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Haas Schleifmaschinen at the Precision Machining Technology Show (PMTS) in Columbus, Ohio

PMTS, dedicated to precision machining 280 exhibitors were at the PMTS Precision Machining Technology Show last week (April 25 – 27, 2017). The PMTS is the only show in North America dedicated to the Precision Machining Industry. This important show … Weiterlesen

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Machining high-value aerospace components

https://vimeo.com/163365017 The other day I spotted this interesting video about the state-of-the-art manufacturing of high-value components for the aerospace industry at MB Aerospace Newton Abbot in Devon. MB Aerospace is an international group providing complex engineering and machining solutions to … Weiterlesen

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Pasta, Parmesan, Precision Tools: EMO 2015

Haas Schleifmaschinen: Multigrind® CU. There are plenty of good reasons to go to Milan: the cathedral, the fashion, La Scalla, the food. But this year there’s another really good reason: the capital of Lombardy will be hosting EMO, which in … Weiterlesen

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Grinding Technology for the Aerospace Industry:
Haas Schleifmaschinen at the Paris Air Show 2015

Haas Schleifmaschinen: We know turbines. High-Tech for High-Flyers The aerospace industry is one of the most sophisticated key technologies, and is facing significant challenges. We all have increasingly high demands when it comes to transportation, yet flying should simultaneously become … Weiterlesen

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“Masters of Metal”

BBC Radio: „Germany: Memories of a Nation“ | „From Clock to Car: Masters of Metal“. 600 Years, 200 Objects, Germany An exhibition entitled „Germany: Memories of a Nation“ recently opened at the British Museum in London. The exhibition features 200 … Weiterlesen

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All the way to AMB for 1600-mm-worth of grinding machine? Introducing the new Multigrind® CU

1600 millimeters that make it pay to go to AMB! The new Haas Multgrind® Grinding Machine. The amount of concentrated Haas grinding technology you can pack into a width of 1.6 m is amazing, isn’t it? Weiterlesen