DMG MORI

2400 Huntington Blvd.
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192 US

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As Seen In Automotive Design & Production

Hardware- and software-based  advances continue to boost  machining center productivity.  (Image courtesy Makino)

Want Machining Productivity? Look Closely at Components
Sensors, motors and more are making smart machines faster.

A 3D-printed steering stub  axle reduces weight 35 percent  and increases rigidity 20 percent. (Photo courtesy EOS.)

Additive for Automotive
When will additive manufacturing be ready for high-volume production?

DMG MORI i 50 horizontals facilitate fast, flexible and productive machining.

A World View of Machining Centers
The global automotive industry is a solid market with different regional approaches.

 This is a second-generation CTX gamma 3000 TC turn-mill center from DMG MORI.

Taking Stock of Turning
New developments can make big differences in production.

Some NewTech for Manufacturing
From machining centers to robots and plenty in between, here is a look at some recent developments in the field.

How to Make Machine Tools More Sustainable
If you maximize spindle utilization and don’t use energy to run pumps when a machine is idle, you’ll make more (parts and money). So explains Adam Hansel of DMG MORI.

Major Gains in Energy Reduction through Minor Adjustments
You may be surprised at how you can achieve output, quality, and energy savings in machining operations.

Digital Tech & Making Machines
It is the classic northern California story: Twelve years ago four guys out of University of California-Davis start work in what is now known as the Digital Technology Laboratory (DTL), located nearby in an industrial park in Davis.

New Developments in Metalcutting
Hot machines from DMG/Mori Seiki—that we see in the Alps when it is really cold outside.

Objects of Interest- Feb 09
Angled Cutting HeadBIG Kaiser’s Slender Drive Angle Head allows for 90o cutting operations within bores as small as 30 mm with a maximum speed of up to 2,000 rpm.

Metalcutting Moves Forward
In addition to cutting enhancements, Mori Seiki's X-Class of machining centers offer energy savings, heat dispersing features and advanced operating panels.

A Sampling of Speed: Some Fast Machining Centers
Although people often talk about the flexibility of machining centers, one aspect that shouldn't be overlooked is that some of them offer the ability to go fast. Here are some of them. None are particularly exotic, but they surely can be productive.

Tools of the Trade: Machining
Here are some things to know if you're in the metal removal arena — they'll help you get it done faster, better, and probably less expensively.

Removing Metal
Although there is an increased use of non-metallic materials in cars and components, there are still plenty of steel, cast iron, alloys, aluminum, magnesium, and other metals being transformed into parts on the one hand and chips on the other. Here's an array of equipment that can help make metal removal fast, accurate andefficient.

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Notes from the Field: Flexibility, High Speeds and Other Considerations
The objective of any manufacturing setup is to get the most out of your equipment. So whether it is high speeds, flexibility, or just keeping the equipment up and running, getting the job done is what's important.

Tom Anderson

Winning Through Optimization
The people at Target Chip Ganassi Racing are continually working to meet deadlines with vehicles that can win races. The operative approach is one where they leverage resources wherever possible, thereby achieving optimization. Here's how it works.