CAD/CAM & Controls

New free CAM guide from Sescoi

Sescoi’s new ‘Investing in CAM  Software’ guide helps engineers to examine their motives for investing in CAD/CAM software,the benefits they should reasonably expect, and the software features they should be looking for.

Published on Mon28 Jun 2010 | More ›

MWP Awards success for Renishaw

At the prestigious MWP Awards Dinner held in Birmingham on 8th June, Renishaw  was honoured with two awards for product excellence. The awards, regarded as the UK metalworking industry’s ‘Oscars’, were achieved against strong competition, with entry open to any worldwide manufacturer with a UK

Published on Fri25 Jun 2010 | More ›

Siemens' Sinumerik 828D appears across MACH2010

Hailed as a new breakthrough in CNC technology, the Sinumerik 828D will appear on Stand 5569 on machines supplied by XYZ Machine Tools, and elsewhere on the Dugard and Hardinge stands.

Published on Wed02 Jun 2010 | More ›

CADCAM supports subcontractor’s growth

Regular investment in CADCAM from Open Mind to match sophisticated Matsuura machining centre technology fuels growth for aerospace subcontractor Atlantic.

Published on Wed26 May 2010 | More ›

OGP takes its new TTL sensor system to MACH2010

Visitors to Stand 5261 will see the first UK demonstration of OGP’s new TeleStar TTL (through-the-lens) sensor.

Published on Tue25 May 2010 | More ›

Delcam to show 64-bit PowerMILL at MACH2010

UK machining companies will have their first chance to see the 64-bit version of Delcam’s award-winning PowerMILL CAM software on stand 4010 at the MACH exhibition to be held at the NEC, Birmingham, from 7th to 11th June. 64-bit technology removes the memory limitations of 32-bit computers so

Published on Tue25 May 2010 | More ›

Fast, efficient CAM programming

Delcam’s FeatureCAM delivers faster programming and more efficient machining for USA gun silencer manufacturer.

Published on Wed19 May 2010 | More ›

DRO and CNC technology

With almost half a decade of experience in digital readouts, CNC and precision glass scales, the Acu-Rite products on display at MACH on Stand 5011will demonstrate the results of this expertise. The company will focus on the capabilities

Published on Tue18 May 2010 | More ›

CAM simulation

CGTech will feature a continuous display of the 2010 Vericut Virtual Machining Gallery on Stand 5168 at MACH 2010. The gallery features all types of CNC machine tools, including complex multi-axis machines from leading manufacturers including

Published on Tue18 May 2010 | More ›

Delcam takes FeatureCAM 2010 to MACH2010

Delcam will demonstrate the 2010 version of its FeatureCAM feature-based machining software on stand 4010 at the MACH exhibition to be held at the NEC, Birmingham, from 7th to 11th June.

Published on Wed12 May 2010 | More ›

CMM plus user-friendly software

The largest UK-owned coordinate measuring machine manufacturer, Aberlink, will be demonstrating its best selling Axiom Too CMM at MACH 2010, on stand 5649. Featuring Aberlink's intuitive software, the cost effective range of manual or CNC

Published on Tue11 May 2010 | More ›

Jig borer dances on

SIP jig borers are no longer manufactured, but a CNC system retrofit restores older machines to deliver service commensurate with demands of the aerospace sector.

Published on Tue11 May 2010 | More ›

Steel processing & fabrication

Ficep UK will be exhibiting on stand 4740 at MACH 2010 and presenting some of its very latest CNC machines, including the versatile and cost-effective Gemini 254 PG, and the 601 DE Excalibur 6. The launch of the Gemini 254 PG has reportedly

Published on Tue11 May 2010 | More ›

Enhanced CAM system

Delcam has further increased the levels of productivity that are possible with its PowerMILL CAM system with the launch of the first 64-bit version of this program for five-axis and high-speed machining.  64-bit technology removes the memory limitations

Published on Thu06 May 2010 | More ›

Enhanced CAM system

Delcam has further increased the levels of productivity that are possible with its PowerMILL CAM system with the launch of the first 64-bit version of this program for five-axis and high-speed machining. 64-bit technology removes the memory

Published on Wed05 May 2010 | More ›

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