FaceBook     Twitter     Linked In     YouTube

JULY 14TH, 2021

Image
Sandvik to Acquire CAM Software Company Cambrio
 

Sandvik AB, Stockholm, Sweden, agreed to acquire U.S.-based Cambrio, which has a portfolio in CAD/CAM software for manufacturing industries such as automotive, transportation, energy, medical and aerospace. Cambrio will be reported in the Design & Planning Automation division within Sandvik Manufacturing and Machining Solutions. Terms were not disclosed.

Boeing
 

PRAB Inc., a maker of equipment for processing and conveying metal scrap, recycling cutting fluid, and treating industrial water and wastewater, has introduced the Bundle Breaker, a conveyor enhancement that preconditions stubborn metal scrap bundles for improved material transfer, processing and safety. It's intended to eliminate stringy bundles of metal scrap.

WEBINARS

Miyutoyo America Joins Forces With Technical College
 

Mitutoyo America Corp., a measurement and inspection solution provider, said it is joining with Atlantic Technical College in Broward County, Fla., as a major supplier and supporter of its Machining Technology course. Atlantic Technical College is a magnet school and one of three technical colleges, which are all part of the Broward County Public School System.

ROCKWell
 

A collaboration including CAM software component provider ModuleWorks GmbH, Aachen, Germany, machining solutions and tool manufacturer Sandvik Coromant, and CAMWorks developer HCL Technologies, Noida, India, has produced one of the first commercial implementations of Sandvik Coromant’s new PrimeTurning methodology in a CAM system.

SPONSORED CONTENT

uaw
 

The United States and Mexico announced a new union vote will be held at the General Motors Silao plant by Aug. 20, Reuters reported. The two countries issued a joint statement that Mexico has agreed to a number of conditions prior to the vote. Among them: having Mexican federal inspectors involved and impartial international observers from the International Labor Organization stationed at the plant.

Ceratizit
 

Electric-car maker Tesla Inc.'s Autopilot self-driving system has been involved in accidents and is a subject of concern about the company, The New York Times said. The accidents "could threaten Tesla’s standing and force regulators to take action against the company," according to the newspaper. "The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has about two dozen active investigations into crashes involving Autopilot." At least three drivers have died since 2016 in accidents where Autopilot was engaged, the Times said.

SPONSORED CONTENT

SPONSORED CONTENT

Resources

SME

1000 Town Center, Suite 1920,

Southfield, MI 48075

313.425.3000

sme.org

 

unsubscribe