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  • Supplier Profile
    Incorporated in 1946 as Machinery and Equipment Exchange, Broaching Machine Specialties (BMS) is a full service broach and machine company that has been specializing in broaching machines since...
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    Dyson began operations in 1884, when Joseph Dyson formed a company to produce forgings for various industries in Cleveland, Ohio. Since then, Dyson has become a leader in high quality large fastening...
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    Sigma Engineering was established in Walsall in 1995, to offer our customers a highly specialised manufacturing service at an extremely competitive price with no compromise on quality. From a one...
  • Article - 6 Jul 2012
    High-speed steels are tool steels that find applications in high-speed cutting tools. Tungsten high-speed steels (group T) and molybdenum high-speed steels (group M) are two types of high-speed...
  • Article - 8 Jul 2004
    This article provides a guide to the machining of titanium alloys. Some details are provided for operations including cutting, grinding, surface grinding, turning, drilling, milling, chemical milling,...
  • Article - 12 Dec 2003
    The choices made for selecting soluble cutting fluids used in metal cutting processes impact on the many aspects of the modern production process.
  • News - 6 May 2011
    Quaker Chemical provides a green approach to discard metalworking process fluids. The company helps its automotive customers to save money and reduce their environmental impact by recycling and...
  • News - 21 Jul 2014
    Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global High-speed Steel Metal Cutting Tools Market 2014-2018" report to their offering. High-speed steel (HSS) metal-cutting tools...
  • News - 14 Apr 2009
    Global high speed steel metal cutting tools market is projected to exceed $6.2 billion by 2015. Asia-Pacific represents the leading market for high speed steel (HSS) metal cutting tools. The region is...
  • News - 29 Mar 2005
    Metal teeth and a body made of plastic or foamed aluminum – these could be the cogwheels of the future in a lot of applications. They are lighter, quieter and cheaper to produce than...