METAV 2016 Brings Cutting-Edge Manufacturing Technology to the World

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This week, tens of thousands of metalworkers, production managers, and manufacturers from around the world are converging on Düsseldorf, Germany, to kick off METAV 2016, the 19th International Exhibition for Metalworking Technologies, February 23–27. There, they will explore the largest collection and widest range of manufacturing and metalworking technologies ever presented one place, covering aerospace industries, the automotive industry, machine and plant building, medical engineering, optics, power and environmental technologies, precision mechanics, and much more.

A Complete Solution for Chromatography Tube Inner Surface Finishing

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High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is one medical area where manufacturing accuracy and surface finishing are critical. The inner surface of chromatography tubes must be smooth or else false readings or inaccurate separation may occur. Tube manufacturers are limited in the inner surface finish they can offer and will only be interested in improving on it if extremely large orders are at stake.

Madison Industries Expands Industrial Solutions Portfolio Madison acquires Extrude Hone.

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Chicago , IL – On November 3rd, 2015 Madison Industries was pleased to announce that it has signed a definitive agreement with Kennametal Inc. (NYSE: KMT) to acquire seven businesses including Extrude Hone, Tricon, Landis, the Biel, Switzerland business of Kennametal Infrastructure and  the Koblenz, Germany and Milan and Bellusco, Italy businesses of Kennametal Stellite.  Closing has been completed December 1st, 2015.

What Is Precision Electrochemical Machining (PECM)?

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Precision electrochemical machining (PECM) is a nonconventional machining process that can help deliver complex and precise components quickly and accurately. It uses electrodes and a pulsed direct current to dissolve practically any electrically conductive metal, including highly tempered steel, rolling bearing steel and alloys. This flexible technology allows metals to be machined into highly complex geometrical shapes for myriad applications, some of which would have been difficult or nearly impossible to create just 30 years ago.

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