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IMTS 2018 Articles

Additive Manufacturing Pavilion Triples in Size!

IMTS 2018 visitors will encounter more Additive Manufacturing exhibitors than ever before at the Additive Manufacturing Pavilion.

What Machining Technologies Are Top Shops Using?

A variety of technologies used by leading job shops and captive operations alike are on display at IMTS this year.

Release the Entire Potential of Your Machine Tool Investment

Making tooling a part of your machine tool purchase via a tooling certificate can save you time and money.

NASCAR Display Paired With Real-World Applications

NASCAR fans have the opportunity to not only get up close and personal with two high-powered stock cars at machine tool builder Doosan Infracore’s Booth S-8100, but also meet their drivers.

Orange Draws Visitors to Expanded Quick-Change Line

The eye-catching orange booth practically calls out for visitors to stop in. Micro 100 Tool Corp. (Booth W-2374) has doubled its typical booth size to help highlight its expanded quick-change tooling product line.

Meet the Teacher with a Bold Idea about Manufacturing Education

Craig Cegielski, a high school teacher who leads one of the most innovative manufacturing education programs in the country, is appearing in IMTS’s Advanced Manufacturing Center (Booth W-160) Monday starting at 3 p.m.

Hwacheon Celebrates 60 Years, Focuses on U.S. Market

Korea’s Hwacheon has a good reputation for quality and has been around for some time. As it celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, the company is focusing on improving its presence here in the United States, making greater strides to get its machine tool offerings in front of manufacturers not only here at IMTS, but also throughout its U.S. dealer network.

Creative Demos Showcase Capabilities of Both Micro-Scale Machine Tools and Machines for Massive Parts

Makino’s Booth S-8700 is full of various machine tools performing live cutting demonstrations in applications including a medium-to-high-volume automated production system for automotive parts, a robot-tended small machining center for orthopedic part production, and a machining center with grinding capability performing aircraft blade and vane machining.

New Machines Are Only Part of the Story

Haas Automation has sixteen machines on display in its booth (S-8119), but those tell only part of the story for a machine tool builder that markets its products globally. “Building the brand” is a consistent effort that goes well beyond introducing new models at every major manufacturing show.