Leveraging the power of examples

To recognize the capabilities and attributes that differentiate top performing manufacturing companies and encourage others to implement them for achieving significant results, the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) organized the 11th edition of National Productivity Summit (NPS) on August 04–05, 2017 at Hyatt Regency, Pune. A sneak peek into the event…

Marking another episode of stellar success

The second edition of the Delhi Machine Tool Expo held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from August 10-13, 2017, turned out to be a major success owing to a strong presence of industry players and experts. Organized by the Indian Machine Tools Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA), the event effectively provided solutions to challenges faced by the manufacturers of Northern region of the country. A glimpse of how it panned out.

Trade fairs: More than just a marketing instrument

From gaining visibility to striking new deals, exhibitions and trade shows offer opportunities no business would want to miss out on. It is a strategy that has withstood the test of time, playing a significant role in the success of most machine tool companies that have been reaping rich dividends in terms of experience, product development, while forging relationships, building brand and, most importantly, bringing sales from new markets.

India-Japan: Untapping the potential through synergy

India and Japan have a history of mutually benefiting industrial collaborations. Recent developments in their engagement paint a brighter picture as the countries are recognising each other’s strengths and are leveraging them for their growth. In the machine tool sector, Japan has its expertise and know-how to offer to India, while India can reciprocate with its market size, technological concepts and skilled workforce.

Making life-changing devices

Modern medical machine shops are constantly striving to meet the demands of acute precision and complexity. An account of how a tool and die shop came up with innovative solutions in the face of challenges.

IoTT: Transforming the Business Ecosystem

Current trends in production such as digitization, including the shift to mass personalization, lead to significant changes in manufacturing. The stages of digital transformation in the framework of the Industry 4.0 concept have a long history starting with mechatronic systems leading to cyber-physical and eventually autonomous systems to the final degree of autonomization. The traditional automation pyramid is thus dissolving.

Industry 4.0: To make India A Manufacturing Powerhouse

In its consistent efforts towards zero-defect, increased productivity goals, the Indian manufacturing industry is embracing smart technologies that herald an era of unprecedented benefits.

For a good cause

Proton Beam Therapy has several advantages over traditional forms of radiation that destroy healthy human tissues. Learn about the required equipment that will help serve a large number of people desperately in need while it gets manufactured for the first time in India.

Can 3D Printing Increase Milling Feed Rates?

With PCD tooling, yes it can. The diamond cutting edges demand a large number of flutes to realize their full effectiveness. While traditional methods for making cutter bodies limit the number of flutes, 3D printing delivers tools with higher flute density and other enhancements as well.

Hitting the optimized sweet spot

Most manufacturers across industries operate far less efficiently than they should. It is important for them to initiate the changes required to optimize cutting tools, toolpath, and machine performance, and view them in an integrated relationship for better machining effectiveness. The payback is worth it.

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