINING PROCESS A better alternative for many machine shops, says Urano, is to incorporate machine tools that can complete the finishing tasks within the machining process. “Any time we can incorporate secondary operations right into the machining process, we save time, money, and reduce our work in progress,” adds Urano.


In one example, Wolfram Manufacturing was charged with making a unique part for a sliding valve assembly with complex internal geometries that require a high surface finish on the internal bore and the elimination of any sharp edges from drilled holes.

“Any time we can incorporate secondary operations right into the machining process, we save time, money, and reduce our work in progress,” adds Urano.

Sliding valves, which are movable elements in a system, are used to direct the flow of a working fluid into the proper channel. The assembly is part of a larger product used in pressurized down-hole drilling tool. To operate properly, the valves utilize O-rings that must be seated properly and maintain tight contact with the bore without getting cut by any sharp edges from intersecting holes or undercuts. “The customer’s primary concern is that the O-ring seal is protected from being cut or damaged by any sharp edges or burrs,” says Tim Urano, Quality Manager at Wolfram Manufacturing. “It is one of the main reasons we use the Flex-Hone Tool.”

CONSISTENT RESULTS The Flex-Hone, from Brush Research Manufacturing, is a highly specialized abrasive tool characterized by the small, abrasive globules that are permanently mounted to flexible filaments. Available in many sizes, abrasive types and grits, the tool is used for deburring, edge-blending, cross-hatching, and removing cut, torn or folded metal. “It’s very easy to put the flexible hone in a toolholder, give it a simple toolpath cycle and let it run. With some of the other in-machine deburring tools it can take complex 4-5 axis paths to be effective,” explains Urano.

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PROCESS To satisfy the customer’s requirements, Wolfram Manufacturing had to reliably remove burrs and sharp edges in cross-drilled holes and other difficult-to-access areas such as undercuts. “The part has some undercuts and some intersecting crossholes so we use the tool to edge break and help blend the chamfers at the same time,” says Urano. “The hone is one of the only tools that can reach that edge. It doesn’t alter the feature geometry, but it rounds it enough that it won’t damage the O-ring.” A high surface finish is called out on the internal bores where the valve assembly actuates. As part of a multi-step process, Wolfram Manufacturing utilizes a coarse grit Flex-Hone to smooth out any irregularities left during drilling and finishes the bore with a fine grit hone. “Final finishing operations don’t accommodate much variation, so they need the uniform surface preparation that the flexible hone provides,” explains Urano. “By using these tools, we can achieve more consistent results.” While FlexHones are often used with automated production equipment, they can also be used for offline deburring. If during post-processing or inspection any damage occurs to the bore finish, Wolfram is able to go back in with the hone and clean it up.

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Urano adds that Wolfram Manufacturing will continue to use the brush, “Whenever we see applications with intersecting holes, or particular surface finishing requirements in a bore, it’s one of the first tools we will go to.”

ABOUT BRUSH RESEARCH MANUFACTURING Brush Research offers flex hones, power brushes, wire brushes and much more to help solve your deburring and surface finishing problems. All of their brushes and tools are high quality, durable and come in a variety of abrasive types, grits and sizes. Industrial brushes are cutting or cleaning tools. Commonly used in metalworking settings, wire brushes are used for heavy- duty cleaning, surface finishing, deburring, surface prep, rust and corrosion removal, weld removal, slug and scale remove etc. With industrial brushes, each filament in itself is a cutting tool. Browse their selection of flex hones, power brushes and wire brushes and place your order online today. For more information, contact Brush Research Manufacturing, Brush Research Mfg. Co., Inc., 4642 Floral Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90022; Phone: (323) 261-2193; Fax: (323) 268-6587; email: info@brushresearch.com or visit the web site: www.brushresearch.com


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New FARO® Design ScanArm® 2.0 Improves Product Design Workflow

Clamping technology for turning machines from HAIMER

FARO® introduces the next generation FARO® Design ScanArmFARO®  2.0, specifically designed to address the most demanding challenges and requirements faced by product design and product engineering professionals.   It offers an exceptional combination of flexibility, reliability, value and performance through best in class accuracy, resolution and ergonomics. The new Design ScanArmFARO®  2.0 delivers up to 25% improved system accuracy compared to the previous generation and is available in three highly maneuverable arm lengths – 2.5m, 3.5m and 4m –

HAIMER is now also offering new tool clamping solutions for turning and rotary transfer machines. Amongst these solutions are the HAIMER ER 16 and ER 25 shrink fit collets which in combination with driven tools bring forward all the advantages that shrinking technology has to offer. The new shrink fit collets with the HAIMER Duo-Lock interface can be combined with various carbide tool heads and can also be used in tool turrets. They can be used with standard ER tool holders and are compatible with all common ER clamping nuts. Due to their closed shape the shrink fit collets are sealed and prevent the clamping cones from getting dirty.

For more information, visit www.faro.com

For more information, visit www.haimer-usa.com

Pallet Jack-Compatible Orbital Wrapper from TAB Industries, LLC Eases Truck Loading and Unloading

Sumitomo’s New AC8000P Series Grades for Cutting Steel Features Advanced Absotech Platinum CVD Coating

Orbital wrappers in the TAB Wrapper Tornado line from TAB Industries, LLC, wrap plastic film 360 degrees around and under the pallet and its load yet leave fork entries accessible to manual and powered pallet jacks, as well as to forklifts, to allow smooth, easy movement without risk of compromising the integrity of the film wrap. Ideal for material handling, packaging and shipping managers, the TAB Wrapper Tornado orbital wrapping machines enable LTL, common carrier and company delivery drivers who typically travel with pallet jacks to load and unload their trucks and trailers safely, quickly and easily. For more information, visit www.tabwrapper.com

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New from Sumitomo Electric Carbide, Inc., AC8000P Series Grades for steel turning features advanced Absotech Platinum CVD Coating for a longer tool life and an overall cost reduction in steel cutting. For exceptional performance, the AC8000P Series consists of this patented CVD coating, a new surface layer and a smooth surface treatment from the crystal orientation process. Three grades are available to meet a complete range of application requirements. For more information, visit www.sumicarbide.com


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E X P A N D I N G OPPORTUNITIES: Strong economic growth bodes well for one of the busiest shows in years; IMTS works with McCormick Place to expand exhibit space. Registration is now open for this year’s leading industrial manufacturing event, IMTS – The International Manufacturing Technology Show 2018. Manufacturing professionals across the globe will gather at Chicago’s McCormick Place, Sept. 10-15, 2018, seeking technologies and innovations that will give their organization a competitive edge. As of January, 1,803 exhibitors have secured a total of 1,307,230 sq. ft. of exhibit space, which is ahead of the previous show numbers (1,455 exhibitors occupying 1.27 million sq. ft.) at this time. “With the U.S. manufacturing sector expanding at its fastest pace since 2004 and capital equipment investment likely to follow, we anticipate that IMTS 2018 will be one of the busiest shows ever,” says Peter R. Eelman, Vice President – Exhibitions & Business Development at AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology, which produces IMTS. Eelman notes that the December 2017 Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) registered 59.7 percent, an increase of 1.5 percentage points from the November reading of 58.2 percent, which is well above the PMI of 50 that indicates economic expansion. Further, U.S. cutting tool consumption continued to grow year-to-date in November 2017,

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showing gains of 8.2 percent compared to the same point in 2016 according to data compiled by the latest Cutting Tool Market Report, a collaboration between AMT and the U.S. Cutting Tool Institute. “In a growing economic environment, more manufacturers attend IMTS,” says Eelman. “To stay competitive, they know that there is no better place to research new technology, find productivity-enhancing solutions, evaluate vendors and connect with industry leaders than at IMTS.”

EXPANDING VENUES IMTS 2016 was the third largest in number of registrations (115,612) and in net square feet of exhibit space (1,370,256). This show hosted the highest number of exhibiting companies ever (2,407). Anticipating a stronger show in 2018, IMTS worked with McCormick Place to expand exhibit space, including securing E Hall. Located on Level 2 of the East Building, E Hall has been a successful part of IMTS’s history, providing easy and prominent visitor access and steady, fluid traffic throughout the show. For IMTS 2018, E Hall will


house the Machine Components/Cleaning/Environmental Pavilion and Tooling & Workholding Annex. “Historically, the Tooling & Workholding Pavilion was located in E Hall for many years, so IMTS veterans will feel right at home with its ‘new’ location for IMTS 2018,” says Eelman. He notes that the East Building and its Halls open one hour earlier than the South, North and West Buildings. E Hall offers visitors direct access from registration (next to the E Hall entrance), as well as from shuttle bus drop-off areas.

Emerging Technology Center will remain at the entrance to the North Building. For IMTS 2018, Modern Machine Shop’s (MMS) Top Shops and Today’s Technology Center (TTC) will flank the ETC, creating an emerging and top technology destination in one of the show’s most prominent locations.

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For IMTS 2018, Hannover Messe USA and its four co-located shows will expand into the E Hall. New for IMTS 2018, Hannover Messe USA will feature a digital factory display. Because of its rapid growth, the highly popular Additive Manufacturing Pavilion has been relocated to the West Building and will include a second Additive Emerging Technology Center (ETC). The original AMT

ABOUT IMTS – INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY SHOW

ABOUT AMT – THE ASSOCIATION FOR MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

The largest and longest running manufacturing technology trade show in the United States is held every other year at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. IMTS 2018 will run Sept. 10-15. IMTS is ranked among the largest trade shows in the world. Recognized as one of the world’s preeminent stages for introducing and selling manufacturing equipment and technology, IMTS attracts visitors from every level of industry and more than 117 countries. IMTS 2016 was the third largest in number of registrations (115,612) and in net square feet of exhibit space (1,370,256). This show hosted the highest number of exhibiting companies ever (2,407). IMTS is owned and managed by AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology.

AMT represents U.S.-based builders and distributors of manufacturing technology – the advanced machinery, devices, and digital equipment that U.S. manufacturing relies on to be productive, innovative, and competitive. Located in McLean, VA, near the nation’s capital, AMT acts as the industry’s voice to speed the pace of innovation, increase global competitiveness and develop manufacturing’s advanced workforce of tomorrow. With extensive expertise in industry data and intelligence, as well as a full complement of international business operations, AMT offers its members an unparalleled level of support. For more information, visit www.AMTonline.org

For more information, visit www.IMTS.com

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THINBIT® the Diamond Standard CBN and Tipped Inserts

Walter Expands its Highly Productive T2711/T2712 Thread Milling Cutter Family

THINBIT®, manufactured by Kaiser Tool Company, is pleased to announce inserts tipped with CBN (cubic boron nitride) and PCD (polycrystalline diamond). PCD and CBN inserts are available for grooving, turning, face grooving, threading, boring, parting, form tools and custom geometries. CBN Tipped Inserts provide an increased production rate, improved surface finish and dimensional control when used on high-temperature alloys. PCD Tipped inserts provide an increased production rate, improved surface finish and dimensional control when used on non-ferrous and abrasive metal.

Walter has expanded the range of its innovative T2711/T2712 thread milling cutter family for cutting large threads with two new tool bodies for the M56 and M64 threads and three new thread milling cutter inserts. Walter’s multiple-row T2711/T2712 thread milling cutter family, which can increase productivity for some Walter applications by as much as 90%, can now be used for all dimensions in the coarsepitch thread range. The T2711/T2712 is the first thread milling system to combine the advantages of thread milling with those of thread tapping. Multiple thread sections can be machined simultaneously with high cutting parameters, enabling machining times comparable to those of thread tapping and forming.

For more information, visit www.thinbit.com

For more information, visit www.walter-tools.com

Mazak Compact VARIAXIS i-300 Simultaneous 5-axis Machine Features Auto Work Changer Mazak’s versatile VARIAXIS i-300 simultaneous 5-axis vertical machining center is now even more flexible and efficient with the addition of a high-capacity Auto Work Changer (AWC). Designed for automated small- to medium-size part-processing operations, the new VARIAXIS i-300 AWC excels in machining aluminum and other nonferrous metals for a wide variety of industries, including aerospace, medical and automotive.e machine comes standard with a multiple drum tool storage system that holds up to 145 tools, while the AWC with 32 positions accommodates workpieces up to 13.779” in diameter, 12.401” high and weighing up to 135 lbs. For more information, visit www.MazakUSA.com

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New Book Release, eWON® Special Edition: Secure Remote Access for Industrial Machines for Dummies HMS Industrial Networks announces the release of the book “Secure Remote Access for Industrial Machines for Dummies,” eWON® Special Edition. After-sales service and support for industrial machines are costly and time-consuming. Experienced engineers and technicians travel to customer sites to diagnose issues, answer questions, provide training, and resolve problems. Wouldn’t it be awesome to be able to quickly and securely perform diagnostics and resolve most of those issues remotely? This is underlying theme for the book “Secure Remote Access for Industrial Machines for Dummies,” from HMS Industrial Network. For more information, visit www.hms-networks.com


Bosch Rexroth Offers a Complete Range of Electromechanical Cylinders for Heavy-duty Applications Rexroth has increased scalability of the EMC-HD electromechanical cylinder for moving heavy loads in machines, plants and outdoor installations. In five power stages, the heavy-duty series covers pressure/ pulling forces up to 290 kN. The robust, ready-to-install actuators comply with the IP65 protection class and can even withstand harsh environments. They are based on Rexroth’s ball and planetary screw drive portfolio. Movement profiles can be implemented energy-efficiently and with a high level of precision, no matter how complex the application.

EXFO Launches SkyRAN, Proactive Test and Monitoring Solution for RF Interference and Fronthaul Networks EXFO Inc., the network test, monitoring and analytics experts, unveiled SkyRAN, a scalable remote access and monitoring solution for fiberbased fronthaul networks. Developed in collaboration with the largest wireless carriers in North America, SkyRAN provides real-time, on-demand testing and 24/7 monitoring of fiber optic networks and radio frequency (RF) spectrum. The SkyRAN solution is currently being showcased at VZTUF-XII in Austin, TX. SkyRAN combines the industry’s highest resolution RF spectrum analysis over CPRI with the most advanced fiber monitoring capabilities on the market. For more information, visit www.exfo.com/en/

For more information, visit www.boschrexroth-us.com

New TC120, TC121 and TC122 Supreme Blind-hole Taps from Walter Offer Enhanced Tapping Performance Over a Wide Range of Steels

Innovative 3D_Evolution Software Displays 3D CAD Models in PowerPoint

Three new, blind-hole taps from Walter combine maximum performance in steel with improved tool life and process reliability. Walter has introduced the TC120, TC121 and TC122 Supreme, three new blind-hole taps that combine maximum performance in steel with improved tool life and process reliability. These new entries in the Walter Supreme line have been specially developed for machining steel. The taps cover all tensile strengths from 43-200 kpsi.

Innovation driver CoreTechnologie has further developed the renowned conversion software 3D_Evolution and made it suitable for PowerPoint. With the latest version of the conversion software 3D_Evolution from CoreTechnologie, CAD models of all common formats such as Catia, NX, Creo, STEP and JT into FBX format can now be converted and imported as a 3D object in PowerPoint under Windows 10.

For more information, visit www.walter-tools.com

For more information, visit www.coretechnologie.com

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New Jabro® Medical Range Solid-Carbide Tools from Seco are Boosting Knee Implant Machining Speeds Seco Tools has introduced the industry’s first cutting tool product line specifically designed for machining medical knee implants. The new Jabro® medical range of solid-carbide cutters are ideal for high-speed machining and other aggressive milling strategies that can shorten knee implant cycle times by as much as 50 percent. The tools’ continuous grades and optimized coatings result in exceptional part surfaces that reduce, and often eliminate, the need for polishing or fine finishing operations. These features also promote

Okuma Introduces the New MU-8000V LASER EX, Additive Technology, Super Multitasking CNC Machine Next-generation, super multitasking CNC machine, combines traditional machining with laser metal deposition capabilities. Okuma America Corporation introduces the new MU-8000V LASER EX multitasking CNC machine, combining the latest laser additive technology with subtractive manufacturing capabilities. It’s the ultimate process-intensive machine that enables complete part production on one machine.

excellent process stability and long tool life. For more information, visit www.okuma.eu For more information, visit www.secotools.com

New TDM Systems Shopfloor Manager in TDM 2017 Global Line delivers maximum flexibility. T/CCI Manufacturing Introduces Latest Cooling Technology to Growing Bus Market in the U.S. and Canada The QPS 65 Swash Plate compressor from T/CCI Manufacturing, provides the latest technology and design for buses, transport refrigeration vehicles and other applications that require large capacity displacement. The new, smaller design is tailored to align with industry trends in bus manufacturing, downsizing engine space and the ability to mount traditional compressors. Three new, blind-hole taps from Walter combine maximum performance in steel with improved tool life and process reliability.

The Shopfloor Manager software module from TDM Systems, a subsidiary of Sandvik Machining Solutions, records the entirety of a tool’s circulation, from planning for tool assembly, presetting and tool use at the machine, to disassembling. In addition, the modular design of the software allows it to be easily configurable for an individual user needs. Many companies combine assembly and presetting together in a tool room, for example. In this case, the tool room cost center can be represented, and all necessary actions summarized on a single screen. It is also possible to assign a presetting to a machine in the configuration.

For more information, visit www.tccimfg.com

For more information, visit www.tdmsystems.com

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Divide and Conquer with the Latest Parting-off Tools Cutting tool and tooling system specialist Sandvik Coromant has unveiled a new blade for its CoroCut® QD parting-off system, which in combination with new process methodology, substantially improves the tool’s stability by realigning the resultant cutting force. Among numerous benefits available to the customer are improved productivity, enhanced surface quality, and reduced noise levels. Sandvik Coromant engineers have developed a solution that takes advantage of capability in modern turning centers and multi-task machines to feed the tool in the Y direction. In the new concept, the top face of the insert is placed parallel to the end of the blade, rotating the insert seat 90° counterclockwise. For more information, visit www.sandvik.coromant.com

SHINING 3D Launches of the New Metrology 3D Scanner EaScan II

BIG KAISER’s Optimal HDC Straight Shank Tool Holder for Problematic Clearance Applications BIG KAISER, a global leader in premium high-precision tooling systems and solutions for the metalworking industries, announces its HDC Straight Shank holder to the market, used for increased versatility. The extremely slim design provides superior balance, concentricity and is ideal for reaching into confined areas. Hydraulic chucks are excellent tool holders for machining processes that require high accuracy such as drills, reamers, ball mills, end mills, diamond reamers and grinding tools. They are the perfect tool holder for high precision machining in automotive, aerospace, medical, and die & mold. For more information, visit www.us.bigkaiser.com

SHINING 3D is excited to announce the official launch of EaScan II, the latest light metrology 3D scanner that meets almost all of 3D measurement and inspection’s requirements at a very appealing price. Equipped with 3 sets of scan ranges and lightweight design, EaScan II stands out when scanning heavy and large objects, giving operators the full freedom to move around. Adopting the photo capturing technology, the EaScan II scans stably in blue light to avoid any harm to human’s eyes and adapts to the various working environment. The EaScan II brings the excellent scanning speed and high-accuracy data.

Ergonomic Manual Lifting

For more information, visit en.shining3d.com

For more information, visit www.skyhookmfr.com

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With an increasing number of companies implementing mandates restricting the maximum weight a person may lift without a lifting aid, the Sky Hook lifting device arrives on the scene as a premier ergonomic manual lifting device, saving time and money. The Sky Hook offers a 23:1 lifting advantage while still maintaining a lightweight and portable structure. With the smallest device weighing as little as 23 lbs. the Sky Hook can be easily moved around the facility and stored away when not required. The Sky Hook is offered with a comprehensive selection of fixed and mobile base options to fit most any application.


New NOARK Electric MCCB Frame Sizes for Ex9M series The full Ex9M series Molded Case Circuit Breaker product line from NOARK Electric now covers six frame sizes starting from M1 through M6 in a variety of breaking capacity options. Each frame size offers a range of interrupting voltage ratings from 240-690 Vac and 250-600 Vdc and are compliant with global standards that include UL 489, CSA C22.2 No 5.1, IEC 60947- 2. The full Ex9M line is CE and RoHS compliant. The Ex9M series features high-breaking capacity, a high quality compact modular with an energy saving and environmentally friendly design, fixed and adjustable trip setting units, a patented arc extinguishing design and patented technology that allows for

New Corporate Website from Slater Tools Offers Convenience and Easy Navigation Slater Tools announces its brand-new website with user-focused features revealing a new quick quote function that allows customers to add items to a quote/wish list directly from product pages. A simple click adds the item, and doesn’t require the customer to leave the current page or section being navigated. Also, the new site displays specifications and part numbers for the entire range of standard tools, including the new product lines of Go/NoGo Gages (plug and ring) and Indexable Punch Broaching (tools and toolholders). That brings the total to five product families, including

reduced operating force.

Rotary Broaching, Screw Machine Tooling and Live Centers.

For more information, visit na.noark-electric.com

For more information, visit www.slatertools.com

Cortec® Develops VpCI®-372 E ABCO Automation Launches its Stingray Modular Belt Conveyor ABCO Automation, Inc., announces Stingray, a robust, low-profile modular belt conveyor that employs micropitch plastic belts. This heavy-duty stainless-steel conveyor provides extremely reliable product transfer, smooth transitions, and product accumulation, making it ideal for delicate, small footprint, or unstable products that may be damaged by a conventional conveyor. Stingray is modular and scalable with sections available up to 20’ and belt widths include 4, 8, 12, and 24 inches, allowing easy integration into virtually any floor space. In addition, conveyor sections easily accommodate 90° transitions for smooth, precise movement from one conveyor to another.

The VpCI®-372 E version water-based peelable coating from Cortec® is a high-build/high-viscosity product specially designed to protect metal surfaces such as splines, threads, or machined areas that have dynamic profiles. It can be applied to metal surfaces by spraying, rolling, brushing, or dipping and is thick enough not to sag or run off the surface when applied. In one to two hours, the coating is dry to touch. It hardens into a thick covering that protects multi-metals from corrosion and also offers excellent UV resistance. The coating protects freshly machined surfaces against physical abrasion as well. When the coated metal part reaches its destination, or is needed for use, VpCI®-372 E can simply be peeled off and discarded as solid waste, leaving behind a clean and corrosion free surface.

For more information, visit www.goabco.com

For more information, visit www.cortecvci.com

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New Phantom v2640 Ultrahigh Speed Camera Achieves Unmatched 4-Mpx Resolution

New Fanless PC From Logic Supply Is Built For Flexibility In Industrial IoT Applications

Vision Research has introduced the Phantom® v2640, the fastest 4-Megapixel (MPx) camera available. It features a new proprietary 4-Megapixel (Mpx) CMOS image sensor (2048 x 1952) that delivers unprecedented image quality at up to 26 Gpx/sec, while reaching 6,600 frames per second (fps) at full 2048 x 1952 resolution, and 11,750 fps at 1920 x 1080. The v2640 features very high dynamic range (64 dB) and the lowest noise floor of any Phantom camera (7.2 e-)—making it an excellent tool for researchers, scientists and engineers who need to capture clean, high-resolution images at ultra-high speeds.

With an eye toward the evolving needs of today’s industrial computer users, Logic Supply has unveiled the small form factor, fanless ML350. Powered by Intel® Apollo Lake processing, the ML350 is a highly customizable computing platform, purpose-built from board to chassis for applications ranging from digital signage and machine automation, to industrial IoT and edge computing. The ML350 features a low profile fanless enclosure and a motherboard developed from the ground up to enable a range of customization options including expansion, connectivity and advanced Consumer

For more information, visit www.phantomhighspeed.com

For more information, visit www.logicsupply.com

TE Connectivity Introduces Flex Grip Wire Connectors, Enabling Quick and Easy Wire Termination

Electronics Control (CEC).

MecSoft Launches VisualCAMc Public Beta – Production CAM for Onshape!

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, has launched Flex Grip wire connectors for fast, flexible and easy wire termination. The new connectors, which accommodate solid and stranded wires between 24 and 14 AWG (0.2 – 4.00 mm²), feature an operating lever that allows releasable and reworkable wire termination. The transparent housings enable users to visually confirm the proper wire strip length and insertion for good electrical installation. With the built-in test slot, the installers can conveniently conduct the electrical test while keeping the wires terminated.

MecSoft Corporation has launched a free public Beta program for VisualCAMc, its cloud hosted, fully integrated CAM add-on app for Onshape. The beta is free and available for anyone who has an Onshape account. The VisualCAMc Beta application can be added by MecSoft, Onshape, VisualCAMbrowsing the Onshape App Store and selecting VisualCAMc in the CAM category of applications. VisualCAMc leverages the legendary manufacturing capabilities of MecSoft’s desktop based VisualCAM product running remotely across the internet on a server. A brand-new browser based user interface allows this product to be used from any device, anytime and from anywhere in the world.

For more information, visit www.te.com

For more information, visit www.onshape.com

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KASTOwin amc High-Performance Band Saw for Additive Manufacturing

New WPSFN Right-Angle Gearbox Features A Compact And Flexible Mechanical Design

KASTO Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG has developed the KASTOwin amc, an innovative, high-performance automatic band saw, specially designed for individual offcuts of components made by additive manufacturing. With its integrated 180-degree turning device and intelligent control system, this fully enclosed machine ensures maximum productivity, efficiency, precision and safety. The band saw is equipped with a turning device that can rotate workpieces by 180 degrees. By turning the parts upside down, wear on the saw blade is significantly reduced because only small quantities of chips are drawn through the cutting channel.

The WPSFN from Neugart is the latest in the company’s precision right-angle planetary gearboxes. Thanks to its standard flange interface, integrated hollow shaft, spiral bevel gearing and minimal installation height, customers can easily integrate it into fast-moving industrial drives in packaging, machine tools, printing and more. The WPSFN is Neugart’s shortest right-angle precision gearbox— requiring up to 25% less installation space than other right-angle, spiral-bevel gearboxes. In addition, the compactness of the flange output shaft provides high torsional stiffness in turntables and other

For more information, visit www.kasto.com

For more information, visit www.skf.com

Saar-Hartmetall USA Improves SMA 30-P Pneumatic Hand-held Beveling Tool

New Sanitary Flange Air Conveyors from Exair

Saar-Hartmetall USA has announced the availability of their improved SMA 30-P hand-held, pneumatic beveling tool that features a new and simplified design that allows for easier and quicker changing of the milling head. The new milling head of the redesigned SMA 30-P utilizes dice-shaped inserts that now have eight (8) cutting edges instead of the typical four (4) cutting edges. This results in a more efficient and cost-effective SAAR Hartmetall, SMA 30-Pbeveling process. This lightweight, ergonomically-designed beveling tool can produce straight bevels up to 3/8” at 30,° 45° and 60° and radii bevels of 3mm (1/8”) or 4mm. The SMA 30-P compliments SAAR’s complete line of electric and pneumatic portable beveling tools.

EXAIR’s new Sanitary Flange Line Vac air operated conveyors are the best way to convey materials through systems which require frequent or mandatory cleaning. The ISO 2852 compatible sanitary flanges limit areas where bacteria can grow and help prevent contamination. Made from type 316 stainless steel to provide maximum hygiene and corrosion resistance, these Line Vacs are available in 1-1/2 inch, 2 inch, 2-1/2 inch and 3 inch flange sizes. Flanged Line Vacs convert flanged piping systems into a powerful conveyor for product, parts, scrap, trim and other bulk materials. Their larger size makes them perfect for conveying bigger parts and large volumes of material over long distances.

For more information, visit www.saarusa.com

For more information, visit www.exair.com

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Sullair Announces OFD1550 Oil Free Portable Compressor

New SKF SP Series High-Performance Miniature Ball Screws

Sullair, an industry leader in innovative compressed air solutions since 1965, has announced its new OFD1550 Oil Free Portable Air Compressor. The Sullair OFD1550 is assembled in the USA and provides 1550 cfm of Class 0 oil free air per ISO 8573-1 at 125 psi. Providing the power behind the unit is a powerful tier 4 final diesel engine with the latest in emissions technology driving a durable two-stage Sullair oil-free air end. The Sullair oil-free air end includes rotors specifically designed for oil free operation and coated with FDA-approved food-grade PTFE to help resist corrosion and extend

New SKF SP Series high-performance miniature ball screws from SKF Motion Technologies, Inc. have been optimized to deliver precise positioning, excellent repeatability, and smooth-running and quiet linear actuation. Their advanced internal ball recirculation system and thread design additionally enable higher speed capabilities and longer operating life compared with conventional rolled ball screws. These robust solutions in small packages ultimately can help extend mini machine reliability, increase speed and output, and reduce noise for a wide range of medical, laboratory, automation, and other small

air end life.

equipment applications.

For more information, visit www.hitachi.com

For more information, visit www.skfusa.com

OTTO Motors Introduces API Integration Solution, Enabling Connected Industrial Automation for Manufacturers

New Line of 2.8HP Rebel Series from Dynabrade

OTTO Motors is proud to officially release the OTTO Industrial API, solving one of the major hurdles in manufacturing today: achieving a fully connected and optimized smart factory. The Industrial API addresses the challenge of machine-to-machine communication and full industrial automation by simplifying the process of connecting equipment and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to OTTO. The the OTTO Industrial API connects self-driving vehicles to existing automation systems and processes, providing faster integration of OTTO with robust and standardized integrations with industry-standard software and protocols.

Dynabrade is proud to introduce a new line of air powered 2.8 HP Heavy Duty Right Angle rebel, dynabradeGrinders and Sanders. These new American Made air tools are ideal for use in heavy abuse work environments including Foundries, Shipyards and Steel Plants. 7” and 9” Diameter Depressed Center Wheel Grinders are offered. 7” Models at 8,500 RPM and 9” Models at 6,500 RPM. Each model accepts Type 27 reinforced Depressed Center Grinding Wheels. These Grinders are for fast weld and stock removal, heavy metal grinding and rust and scale removal. 7” and 9” Diameter Disc Sanders are offered. 7” Models at 8,500 RPM and 9” Models at 6,500 RPM. Ideal for sanding and blending various materials including metal, stainless steel and various composites.

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Hammer’s Blueprint Reading Basics, 4th Edition Warren Hammer’s Blueprint Reading Basics has been a bestselling classic for nearly two decades, revered for its ease of understanding and for giving readers opportunities to practice what they learned. With this historic revision, new author Charles Gillis has updated the entire package, replacing ALL figures with CAD-generated artwork, adding new illustrations, representing metric drawing practices alongside English, and including content from drawing standards such as Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Engineering Drawing Practices, Welding Symbols, Orthographic and Pictorial Views, Surface Texture, Undimensioned Drawings, and Types and Applications of Engineering Drawings, among others. For more information, visit www.industrialpress.com

Honeywell Introduces Simple, Cost-effective way to “Connect” Safety Equipment Honeywell has announced a new Connected Worker solution that uses Honeywell’s ultra-high frequency radio identification (RFID) tags that can be attached to any safety equipment and are designed to withstand the tough conditions characteristic of many commercial work sites. The tags can be scanned directly into Honeywell Safety Suite software, which means equipment can be tracked for usage, maintenance and training, resulting in better, money-saving inventory management decisions and compliance reporting. For more information, visit www.honeywellsafety.com.

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Releases PC-DMIS 2018 R1 Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence has launched PC-DMIS 2018 R1, the latest edition of the world’s most popular measurement software. PC-DMIS 2018 R1 allows users to easily convert AutoFeatures to points or quickly use the measured hits for new Constructions and Dimensions, available for Plane, Circle, and Cylinder AutoFeatures. By converting each hit to a vector point, Optimize Path can be used to enhance the order of point measurement, reducing the number of probe tip changes and overall measurement time. New support for Q-DAS Traces enables easier analysis of PC-DMIS data. The new QuickSet control allows users to use both QuickFeature and GD&T Selection and still have the ability to modify measurement strategies. For more information, visit www.HexagonMI.com

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350°F Electrically Heated Cabinet Oven from Grieve No. 890 is a 350°F (177°C), electrically heated cabinet oven from Grieve, currently used for heating tubular aluminum parts at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions of this oven measure 156” wide x 18” deep x 18” high. 14.4 KW installed in Nichrome wire heating elements, while a 1000 CFM, 1-HP recirculating blower provides horizontal airflow. This Grieve cabinet oven features 4” insulated walls, aluminized steel exterior and Type 430 stainless steel interior. Additional features include a motor operated vertical lift door. For more information, visit www.grievecorp.com


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BIG KAISER’s Workholding Solution for Uneven Parts BIG KAISER is accelerating workholding technology to match the level of the ever-more popular and accessible multi-axis machining. The UNIFLEX system is composed of a clamping ball and collar that are attached to the underside of a part or fixture. The clamping ball is a hardened steel ball of the same type found in heavy duty industrial bearings. This material prevents peening or denting of its surface with normal use. This system provides vibration-free holding of the part when multiple clamping is used and has low-wear against tools. It also can stabilize the workpieces without obstructing access to the top and sides of the part.

New SFP2 Increases Surface Finish Measurement Ability of REVO® System

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Renishaw, a world leading manufacturer of coordinate measuring machine (CMM) equipment, announces the SFP2 – a new, improved surface finish measurement probe – for use with its REVO 5-axis measurement system on CMMs. The SFP2 probe increases the surface finish measurement ability of the REVO system, which offers a multi-sensor capability providing touch-trigger, high-speed tactile scanning and non-contact vision measurement on a single CMM.

Workshop Saw for Low-manpower Operation KASTO has added a fully-automatic model to its KASTOmicut range of saws. The KASTOmicut A 2.6 is a versatile swing-frame band saw for workshop use and is intelligently equipped to permit efficient, largely unstaffed operation. It features high cutting accuracy and cutting quality, plus excellent value for money. The KASTOmicut A 2.6 is specially designed for cutting tubes, sections and solid materials to length and for mitre cutting. Its cutting range extends to 260 mm for round stock and 310 x 260 mm for flat stock. Mitre cuts are possible on both sides from -45 to +60 degrees. The mitre angle is continuously adjustable, as is the cutting speed, which can be set from 20 to 110 metres per minute.

Rugged Sendix S36 Encoders For Servo Motors Support All Electrical Interfaces

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Kuebler’s new Sendix 36 motor feedback system is designed to operate servo motors of various sizes, performance levels, electrical interfaces and technical requirements, including high rotational speed and high temperature—making it ideal for semiconductor manufacturing, packaging and other factory automation systems. With its compact 36-mm housing, the S36 is equipped to handle all singleturn and multiturn variants, as well as all medium to high power ranges. By reducing the number of motor variants, it saves space and operating costs.


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Action Machinery Co., Inc Action Machinery Co., Inc www.actionmachinery.com www.actionmachinery.com

AeroGo AeroGo Co. Co.

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Air Turbine Technology, Air Turbine Technology, Inc. Inc. www.airturbinetools.com www.airturbinetools.com

Air-Vac Systems Air-Vac Systems

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AKS Cutting Systems AKS Cutting Systems www.akscutting.com www.akscutting.com

Denver Breaker & Supply Denver Breaker & Supply www.denverbreaker.com www.denverbreaker.com

Design-2-Part Design-2-Part www.d2p.com www.d2p.com

Dynabrade, Dynabrade, Inc. Inc.

www.dynabrade.com www.dynabrade.com

e-Black Solutions e-Black Solutions

www.e-blacksolutions.com www.e-blacksolutions.com

Bending Machines EagleEagle Bending Machines

www.eaglebendingmachines.com www.eaglebendingmachines.com

HMIofdiv of Betenbender HMI div Betenbender Manufacturing Manufacturing www.betenbender.com www.betenbender.com

Service, HydraHydra Service, Inc. Inc. www.hydraservice.net www.hydraservice.net

Hydrapower Int’l Inc. Hydrapower Int’l Inc.

www.hydrapower-intl.com www.hydrapower-intl.com

Hypneumat Hypneumat Inc. Inc.

www.hypneumat.com www.hypneumat.com

IMDauctions.com IMDauctions.com

www.IMDauctions.com www.IMDauctions.com

Eastern Electrical Liquidators Eastern Electrical Liquidators www.eastelec.com IMTSIMTS www.eastelec.com Edwards Manufacturing Edwards Manufacturing Co. Co. www.edwardsironworkers.com www.edwardsironworkers.com

www.imts.com www.imts.com

Industrial Magnetics, Industrial Magnetics, LLC. LLC. www.magnetics.com www.magnetics.com

Ensitech-Tig Ensitech-Tig BushBush

Master Solutions Master FluidFluid Solutions

www.masterfluidsolutions.com www.masterfluidsolutions.com

Melmore Associates Melmore Associates www.melmore.com www.melmore.com

Messer Cutting Messer Cutting

www.messer-cs.com www.messer-cs.com

Muller Muller LCS LCS

www.mullerlcs.com www.mullerlcs.com

Multicam, Multicam, Inc. Inc.

www.multicam.com www.multicam.com

National Institute for MetalNational Institute for Metalworking Inc. (NIMS) working Skills,Skills, Inc. (NIMS) www.nimsready.org www.nimsready.org

England New New England GearGear Co. Co.

www.newenglandgear.com www.newenglandgear.com

Stor-Loc Division of Ryan Stor-Loc Division of Ryan Products MetalMetal Products www.storloc.com www.storloc.com

Suhner Industrial Products Suhner Industrial Products www.suhner.com www.suhner.com

Sunnen Products Company Sunnen Products Company www.sunnen.com www.sunnen.com

SureTack Systems SureTack Systems

www.SureTracSystems.com www.SureTracSystems.com

Syclone ATTCO Service Syclone ATTCO Service www.skyhookmfr.com www.skyhookmfr.com

The Electric The Electric Barn Barn

www.electricbarn.com www.electricbarn.com

The Service The Service GuysGuys

www.theserviceguys.net www.theserviceguys.net

International Machinery Professional Electrical International Machinery Co. Co. Professional Electrical www.TigBrush.com www.TigBrush.com TigerStop LLC. LLC. www.lionlathes.com www.lionlathes.com Apparatus Recyclers League TigerStop www.alliedpower.com Apparatus Recyclers League www.alliedpower.com www.tigerstop.com www.tigerstop.com (PEARL) (PEARL) Epicor Software Corp. Epicor Software Corp. Ipsen,Inc Ipsen,Inc AmCon Shows www.pearl1.org AmCon Shows www.pearl1.org www.epicor.com www.epicor.com Tormach www.ipsenusa.com Tormach www.ipsenusa.com www.amconshows.com www.amconshows.com www.tormach.com www.tormach.com Performance Racing Industry Performance Racing Industry Essex Structural Steel Co., Inc. Essex Structural Steel Co., Inc. Jergens, Jergens, Inc Inc American Technical www.performanceracing.com American Technical www.performanceracing.com www.essexstructuralsteel.com www.essexstructuralsteel.com www.jergensinc.com Trilogy Machinery, www.jergensinc.com Trilogy Machinery, Inc. Inc. Publishers Publishers www.trilogymachinery.com www.trilogymachinery.com www.atplearning.com Phase-A-Matic Inc www.atplearning.com Phase-A-Matic Inc Corporation EXAIREXAIR Corporation Jet Edge Jet Edge www.phase-a-matic.com www.phase-a-matic.com www.exair.com www.exair.com www.jetedge.com Trim-Lok www.jetedge.com Trim-Lok Inc Inc Hydraulic Exchange AtticaAttica Hydraulic Exchange www.trimlok.com\ www.trimlok.com\ www.ahx1.com www.ahx1.com Plant & Machinery, Inc. Company FDK3FDK3 Company Jordan Machinery Jordan CraigCraig Machinery Int’l. Int’l.Plant & Machinery, Inc. Power Products, AlliedAllied Power Products, Inc Inc

Behringer Behringer SawsSaws Inc Inc

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Betenbender Betenbender Mfg. Mfg. Inc. Inc. www.betenbender.com www.betenbender.com

Burr King Burr King Mfg. Mfg. Co. Co. www.burrking.com www.burrking.com

C.H. Hanson C.H. Hanson

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Capital Recovery Group, Capital Recovery Group, LLC LLC www.crgauction.com www.crgauction.com

Corporation CarellCarell Corporation www.carellcorp.com www.carellcorp.com

Centra Centra Corp.Corp.

www.centracorp.com www.centracorp.com

Clamprite, Clamprite, LLC LLC

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COLE-TUVE COLE-TUVE Inc. Inc.

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Combilift Combilift USA USA

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Cosen Cosen SawsSaws USA USA

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Coxreels Coxreels

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DarexDarex

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DCMDCM Tech,Tech, Corp.Corp.

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Filter-1 Filter-1

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Formdrill USA Inc. Formdrill USA Inc.

www.formdrill-usa.com www.formdrill-usa.com

GEHRING GEHRING L.P. L.P.

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Gilman Precision Gilman Precision

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A. Winternitz, GlennGlenn A. Winternitz, LLC LLC www.winternitzauction.com www.winternitzauction.com

The Grieve Corporation The Grieve Corporation www.grievecorp.com www.grievecorp.com

Grizzly Industrial, Grizzly Industrial, Inc. Inc. www.grizzly.com www.grizzly.com

www.jordancraigmachinery.com www.jordancraigmachinery.com

Kanetec USA Corporation Kanetec USA Corporation

Tru-Volute Products Tru-Volute GearGear Products www.tru-volute.com Premier Recover Group www.tru-volute.com Premier AssetAsset Recover Group

KEC, KEC, Inc. Inc.

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Keytroller Keytroller LLC LLC

Machinery, PrimePrime Machinery, Inc. Inc.

KHK-USA KHK-USA

Radwell International, Radwell International, Inc. Inc.

www.kanetec.com www.kanetec.com

www.weldingequipment.com www.weldingequipment.com www.keytroller.com www.keytroller.com www.khkgears.us www.khkgears.us

Koster Industries, Koster Industries, Inc. Inc.

www.kosterindustries.com www.kosterindustries.com

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Leading Marks, Leading Marks, LLC LLC

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Lenzkes Lenzkes ToolsTools Inc Inc

Haco-Atlantic, Haco-Atlantic, Inc. Inc.

Lubriplate Lubricants Lubriplate Lubricants

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HE&MHE&M Saw Saw

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Heritage Global Partners Heritage Global Partners www.hgpauction.com www.hgpauction.com

Industrial, HilcoHilco Industrial, LLC LLC www.hilcoind.com www.hilcoind.com

Hildebrand Machinery Hildebrand Machinery Company Company

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www.lenzkesusa.com www.lenzkesusa.com www.lubriplate.com www.lubriplate.com

MachineTools.com MachineTools.com Inc Inc www.machinetools.com www.machinetools.com

Machineused.com Machineused.com

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MacMillin Hydraulic MacMillin Hydraulic Engineering Corporation Engineering Corporation www.macmhydraulic.com www.macmhydraulic.com

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U S Industrial Machinery U S Industrial Machinery www.usindustrial.com www.usindustrial.com

Ultimate Bender Ultimate TubeTube Bender PartsParts www.benderparts.com www.benderparts.com

Universal Robots USA,Inc. Universal Robots USA,Inc. www.universal-robots.com www.universal-robots.com

www.Radwell.com www.Radwell.com

US Shop US Shop ToolsTools www.usshoptools.com RAS Machine Tool Technology www.usshoptools.com RAS Machine Tool Technology www.rasmachinetool.com www.rasmachinetool.com

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Salinger Electric Co., Inc. Salinger Electric Co., Inc. www.salingerelectric.com www.salingerelectric.com

Corporation WebbWebb Corporation

www.webbcorporation.com www.webbcorporation.com

Yaskawa America Yaskawa America

www.motoman.com www.motoman.com

Portable Machine York York Portable Machine www.yorkmachine.com www.yorkmachine.com

Schweiss Bi-Fold Schweiss Bi-Fold

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Scotchman Industries Scotchman Industries www.scotchman.com www.scotchman.com

Equipment Company SelectSelect Equipment Company www.selectequipment.net www.selectequipment.net

Siemens Industry, Siemens Industry, Inc. Inc.

www.usa.siemens.com/cnc www.usa.siemens.com/cnc

SME SME

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Marvel Manufacturing CompanySprinter Marvel Manufacturing Company Sprinter Marking, Marking, Inc. Inc.

www.dcm-tech.com www.dcm-tech.com

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Products/ Products/ & L Special Furnace Co., Inc.RoyalRoyal L & L LSpecial Furnace Co., Inc. Curran Mfg Cor Curran Mfg Cor www.llfurnace.com

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Eastern Electrical Liquidators...........................64.

New England Gear Co..........................................64.

www.ezpullerusa.com

www.eastelec.com

www.newenglandgear.com Racing Equipment News............................ 55, 64.

Actek Manufacturing & Engineering..............17.

ENM Co.................................................................21, 36.

www.actekmfg.com

www.enmco.com

www.racingequipmentnews.com

RTP Robotic Technology Park Alabama..... 35. Action Machinery Co., Inc.................................. 63.

Essex Structural Steel Co., Inc.......................... 53.

www.actionmachinery.com

www.essexstructuralsteel.com

https://nrwc.alabamartp.org

Scotchman Industries..............................................9. Alloys & Components...........................................34.

H&K Equipment, Inc..............................................66.

www.alloysandcomponents.com

www.hkequipment.com

www.scotchman.com

Select Equipment Company.............................65. AmCon Shows.......................................................... 43.

IMDauctions.com............................................ 62, 66.

www.amconshows.com

www.IMDauctions.com

www.selectequipment.net

SourceHorizon, Inc................................................23. AMT | IMTS.................................................. 27, 45, 49.

International Machinery Co.......................13, 29.

www.imts.com

www.lionlathes.com

www.sourcehorizon.com

South Bend Lathe Co.......................................... IFC. Betenbender Mfg. Inc............................................11.

Jet Edge.......................................................................24.

www.betenbender.com

www.jetedge.com

www.southbendlathe.com

Stor-Loc Division of Ryan Metal Products.19, Carell Corporation..................................................25.

Kanetec USA Corporation................................... 37.

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www.kanetec.com

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Syclone ATTCO Service......................................... 5. Cosen Saws USA..................................................... 12.

KHK-USA.........................................................................3.

www.cosensaws.com

www.khkgears.us

www.skyhookmfr.com

The Electric Barn....................................................66. Denver Breaker & Supply.................................... 61.

L & L Special Furnace Co., Inc..........................66.

www.denverbreaker.com

www.llfurnace.com

www.electricbarn.com Tormach...................................................................... 15. www.tormach.com

Design 2 Part.............................................................40.

MacMillin Hydraulic Engineering

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Trim-Lok Inc........................................................17, 21.

www.macmhydraulic.com

www.trimlok.com

Eagle Bending Machines.....................................25.

Material Handling Industry of America....... 32.

Universal Robots USA,Inc............................15, 22.

www.eaglebendingmachines.com

www.mhia.org

www.universal-robots.com

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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence........... 57.

www.goabco.com

www.HexagonMI.com

BIG KAISER......................................................... 50, 58.

HMS Industrial Networks....................................46.

www.us.bigkaiser.com

www.hms-networks.com

Sandvik Coromant..................................................50. www.sandvik.coromant.com Sandvik Coromant..................................................60. www.sandvik.coromant.com

Honeywell.................................................................. 57. Bosch Rexroth.......................................................... 47.

www.honeywellsafety.com

www.boschrexroth-us.com

Seco Tools..................................................................48. www.secotools.com

Industrial Press......................................................... 57. www.industrialpress.com CoreTechnologie..................................................... 47. www.coretechnologie.com

SHINING 3D...............................................................50. en.shining3d.com

Kaiser Tool Company,...........................................46. www.thinbit.com

SKF.......................................................................... 54, 56. www.skf.com

CORTEC Corporation........................................... 51.

KASTO Maschinenbau GmbH & Co...... 54, 58.

www.cortecvci.com

www.kasto.com

Slater Tools................................................................. 51. www.slatertools.com

KEB America, Inc.....................................................60. Dynabrade..................................................................56.

www.kebblog.com

www.dynabrade.com

Sullair.............................................................................56. www.sullair.com

Kuebler Group..........................................................58. www.kuebler.com EXAIR Corporation......................................... 46, 54. www.exair.com

Sumitomo Electric Carbide, Inc.......................42. www.sumicarbide.com

Logic Supply..............................................................52. www.logicsupply.com

Syclone ATTCO Service.......................................50. www.skyhookmfr.com

EXFO Inc...................................................................... 47.

MAZAK..........................................................................46.

www.exfo.com

www.MazakUSA.com

T/CCI Manufacturing.............................................48. www.tccimfg.com

MecSoft Corporation............................................52. FARO..............................................................................42.

www.onshape.com

www.faro.com

TAB Industries, LLC................................................42. www.tabwrapper.com

NOARK Electric........................................................ 51. Fixturework................................................................60.

na.noark-electric.com

www.fixtureworks.net

TDM Systems............................................................48. www.tdmsystems.com

Okuma America Corporation...........................48. Grieve Corporation................................................ 57.

www.okuma.eu

www.grievecorp.com

TE Connectivity.......................................................52. www.te.com

OTTO Motors............................................................56. Grizzly Industrial.....................................................60.

www.ottomotors.com

www.grizzly.com

Vision Research.......................................................52. www.phantomhighspeed.com

Renishaw.....................................................................58. HAIMER........................................................................42.

www.renishaw.com

www.haimer-usa.com

Walter Corporation................................................ 47. www.walter-tools.com

Saar-Hartmetall USA..............................................54. www.saarusa.com

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