IMTS 2014

The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) is the largest and longest-running manufacturing technology trade show in the United States. The biennial event will take place at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois September 8-13, 2014. As the show approaches, please check back for new product updates. We will also have information about new technology, pavilions to explore and conference information.

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  • CAM Software Strategies Ease Five-Axis Drilling

    Open Mind Technologies will present its hyperMill 2014 CAM suite, which includes advanced machining strategies in five-axis drilling and roughing, plus a deformation tool in hyperCAD-S, the company’s native CAD option.

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  • Digital Boring Head Designed for Small Machines

    Designed for small machines with tight work envelopes, Big Kaiser Precision Tooling’s Series 112 EWD 2-32 boring head with a concentric insert holder has the same characteristics as the existing EWN 2-32 boring head, but features a digital readout rather than an analog one.

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  • Transfer Machining Center Produces Small Precision Parts

    The s100multi transfer machining center from Bumotec, part of the Starrag Group, is said to deliver high-speed acceleration of 3 g (27.24 m/sec.²) with minimum chip-to-chip times of 0.5 sec., thanks to linear motors in all axes.

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  • Horizontal Boring Mill Cuts Tough Materials

    Chevalier will exhibit nine machines at IMTS, including its FBB-110L series T-type horizontal boring mill, which offers a 120" × 83" × 80" machining work zone suited for heavy-duty, high-precision applications.

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    How Manufacturing Process R&D May Save $

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