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Total Game Changer: Michigan Shop Installs CI Press Brake

Total Game Changer: Michigan Shop Installs CI Press Brake

Investing in new technology keeps Accurate at the head of the pack. After shifting to SOLIDWORKS a few years ago, they purchased a laser cutting machine to boost productivity and accuracy over their hi-def plasma. The laser led to more precision jobs, and Accurate quickly found itself in need of a more precise press brake that could keep pace.

Adding with Additive: Why We Chose To 3D Print In-House Fixtures

Adding with Additive: Why We Chose To 3D Print In-House Fixtures

With Big Area Additive Manufacturing (we call it BAAM around here), there’s a new way to prototype and produce parts and tooling for industries like automotive, aerospace and more. The technology is capable of quite literally changing how the world works. But when you break it down to day-to-day operations, it’s often far more practical.

Meet the Swiss Army Knife of Fiber Lasers

Meet the Swiss Army Knife of Fiber Lasers

Built by our partners at nLIGHT® (a global leader in fiber laser technology), the Corona’s groundbreaking innovation is its programmable all-fiber beam quality. The result is what makes the CL-900 so special: optimized machine tool performance across various metals and thicknesses.

 

How AES Became a World Leader in Industrial Additive Manufacturing

How AES Became a World Leader in Industrial Additive Manufacturing

Additive Engineering Solutions is the first company in the world to offer large scale, 3D printing. They’re doing it thanks to the BAAM, a machine built by CINCINNATI.

Do It All with One Tool: CI’s New Corona Powered Laser Technology

Do It All with One Tool: CI’s New Corona Powered Laser Technology

CINCINNATI’s new Corona laser technology allows optimal thick and thin metal cutting, higher cutting speed and quality, and improved piercing and small-feature processing with the same tool.

How (and Why) We Support Our Oldest Machines

How (and Why) We Support Our Oldest Machines

There are roughly 60,000 active CINCINNATI machines in the wild. Many were built this century. But some? Some are nearly a century old.

The Laser Cutting System That Skyrocketed Midland Metal’s Productivity

The Laser Cutting System That Skyrocketed Midland Metal’s Productivity

When BJ McDonald, Facilities Manager and Co-Owner at Midland Metal Products, was shopping for a new laser cutting system, he was not a brand loyalist. With a need for a no-nonsense, low maintenance solution that could handle it all, McDonald did not care what company it came from. He just needed it to be the best.