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ESA 120/70 UNILOCK chucks have a built-in air chuck circuit mechanically linked to the clamping mechanism. When air pressure is applied to unclamp the receiver, the air circuit is completed internally.

Closing the Gap on Data Transmission in Workholding

January 17, 2022
Electronics, sensors and other advanced technologies in workholding provide manufacturers with a whole range of options for data transfer.
Jim Lorincz
By Jim Lorincz Contributing Editor, SME Media
Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe is competitive not only in racing but in contract manufacturing.

Shop Wins Pole Position in 5-Axis Machining

January 14, 2022
For high-performance dry machining of complex composite components, Toyota Gazoo Racing Europe has added a new DMG Mori DMU 200 gantry machine to its machine fleet.
By Siemens Contributed Article
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Bay County, FL receives Foreign Direct Investment Certification

January 14, 2022
Bay County received a welcomed award at the September 21st Commission meeting.
By Bay Economic Development Alliance Press Release
Apprenticeships are a key tool in developing an advanced manufacturing workforce.

The Future of U.S. Competitiveness and Reshoring

January 13, 2022
A few vital areas in which advanced manufacturing is providing significant gains.
Harry Moser
By Harry Moser Founder/President, Reshoring Initiative
Norton employees gather in Lake Placid, N.Y., to support their partner, the USA Luge Team.

Norton | Saint-Gobain and USA Luge Team Primed to Race in Beijing

January 13, 2022
As Norton | Saint-Gobain celebrates the 40th anniversary of its partnership with the USA Luge Team, a range of activities sponsored by Norton are slated to take place.
By Norton | Saint-Gobain Press Release
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November Cutting Tool Orders Rise From a Year Earlier

January 13, 2022
November U.S. cutting tool orders rose from a year earlier.
By USCTI, AMT Press Release
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