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Bringing machining into the engineering curriculum


SMTCL-Americas enters into a partnership with the California State Polytechnic University: providing equipment to create a machine lab.

Industry confidence at 2-year high for 2nd consecutive month


The index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future.

Register for IMTS


Must-attend manufacturing event takes place in Chicago, Sept. 8-13, 2014.

HANNOVER MESSE 2014: a look back


'Factory of the Future' trade event wraps up in Germany.

Smalley Steel Ring debuts redesigned website


Website streamlines design process for applications in oil & gas industry.

Freudenberg-NOK to supply students with seals


Fuel-saving technology to be used for SAE International mileage competition.

HMTS '14 – Hardinge Open House – May 13-14, 2014


With more than 50 of the industry's leading technology partners on display, there is something for everyone to see.

Grand opening of Los Angeles Technology Center


Methods Machine Tools event, June 25-26, 2014, will feature the latest machine tool technology, live demonstrations and technical seminars.

US cutting tool consumption down 1.2% in February


Reported totals represent approx. 80% of US market for cutting tools, based on participants in the CTMR collaboration.

Methods Machine Tools announces open house


Metal Storm 2014 will feature demonstrations from companies such as Fanuc, Feeler, Carl Zeiss, and more.

Strong growth for industrial automation equipment


IHS forecasts industrial automation equipment to see stronger growth in 2014 after two mediocre years.

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Sweden home to 150,000th Haas milestone


In just seven years, Haas celebrates the jump from its 75,000th CNC installation to its 150,000ths machine installation.

Eriez launches Orange University tour


Specialty machine equipment company training customers in U.S. and Canada.

1,000+ Delcam University courses donated to SkillsUSA


SkillsUSA programs help establish industry standards for job-skill training in the lab and the classroom, and to promote community service.

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