Exciting improvements in automation are already on their way—higher productivity, increased safety, greater throughput and less scrap. Tool digitalization provides opportunities for production improvements, like our EWE digital fine boring tool. It displays the actual diameter of a tool, makes adjustments much simpler and faster, and reduces human error.
Shrink-fit and hydraulic holders are both useful in low clearance, tight work envelopes found in moldmaking and multi-axis machining applications. When deciding which one to use, their differences will guide your choice.
In a recently published article for Fabricating & Metalworking magazine, our workholding product manager, John Zaya, shares a variety of ways zero-point workholding systems are valuable in manufacturing operations.
Learn how to trim once four-hour jobs down to just 40 minutes by turning to a simple, yet powerfully versatile, alternative to helical interpolation, in the recent Fabricating & Metalworking magazine column by BIG KAISER’s applications manager and KAISER product manager, Matt Tegelman.
In the most recent “Depth of Cut”, a monthly column written by BIG KAISER experts for Fabricating & Metalworking magazine, Unilock product manager, John Zaya suggests to the metalworking community that it’s time we start changing how we think about workholding.