Production Machining

SEP 2018

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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:: Website Highlights Cutting Tool Products, Tracks Inventory and More Big Kaiser's newly revamped website, , was designed to follow the flow of the company's new High Perfor- mance Tooling Solutions catalog and improve the customer's online experience. The site includes extensive Big Kaiser product information. The new downloads feature allows customers to access product catalogs, manuals, DXF drawings and step models. If customers want to check product inventory and order tracking, they can do so though the interactive tools feature. There is also a video gallery to see the product of interest in action. Big Kaiser's website will be updated regularly with online content such as new product releases, technical tips and events. Additionally, the Cut to the Chase blog has a new look and is continuously populated with the most up-to-date company news, articles and insights. Visitors to the site can also sign up for the company's newsletter. :: Introducing Critical Cleaning Lab Services MicroCare Corp. has created a dedicated web page, ccl/ , to introduce the company's Critical Cleaning Lab services. As a part of a new website update, the page highlights the company's unique service, which analyzes specific critical cleaning applications. Because it is important to consistently review cleaning processes, this new web page explains exactly how the lab can help businesses going through this process make a smooth transition: It helps customers select the right cleaning fluid and process. :: Global Machinery Exchange members can now access the New Machinery Exchange feature, where they can easily research, advertise or even extend an offer to buy any available CNC machines directly and all for free. The New Machinery Exchange section provides filter functions such as main or sub-category (machine tools, turning or milling machine, and so on), machine type, manufacturer, control, price, as well as country, region and more. On, searching, finding and advertising new or used machines is easy and efficient, and follows the same process used when searching for, buying or selling on other unrelated product portals. Soon, the website will be offering access to local financing and transportation partners within the machinery exchange section. 314.692.8388 f 314.692.5152 11600 ADIE ROAD ST. LOUIS, MO 63043 call or click: 314.692.8388 In the World of High Precision Collets & Guide Bushings, Schlenker Stands Alone. A Complete Line Of Superior Products To Increase Your Lathe's Accuracy. SMOOTH COLLET CHUCK GUIDE BUSHING BL-COATED GUIDE BUSHING COLLET CHUCK WITH GROOVES BAR FEEDER COLLET ROTATING TIP E dge Technologies represents the full line of Schlenker collets, guide bushings, and accessories for your fixed Swiss and headstock turning centers, as well as your bar feeders. Manufacturing and design flexibility are essential elements of Schlenker's success. Their keen focus on the evolving lathe workholding and bar feeding technologies make them ready and willing to tackle your unique and application driven needs. As our customers require more specialized solutions rather than standard products, Schlenker's engineered specialty designs are an added value for our patrons. Process driven equates to quality driven. That principle is the driving force in their 100% vertically integrated manufacturing, delivering your standard or customized products on-time and to your specifications. The finest materials coupled with second- to-none engineering and product production backed by the most vigilant manufacturing practices in the industry, Schlenker is the world leader in quality collets and guide bushings. See our website at www.edgetechnogies. com, give us a call at 314.692.8388, and get more information on how your Productivity Partner can help your bottom line. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 10 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: SEPTEMBER 2018

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