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Intro/Basic OSP Machining Center Programming – Eastern Iowa Community College

Hartwig is hosting a FREE Intro/Basic OSP Machining Center Programming Class This is a basic Okuma machining center programming class. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. Who Should Attend? Machine operators and new programmers. It will raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine … Read more

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Advanced OSP Programming – Eastern Iowa Community College

Hartwig is Hosting a FREE Advanced OSP Programming Seminar for OSP Lathe and Machining Center Controls. This three-hour seminar provides information and techniques not covered in our regularly scheduled classes. What Is Covered? Variable for “family of part” programs and machining monitoring Local variables Common variables System variables Sub programming Advanced functions “If/then” statements Math … Read more

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Hartwig Open House – Houston

Hartwig is proud to celebrate manufacturing in Texas! We will be hosting an open house and technology event on March 22 & 23 at our Houston location. Doors open at 9:00AM each day. To view more information and the complete machine line up, click here. This two-day event will feature on-site cutting demonstrations and several on-floor mini-seminars throughout the … Read more

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Hartwig Open House – Tulsa

Hartwig is proud to celebrate manufacturing in Oklahoma! We will be hosting an open house and technology event on Wednesday, July 26th and Thursday, July 27th at our Broken Arrow location. Doors open at 9:00AM. To view more information and the complete machine line-up, click here. This one-day event will feature on-site cutting demonstrations and informative seminars … Read more

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Hartwig Open House – St. Louis

Hartwig is proud to celebrate manufacturing in St. Louis! We will be hosting an open house and technology event on May 3rd & 4th at our St. Louis location. Doors open at 10:00AM each day. To view more information and the complete machine line-up, click here. This two-day event will feature on-site cutting demonstrations, additive manufacturing seminar by … Read more

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Hartwig Lunch & Learn – Featuring Cryogenic Machining by 5ME

Cryogenic Machining – Efficiency Reigns Supreme Come Learn How Cryogenic Machining Systems Can Extend Your Tool Life and Reduce Cycle Times! Efficient removal of heat from the tool/workpiece interface is the main route to high-productivity machining. Several conventional methods are available to accomplish that—dry machining, minimum-quantity lubrication, flood coolant and high-pressure coolant—but cryogenic machining can … Read more

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Hartwig & Sandvik Demo Day

Hartwig Machines on the Floor … Come Hear About Okuma Year-End Specials! In addition to the CoroPak line-up, the following machines will be on display. Come check it all out! Okuma LB3000 EX-II BB-MYW Horizontal Turning Center Okuma GENOS M560 Vertical Machining Center Okuma MB-5000H Horizontal Machining Center Okuma LB4000 EX-II MY 2-Axis Turning Center Okuma … Read more

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VELOCITY SMART TOOL™ – Optimized Machining, Out of the Box

The first intelligent toolholder assembly of its kind, VELOCITY SMART TOOL™  is a collaboration of four U.S. suppliers: Velocity Products, Briney Tooling Systems, BlueSwarf and Fullerton Tool. Designed exclusively for Okuma machining centers, VELOCITY SMART TOOLS are fully-assembled, balanced, pre-set and ready to run. The VELOCITY SMART TOOL is an integrated tool holder and cutting tool assembly … Read more

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Investing To Better Serve You

During a time when some are just trying to survive, Hartwig continues to invest in our people and infrastructure in order to continue to efficiently serve our more than 5,000 customers in our 14 state geography. We would like to take this opportunity to provide some insight as to what advancements you will continue to … Read more

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The Speed of Efficiency

By Rick Spencer, Productivity Specialist, CMfgE In today’s world of digital technology, we can find answers to problems in a matter of seconds where previous generations had to research for hours or days in books and other printed text. As a result of this technology, we have become more efficient with our day to day … Read more

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Process Troubleshooting Series – Chapter 2: Chip Control

By Randy Jokerst, Director of Engineering In my first chapter of Process Troubleshooting, I wrote about Size Control. Another example of process troubleshooting is chip control. On a lathe, chip control is so very important when unattended automation is expected or in-process gauging is used. Use your resources when tackling chip control. Tooling supplier reps are … Read more

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Advanced and Multi-Function OSP Lathe Programming

This is a programming class teaching the fundamentals of the live tool and sub-spindle of the Okuma lathe. Who should attend? Machine operators and shop supervisors who want to get more out of the Okuma OSP control and improve efficiency on the manufacturing floor. Topics covered: Explanation of sub programming Explanation of schedule programming Explanation of … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming

This is a basic Okuma lathe programming class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. Multi-function lathes are not included. This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. It is … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming

This is a basic Okuma lathe programming class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. Multi-function lathes are not included. This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. It is … Read more

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Advanced AOT (Advanced One Touch) Lathe Programming

Advanced Programming with Advanced One Touch for Lathes will provide knowledge of the advanced features of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch conversational lathe programming system. Advanced One Touch, Okuma’s conversational programming language, allows programs to be created on the Okuma OSP P200 or P300 control or on a remote computer. This course involves a careful examination … Read more

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ESPRIT for Okuma

Challenging parts requiring 4- and 5-axis machining is where ESPRIT excels. Not that their CAM systems don’t work equally well on 2- and 3-axis requirements, but determining the optimum tool path of those difficult part configurations is a core competency. ESPRIT utilizes the unparalleled computing power of the THINC OSP control to reduce the cutting … Read more

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Advanced Okuma OSP Machining Center (Mill) Programming

Hartwig is hosting a FREE seminar on advanced OSP machining center (mill) programming. Who Should Attend: Beginning programmers, operators and shop supervisors who want to understand the Okuma OSP control and improve efficiency on the manufacturing floor. What Is Covered: Explanation of OSP Easy Operation Setup Screens Demonstration of Okuma’s Interactive Gauging Introduction to Common, Local and System … Read more

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Basic OSP Lathe Programming and Operation

This is a basic Okuma lathe class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for the various types of Okuma lathes. This four hour class is intended to increase the operator understanding of basic codes and program format to make the machine tool more productive. What is covered? Basic programming skills enabling operators and … Read more

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Okuma Collision Avoidance Setup

Learn How To Utilize Okuma’s Intelligent Technology: Collision Avoidance System As machines become more complex, involving additional axes, automation and setup changing, there’s more room for human error. Many applications and development tools concentrate on the cutting and forget about the hazard of collision. Okuma’s Collision Avoidance System (CAS) integrates 3D modeling of machines, blanks and … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming

This is a basic Okuma lathe programming class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. Multi-function lathes are not included. This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. It is … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Advanced and Multi-Function OSP Lathe Programming

This is a programming class teaching the fundamentals of the live tools, sub-spindles, Y-axis and balanced turning (4-axis) of the Okuma lathe. Who should attend? Machine operators and shop supervisors who want to get more out of the Okuma OSP control and improve efficiency on the manufacturing floor. Topics covered: Explanation of sub programming Explanation of … Read more

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Advanced and Multi-Function OSP Lathe Programming

This is a programming class teaching the fundamentals of the live tools, sub-spindles, Y-axis and balanced turning (4-axis) of the Okuma lathe. Who should attend? Machine operators and shop supervisors who want to get more out of the Okuma OSP control and improve efficiency on the manufacturing floor. Topics covered: Explanation of sub programming Explanation of … Read more

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Introduction to Basic AOT (Advanced One Touch) for Lathes

Basic Introduction to Advanced One Touch Programming for Lathes is a basic introduction to Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® conversational lathe programming system. This class will provide a basic understanding of the flow of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® and students will be able to create single turret programs. Advanced One-Touch® is Okuma’s conversational programming language, allowing … Read more

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Introduction to Basic AOT (Advanced One Touch) for Lathes

Basic Introduction to Advanced One Touch Programming for Lathes is a basic introduction to Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® conversational lathe programming system. This class will provide a basic understanding of the flow of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® and students will be able to create single turret programs. Advanced One-Touch® is Okuma’s conversational programming language, allowing … Read more

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Introduction to Basic Okuma Machining Center (Mill) G Code

This two-day class is an introduction to G code (hand) programming for the Okuma OSP control focused on basic programming skills for the three-axis vertical and four-axis horizontal machining center. The functions of G and M codes are explained as well as the use of standard fixed cycles, linear and circular cutting paths, cutter radius … Read more

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Introduction to Basic Okuma Machining Center (Mill) G Code

This two-day class is an introduction to G code (hand) programming for the Okuma OSP control focused on basic programming skills for the three-axis vertical and four-axis horizontal machining center. The functions of G and M codes are explained as well as the use of standard fixed cycles, linear and circular cutting paths, cutter radius … Read more

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Introduction to Basic Okuma Lathe G Code

This two-day class is an introduction to G code (hand) programming for the Okuma OSP control, focused on basic programming skills for the two-axis single turret lathe. The functions of G and M codes are explained as well as the use of standard fixed cycles, rough bar turning cycles, tool nose radius compensation and simple … Read more

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Introduction to Basic Okuma Lathe G Code

This two-day class is an introduction to G code (hand) programming for the Okuma OSP control, focused on basic programming skills for the two-axis single turret lathe. The functions of G and M codes are explained as well as the use of standard fixed cycles, rough bar turning cycles, tool nose radius compensation and simple … Read more

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Hartwig Open House – DATC

Hartwig will be hosting this event at the Davis Applied Technical College and the doors open at 10:00AM. This event will give you and your team the chance to learn about new technologies available including Okuma horizontal lathes, machining centers and grinders; Tsugami Swiss lathes; and other tooling accessories! For more information on this event or … Read more

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WITS 2017 – Wichita Industrial Trade Show

WITS 2017 – Wichita Industrial Trade Show  October 17-19, 2017 Century II Expo Hall – Wichita, KS Booth #s: 107-110 Show Times Tuesday, October 17: 1:00PM – 7:00PM Wednesday, October 18: 10:00AM – 7:00PM Thursday, October 19: 10:00AM – 4:00PM Click HERE to visit the WITS website and register for the event online.

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Advanced AOT (Advanced One Touch) Lathe Programming

Advanced Programming with Advanced One Touch for Lathes will provide knowledge of the advanced features of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch conversational lathe programming system. Advanced One Touch, Okuma’s conversational programming language, allows programs to be created on the Okuma OSP P200 or P300 control or on a remote computer. This course involves a careful examination … Read more

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Advanced AOT (Advanced One Touch) Lathe Programming

Advanced Programming with Advanced One Touch for Lathes will provide knowledge of the advanced features of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch conversational lathe programming system. Advanced One Touch, Okuma’s conversational programming language, allows programs to be created on the Okuma OSP P200 or P300 control or on a remote computer. This course involves a careful examination … Read more

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Introduction to Basic AOT (Advanced One Touch) for Lathes

Basic Introduction to Advanced One Touch Programming for Lathes is a basic introduction to Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® conversational lathe programming system. This class will provide a basic understanding of the flow of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® and students will be able to create single turret programs. Advanced One-Touch® is Okuma’s conversational programming language, allowing … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Introduction to Basic AOT (Advanced One Touch) for Lathes

Basic Introduction to Advanced One Touch Programming for Lathes is a basic introduction to Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® conversational lathe programming system. This class will provide a basic understanding of the flow of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch® and students will be able to create single turret programs. Advanced One-Touch® is Okuma’s conversational programming language, allowing … Read more

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Advanced AOT (Advanced One Touch) Lathe Programming

Advanced Programming with Advanced One Touch for Lathes will provide knowledge of the advanced features of Okuma’s Advanced One Touch conversational lathe programming system. Advanced One Touch, Okuma’s conversational programming language, allows programs to be created on the Okuma OSP P200 or P300 control or on a remote computer. This course involves a careful examination … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Machining Center Programming

This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the Okuma machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. Students will learn to write basic milling and drilling programs for vertical and horizontal machining centers. It is also targeted to anyone interested in becoming a programmer … Read more

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Advanced and Multi-Function OSP Lathe Programming

This is a programming class teaching the fundamentals of the live tool and sub-spindle of the Okuma lathe. Who should attend? Machine operators and shop supervisors who want to get more out of the Okuma OSP control and improve efficiency on the manufacturing floor. Topics covered: Explanation of sub programming Explanation of schedule programming Explanation of … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming

This is a basic Okuma lathe programming class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. Multi-function lathes are not included. This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. It is … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming

This is a basic Okuma lathe programming class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. Multi-function lathes are not included. This two-day class is intended to raise the level of an operator to someone who can make the machine tool more productive by understanding the basic codes. It is … Read more

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Hartwig eBay Store

Need some extra tooling? Want to purchase some discounted demo workholding? Check out Hartwig’s eBay Store!

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Dallas Lunch & Learn / Demo Day

In early November, Hartwig will be hosting a Lunch & Learn / Demo Day event at our metro-Dallas location from 10:00AM – 2:00PM. This event will give you and your team the opportunity to learn how to save money with Section 179 and Bonus Depreciation options available! You still have a couple months to finish the … Read more

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GF Machining Solutions Expands Hartwig’s Territory in the West

GF Machining Solutions recently announced new distributors to serve customers in the Northwest and West regions. Hartwig’s territory was expanded to also serve those customers in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. GF Machining Solutions awarded Hartwig this area based upon our proven abilities to provide extensive service and support to customers as well as … Read more

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Process Troubleshooting Series – Chapter 1: Size Control

Hi, my name is Randy Jokerst, Director of Engineering for Hartwig and an employee here for almost 31 years. Here in the Engineering Services Department at Hartwig we get involved in many aspects of manufacturing. From the initial concept of how to manufacture a part, to actually setting up the machine and making chips, to inspection, … Read more

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IMTS – It’s Just Around The Corner!

IMTS 2016 is rapidly approaching! Hartwig’s leading brands are going to be exhibiting the latest and greatest machine tools and technologies. If you haven’t already booked your appointment with your Hartwig Sales Engineer for a first-hand look, please do so and you’ll have a personal guide to see these advancements. Okuma – Booth S-8500  This year … Read more

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Revolutionary Approach Delivers Intelligent Aluminum Milling

When your industry has zero tolerance for failure, a radical and pervasive change in production methods is intimidating. Evolutionary step-by-step improvement is limited to existing solutions and marginal gain. It takes a revolutionary innovator to imagine and then build something no one had previously thought possible. This is the story of Modig Machine Tools’ HHV … Read more

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Cryogenic Machining – Efficiency Reigns Supreme

Manufacturing productivity that ensures parts are made as efficiently as possible is paramount in the aircraft manufacturing supply chain, where process improvements – both large and small – can have a massive impact on the bottom line. One big gain recently took place when Hartwig customer and leading aerospace OEM Lockheed Martin acquired an MA-600H … Read more

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Dallas Demo Day / Lunch & Learn (August 2016)

At the end of August, Hartwig will be hosting a Demo Day technology event at a metro-Dallas location from 10:00AM – 2:00PM. This event will give you and your team the chance to view new technology available in the industry without making the trip to Chicago! For the full event details, click here.

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Programming – Don’t Fear a Blank Screen!

By Joe Thole, Application Engineer Arguably the scariest thing on any machine tool is the blank white screen. That’s the page that comes up when you go to create a new program, and you don’t even have the first line of code. Zero. Nada. This scenario is without a doubt among the most daunting parts … Read more

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Okuma Advanced Programming Seminar for Okuma Machining Centers & Lathes – Waterloo, IA

Hartwig is hosting a FREE advanced OSP programming seminar on Tuesday, August 24 from 6:00 – 9:00PM and invites anyone with an Okuma lathe or machining center having an OSP control to attend. This energy-packed event provides information and techniques not covered in our regularly scheduled classes. Who Should Attend? Programmers, operators, and shop supervisors … Read more

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Advanced OSP Programming Seminar for Okuma OSP Lathe and Machining Center Controls

This seminar provides information and techniques not covered in our regularly scheduled classes. What Is Covered? Variable for “family of part” programs and machining monitoring Local variables Common variables System variables Sub programming Advanced functions “If/then” statements Math functions Panel inputs Schedule programming, tool life management, load monitoring and probing Advanced programming techniques THINC applications … Read more

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Can You Afford Not To Have an EDM?

Walk into a machine shop and chances are, you will see at least one wire or sinker EDM or at least parts that need EDM technology. Many shops EDM everything from custom tooling to production parts, but many general shops don’t have the inclination or the capital to invest in a top-of-the-line EDM that’s needed … Read more

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Silence The Chatter!

Chatter is common in the world of CNC machining. By eliminating chatter, operators can improve your part finish, ultimately saving time and maximizing productivity. To tackle this phenomena, Okuma developed Machining Navi, which is an optional function that utilizes the THINC®-OSP control in conjunction with sensors to monitor the chatter. Machining Navi chooses an optimal … Read more

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Modig Operation Game Changer

This July, Modig will be holding an HHV BarMill technology event at a metro-Dallas location from 9:00AM – 4:00PM. This event will give you and your team the chance to view new technology available for your industry. Click below to accept your mission and register for the event. Morning Session: 9:00AM Doors Open 10:00AM Classified … Read more

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Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming

Hartwig is hosting a FREE Introduction to Basic OSP Lathe Programming class on May 24 and 25 at Eastern Iowa Community College. This two-day class covers basic Okuma lathe programming and students will learn to write turning, grooving and threading programs for horizontal and vertical lathes. It will raise the level of an operator to someone who … Read more

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Motion Technology Lunch & Learn

Join Hartwig, Okuma and Sandvik Coromant for Advanced Machining and Programming Techniques for Milling and Turning The free Lunch & Learn seminar features presentations, machine demonstrations, hands-on tool and tool holding reviews and Q&A opportunities with Sandvik Coromant specialists. This event is suitable for anyone working with milling or turning applications, especially production engineers and programmers. … Read more

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Energy-Efficient Machine Tool Technologies, For Any Size Shop

Energy-Efficient Machine Tool Technologies In January of 2015 the government advocacy program One Voice surveyed metalworking companies to quantify trends in energy costs. Based on the numbers, each of these shops could see an energy cost increase of $21,541 in just one year. With increases of this magnitude one has to ask: what can the … Read more

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Dynamic Machining Seminar

High Speed, Less Effort Seminar Join us for a Dynamic Machining  seminar demonstrating the latest technology with Dynamic Machining, ISCAR Cutting Tools, Bridgeport machinery and Hartwig. QTE will kick off the morning with a seminar discussing the importance of making your software, cutting tools and machine tools work in harmony. The presentation will end with live … Read more

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Basic OSP Lathe Programming and Operation

This is a basic Okuma lathe class. Students will learn to write basic turning programs for the various types of Okuma lathes. This four hour class is intended to increase the operator understanding of basic codes and program format to make the machine tool more productive. What is covered? Basic programming skills enabling operators and … Read more