MP&P's Top 20 Under 40 recipients were celebrated at a luncheon during AMExpo this year. MP&P caught up with a few of the recipients and attendees during the event.
On Friday, October 3rd, Sandvik Coromant Canada hosted a Manufacturing Day event for high school students at its Mississauga, Ont. headquarters.
On Wednesday, September 24th, MP&P’s 2014 Top 20 Under 40 recipients were honoured during a luncheon at the AMExpo show in Toronto. Of the Top 20 Under 40 recipients, 14 were able to attend. Also in attendance were title sponsor Sandvik Coromant Canada, and program sponsors Mitutoyo Canada and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME).
Brian Flores talks about the Sandvik booth, a new ISO standard for cutting tools, and Sandvik's Adveon online tooling support.
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Sandvik Coromant takes another step in the gear milling technology development by introducing the groundbreaking InvoMilling solution for flexible manufacturing of gears and splines on universal five-axes machining centers.
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The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM) and its founding member, Sandvik Coromant, will join forces to showcase joint research efforts and give a glimpse into the future of manufacturing.
Learn more about the CNC machining competition at Skills Canada, held June 5-6 at the International Centre in Mississauga.
Few machine tools are acquired direct from the manufacturer as a complete, turnkey package. For this reason it’s easy for customers to overlook the issue of tooling, a factor that could easily hamper the transition time from machine delivery to full production. To address this problem, Sandvik Coromant offers a range of start-up toolkits designed to get new machines up and running immediately.
The CoroMill 172 and 171 disc cutting concepts adapted for gears, splines and racks enables gear profile manufacturing on most types of CNC machines. A primary benefit of the cutter is single setup machining: using one machine for many operations and one cutter body for different insert types. This significantly reduces setup time, machine down times or the need to outsource the gear profiling operation due to lack of dedicated machines.