The Centre for Skills Development & Training in Burlington, Ontario, prepares students for dynamic and rewarding careers in the skilled trades by offering pre-apprenticeship training in the construction, electrical and manufacturing fields. All programs feature a combination of in-class and hands-on, shop-floor training, plus job search assistance to help students find employment. More information is available at www.thecentre.on.ca or phone 905-333-3499, ext. 121 / 1-888-315-5521, ext. 121.
Great for kitchens. Great for monuments. For stone fabrication, C4 is a fully automated stone CNC machine that is as effective for monuments and memorials as it is for kitchen tops. Not only can you use it for sink cut-outs, but with a 220mm (8.7inches) Z-axis travel and oscillating capability it can cut, polish and engrave (both text and photo) monuments and memorials, as well as solid stone shower trays, in marble, granite and engineered stone. The C4 is a development based on the C3s unique open gantry. With the open gantry and compact and space-saving design it allows for any size work piece – without having to take into account the machines tool envelope. The stone is worked polished side up to make set up easier for the fabricator. The tilt table means your stone doesnt need to be calibrated and its perfect for drainers and flutes. As with all our CNC stone fabrication machinery and equipment, the entire process is run from the integrated PC Windows® control panel. The easy-to-operate interface in the modern computer makes it possible to draw, change and save thousands of drawings and figures at the machine. Along with our other CNC stone fabrication machinery, the C4 includes ScandSOFT™, the user-friendly software designed and developed by Scandinvent to make CNC programs of any sink, cooking top, monument or solid stone shower tray.
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The Craftsman 1200 at work, cutting components for Carftsman 900 DIY Router kit.
HORNET XD™ The HORNET XD™ CNC cutting machine delivers dual side drive precision high definition and conventional production plasma cutting up to 2 (50mm) and oxy-fuel cutting up to 3 (75mm). Like all Retro Systems machines, the HORNET XD includes standard features normally offered only as options on more expensive machines. Powerful AC Servo drives, the easy-to-use Hypertherm MicroEDGE™ CNC control, Premium components and Rigid steel construction ensure consistent highly accurate profile cut parts. The HORNET XD is the right choice for machinery manufacturers, structural steel shops and job shops. If youre looking for your first CNC profile cutting machine or need to increase your cutting capacity – the HORNET XD is the right choice. MACHINE SIZES HORNET XD is available in 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12 ft widths (1.5, 1.8, 2.4, 3.0 & 3.6 m) and lengths to over 60 ft (18 m). PLASMA & OXY-FUEL CUTTING & PLATE MARKING The HORNET XD may be configured with (1) master carriage and up to (3) slave carriages. The master carriage can carry up to (3) tools plasma torch, oxyfuel torch and a marker. Each slave carriage may carry either a plasma or oxy-fuel torch. The HORNET XD carriages may be configured with up to (2) plasma systems and up to (4) oxyfuel torches. Air plasma systems are an excellent choice for medium duty conventional plasma cutting. For extended consumable life, improved cut edge weld-ability and heavier plate capacity, we recommend higher amperage oxygen plasma systems with …
CNC machining M16 U-Bolt blanks on an Okuma CNC lathe at work…I’m a machinist by trade and the past 3 years (post apprenticeship) focused on manual machining but am getting back into CNC due to lack of manual jobs going. Got 500 of these puppies to make lol.
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The Diamond 20CSB Swiss-type lathe cutting, rigid tapping, engraving, and threading brass into a pagoda complete in one setup. Includes subspindle cutoff operation.
NEW Mitsubishi 6000 watt NX series automated laser added at IMS (Integrated Manufacturing Solutions, LLC) Mitsubishi Laser Automation Nation videos feature leading laser job shops, fabricators and OEMs that have increased their ability to compete globally with automated laser cutting solutions from Mitsubishi. The newest installment in the series features IMS (Integrated Manufacturing Solutions) in Shakopee MN. The video shows 3 high-speed laser cutting machines, an LVPlus on an EL4 loader and an LVPlus and NEW NX 6000 watt machine on the MSIII tower – Mitsubishi’s full shop automation and material handling solution that has allowed IMS to reduce cycle times and labor costs while increasing the quality of their parts. For more product info please visit www.mitsubishi-world.com
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LICO Machinery Co., Ltd., established in 1978 under the leadership of president Mr. Hank Lin, is well known for manufactruing turning machines ranging from industrial cam operated single spindle automatic lathes to technical CNC turning centers. Togrther with a rigid casting frame in compact size and an affordable price make LNA36 an approprate machine for voume production at turning workahop. Yet, machining with optional optical digit scale drives LNA36 being an ideal machine for 0.009mm precision required jobs at today’s turning industry. Still more, its flexibility and expansibility of connection with automatic bar feeder or robot or designed manual loading system enhance LNA36 become a cost-saver in this ever-increasing competitive industry.
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Tosa Tool 6 Station Turning Fixture for the Tormach PCNC 1100. Available now at www.tosatool.com! Turn your jobs yourself with a Tormach CNC Mill!
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This highly technical program is designed around industry and national skill standards, which have been put into practice by the National Institute for Metalworking Skills, Inc. (NIMS). The program uses project-based instruction to prepare students for a variety of careers in the manufacturing industry. Clustered learning experiences are offered in collaboration with the Engineering Related Technology and Welding Technology pathways as part of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) & Manufacturing career clusters. One example is the integrated custom-built motorcycle initiative. Students learn to operate power saws, drill presses, lathes, milling machines, precision grinders, automated and computerized (CNC) equipment, and other specialized machinery. In addition, students will learn the use of precision measuring instruments and processes through the use of micrometers, calipers, gauges, material hardness testing, blueprint reading and designing, and state-of-the-art quality control inspection techniques. Students learn to apply mathematical formulas to actual jobs and projects that are part of the curriculum. Students can earn the following NIMS Certifications: Measurement, Materials, and Safety (I); Job Planning, Benchwork and Layout (I); Drill Press Operations (I); Turning Operations (I): Between Centers; Milling I Skills; Grinding Operations (I); Turning Operations (I): Chucking; CNC Milling Operations (I); and CNC Turning Operations (I).
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