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Shop Solutions: Waterjet Finds its Groove in Autodesk's Maker Culture

Edited by Senior Editor Jim Lorincz

8/1/2015

One might describe software developer Autodesk’s Workshop at Pier 9 as a traditional communal workspace. In reality, it is a highly advanced maker space where artists, engineers, designers, architects and others network and share resources and knowledge that blur the lines between art and manufacturing. It is here where creativity and advanced technology foster innovative designs and transform how things are made. Full Article

Repair and Improvement All in One Process



Edited by Executive Editor James D. Sawyer

5/19/2015

A repair process based on additive manufacturing opens new opportunities for industrial gas turbine maintenance cost reduction. Full Article

Laser Technologies Offer a Growing Array of Choices



Contributing Editor Bruce Morey

2015-05-01

Lasers first started making a significant impact for manufacturing in the early to mid 1970s. Since then, a number of advances, both evolutionary and revolutionary, have made lasers a common tool of choice for applications such as cutting, welding, drilling, brazing, and cladding. They are often easier to automate than many of their mechanical competitors. No moving part contacts the metal, so no tool wears out that needs replacement. Full Article

MC Machinery Systems Announces Agreement with AKS Cutting Systems to Manufacture and Distribute its Waterjet Product Line



Press Release - MC Machinery Systems

2/20/2015

MC Machinery Systems, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of MITSUBISHI Corporation, and one of the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial machine tools, announced today that it has entered into a multi-year, definitive agreement with AKS Cutting Systems of Cleveland, Ohio to license, manufacture, market and distribute the MC Machinery waterjet product line throughout North America. Full Article

Variations of Waterjet: Robotic and Abrasive



Senior Editor Ellen Kehoe

2/12/2015

No sooner had waterjet cutting gone mainstream did someone think of adding an abrasive to the water flow and integrating a robot into the system. From SME Technical Paper TP85PUB248: "High pressure waterjet machines capable of cutting relatively soft materials such as paper, cloth, wood, and fiberglass can now cut ceramics, metal composites, and tough metals such as Inconel and titanium because of a recent design innovation which induces abrasive grit into the water jet." Full Article

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