There’s more than one way to make holes, but some approaches are better than others. Working with customers from across every industry, our team gets to see what works and what doesn’t. These are a few of the interesting questions—and unexpected answers.
The precision and ruggedness of BIG KAISER modular boring tools deliver measurable performance advantages by reducing costs and cycle times, all while allowing the flexibility and versatility to upgrade boring tools to meet today’s demanding requirements.
When working with our partners and customers, we get the chance to see all kinds of metalworking scenarios, from the most common to the hard-to-fathom prototype. We often discover valuable strategies and techniques along the way and love sharing some of those learnings in the pages of the industry’s most trusted publications.
Sphinx product manager, Cory Cetkovic, once again took to the pages of Fabricating & Metalworking magazine to share some useful knowledge about micro machining practices, a challenging yet profitable and growing sector of metalworking.
Reporting on Sphinx product manager, Cory Cetkovic’s presentation at our annual Breakfast & Learn event earlier this year, Production Machining recently published a column called “Tools and Technologies for Deep Hole Drilling.”
Opportunities abound for shops to cash in on the ever-growing micro machining market, but the differences between different types of micro tools vary from those found in standard tooling. Here are some insights into the extra care and know-how needed to achieve success and build a successful reputation as a reliable supplier of micro machined parts.
Manufacturing miniature parts and features is not new. In the past, EDM and laser technologies were used to create these features. Although these technologies worked for low volume jobs, they are not practical for the high volume micro applications that are in demand today.