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{{group.Text}} productivity in the aerospace industryIntroducing a more economical production of aerospace components Creators: From the Heart"How I repaired my own heart." skiving for greater productivity Creators: Cane Creek Bikes"Good ideas should win." Cutting ActionNew thinner CoroCut QD provides great improvements in parting off.



Heavy metal thunder/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Inspiration/INN_Deus_04.jpg metal thunderUpcycled motorcycles de luxe“Motorbikes for a new generation." That could be the simple slogan behind Deus Ex Machina, the Australian company that is conquering the world with its wild mix of surfboards, clothes, coffee, and hotly sought-after custom-built motorbikes. Metalworking World visited its US branch, Deus America, in Southern California.RecyclingInspirationAustralia
Raising productivity in the aerospace industry/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Technology/Tech_CM390_08.jpg productivity in the aerospace industryIntroducing a more economical production of aerospace componentsChallenge: Meet the demands of machining titanium airframe components. Solution: Employ tailored tooling solutions that can increase production rates and lower costs. CoroMillTechnology
Faster by the minute/SiteCollectionImages/stories/GRUND IM_Halliburton_01.jpg by the minute“Surprised and very excited with the time savings.”They say small changes can make a big difference. And that is definitely the case for oil and gas player Halliburton at its Singapore plant. The energy company has made significant time and cost savings in its manufacture of vital components, thanks to a tapping solution from Sandvik Coromant.CoroTapInside metal cuttingSingapore
Learning to fly again /SiteCollectionImages/stories/Innovation/INN_EFAn plane01.jpg to fly again Airbus hoping to usher in electric era of aviation with E-FanAirbus is pushing the development of electric flights. It could be the game changer the industry is waiting for. Metalworking WorldInnovation
Solving water scarcity with graphene /SiteCollectionImages/stories/Innovation/INN_Nadia_01.jpg water scarcity with graphene Looking at a bright and sustainable engineering future Nadia Ayad from Brazil won Sandvik Coromant’s Graphene Challenge with her innovative idea to use the material in a desalinization solution for ordinary homes. InnovationBrazil
Drive my car/SiteCollectionImages/stories/Inspiration/INS_Selfdrivingcar_01.jpg my carHotz shot - A San Francisco entrepreneur and his self-driving ambitionsThe technology George Hotz learned as a teenage hacker he's now putting to use on the self-driving car he has finished ahead of the automotive pack. AutomotiveInnovationUnited States

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