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    Freeman Technology specialises in systems for measuring the flow properties of powders and has over 15 years’ experience in powder flow and powder characterisation. The company invests...
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    With over thirty years experience in the production and development of advanced technical ceramics, International Syalons are experts in the field. We are the UK's leading manufacturer of sialon...
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    THINKY was founded in 1971 as a company manufacturing digital measurement instruments. We made inexpensive display devices using LEDs. THINKY's products proved to be highly popular, and by 1991...
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    Raith is a leading precision technology solution provider for nanofabrication, electron beam lithography, focused ion beam fabrication, nanoengineering and reverse engineering...
  • Article - 11 Oct 2001
    There are several surface coating technologies available for tool steels. These surface coatings are used in applications such as drills, taps, reamers, shank cutters, bore cutters, dies, and milling...
  • Article - 16 Feb 2002
    Tungsten (W) was one of the first alloying elements to be used methodically—as early as the mid-19th century—to enhance the properties of steel.
  • News - 11 Nov 2013
    Cimatron Limited, a leading provider of integrated CAD/CAM software solutions for the toolmaking and manufacturing industries, today announced that its GibbsCAM® software supports all MORI SEIKI...
  • News - 28 Jun 2009
    Roll-Kraft has recently launched a totally new website. The new features include an instant request for quote button, along with Dr. Resolve, who will write a prescription for remedies to problems...
  • News - 1 Jun 2009
    Kennametal Inc. (NYSE: KMT) announced today that two of its inventors were honored with the Advanced Manufacturing Award at the 13th Annual Carnegie Science Center Awards. This is the eighth time that...
  • Article - 19 Mar 2002
    Machining of titanium is not as simple as some other metals, mainly due to thermal effects. Suggestions for milling, boring, turning, drilling, tapping, grinding, cutting, electrochemical machining,...