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Now Online: The June 2014 Edition of Manufacturing Engineering

The June 2014 edition of Manufacturing Engineering is now available as a digital magazine.  Links to individual articles are available below. 

Features

A Revolution in Gear Manufacturing
Machine manufacturers are working to streamline the gear-making process, to deliver a more highly finished gear in fewer steps. The new manufacturing technology even opens the possibility for all-new gear designs.

3D Printing Builds Up its Manufacturing Resume
The Additive Manufacturing revolution is in full stride, flying in aircraft and giving manufacturers a robust tool for design and production.June 2014 Cover

Keeping Automated Manufacturing on Track
Linear axis-mounted robots, spindle pick-up automation and robotic hybrid palletizer systems help boost production efficiencies.

Machine Builders Dig Deep into Their Bag of Tricks
CNC intelligence enables grinders to deal with the most challenging materials and precision requirements.

UPFRONT
At The Cutting Edge, Cutting Optional

QUALITY SCAN
Track Your Pipes--From the Cradle to the Grave

SME SPEAKS
From a Miracle to Just Another Tool

NEWSDESK
Hybrid Additive-Subtractive Machine Attracts Crowds

SOFTWARE UPDATE
Cloud-Based ERP Speeds Manufacturing Deployments

TECH FRONT
New Process Allows Nanofibers to Grow at Room Temperature

SHOP SOLUTIONS
Advanced Honing Masters Engine's Peaks and Valleys
Grinding Optics On CNC Machining Centers
Team Effort Automates High Tech Job Shop

FOCUS ON THE WORKFORCE
Engineering the Future for Women in Science

VIEWPOINTS
Momentum, Excitement, Magic--IMTS is a Can't-Miss!

  

On the Web

A View of the New: Ultrafast Lasers
Michelle Stock, Ph.D., writes about lasers that produce pulses of light so short that they put interesting physics into play. These lasers can vaporize material away, rather than melting.

 On The Cover: This is GE Aviation’s fuel nozzle for the new LEAP engine. It’s a groundbreaking part because GE has committed to using additive manufacturing (AM) to produce more than 30,000 of the fuel nozzles annually. The new design, made possible because of AM, consolidates 18 parts into one, and is 25% lighter and five times more durable than the previous fuel nozzle. Courtesy of GE Aviation.


Published Date : 6/1/2014

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