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Vibration Damping Technology - How and why- It works

What’s the similarity between the 1500 foot Taipei 101 Tower and a cutting tool? Join Edd China on his journey to Sandvik Coromant in Trondheim, Norway, to find out. In the film, you’ll learn about vibrations and how to reduce them in machining operations. Edd talks to experts in vibration-reducing technology for machining and explores the technology and physics behind Silent Tools™ damped cuttin...

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VU HTEC Posts UPDATED 2019 Summer Training Schedule

For CNC training from beginning level up through advanced multi-axis the Vincennes University Haas Technical Education Center (HTEC) in Vincennes Indiana has a class designed just for you.

Please select the link to "Additional Resources" for a flyer that lists classes and dates. Course descriptions are available under the "Training" tab on the website along with costs. Teac...

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The world’s first all-metal, smash-proof guitar

"We had to design a guitar that is unsmashable in all the different ways you can smash a guitar,” Loikkanen said. “The engineering challenge was that critical joint between the neck and the body that usually cracks on a guitar.” So Sandvik Coromant engineers decided to eliminate the joint. Both the neck and fretboard extend into a rectangular “hub” that reaches deep into the guitar’s body." See ho...

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From Dream to Reality: How Hudson Valley College Procured Funding for a $14.5 Million Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills

On Sept. 3, 2019, the 37,000-square-foot Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (GHCAMS) will open its doors at Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) in Troy, NY. Just a dream in 2012, the new facility is now nearing completion, and other schools across the country are asking: “How did you go about funding a $14.5 million facility . . . and how can we?”

It’s difficult, but ...

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