September 19, 2017
Jacob Shields, Product Engineer, Jacks Transmissions
Often when you as five machinists the same question, you’re bound to get seven answers. That doesn’t mean that they are indecisive, rather, it’s because there are so many different ways to do any given operation. That being said, there is no 100% right or wrong way to cut aluminum, but here are a few things to keep your eyes on when buying end mills …
If you’ve designed something in CAD, you’re probably at least familiar with Solidworks. Every year, Solidworks hosts a big event to teach their users about everything that the software has to offer, as well as showcase their partners – Solidworks World.
It’s been said time and again that adding hands-on experiences in the classroom make it easier to learn and understand, especially in the worlds of manufacturing and engineering. Matias Perret is an instructor at the College of Engineering at the University of Iowa, and he has used both a PCNC 770 and a PCNC 440 to give his students …