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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.

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…

Propelling towards excellence

An account of out-of-the-box thinking that helped Mahindra and Mahindra’s Kandivali Plant overcome a productivity bottleneck, significantly reduce rejections and cost of production. The innovative solution of converting an existing Hot Core box to Cold box process made the company the rightful recipient of the Award this year at the National Productivity Summit.

Forging ties for bigger prospects

In order to develop advanced technologies in India, it is imperative for businesses and academic institutions to join forces. An instance of the fruitful union of the Indian Institute of Technology Madras and Micromatic Grinding Technologies, Ghaziabad & Bengaluru.

Raising Productivity with Right Cutting Consumables

To reduce costs, manufacturers, at times, resort to cheaper alternatives from unauthorized suppliers, which, rather than being profitable as expected, turn out to be fake and counterproductive. An account of Bharat Foils Ltd’s inadvertent use of counterfeits of Hypertherm that impacted its manufacturing process and how genuine cutting consumables helped it attain its productivity goals.

Rough boring tool cuts challenging material

By resorting to the recommended Sandvik Coromant’s DuoBore 821D rough boring tool approach in the cutting of Nitronic 40 for aerospace work, Excelco/Newbrook Inc. effectively increased feed rates and saved shop production time.

Customer is the priority

Like most success sagas, Yamazaki Mazak India too had a humble beginning. It has risen in stature by staying keenly attentive to its customers’ needs and catering to them in due time. More on the company and its philosophy that has taken it places…

Immense prospects for private sector in aerodef

Aerospace and defence manufacturing are two key critical segments earmarked for development and manufacturing growth in India now. The twin sectors which often overlap one another throw immense possibilities for breeding upstream and downstream investment prospects besides promoting innovation and growth.

Snow-jet technology: For ideal coating results

Due to higher quality standards, increasingly complex component designs, as well as modified coating materials and layer structures, cleaning plastic automotive parts in flatbed coating lines is becoming a major issue. OEMs too are increasingly demanding automated cleaning processes. Suitable for Industrie 4.0 applications, the quattroClean snow-jet technology meets these demands with ease.

Chip Compacting: Making the Best out of Waste

The country’s manufacturing sector is constantly on the lookout for ways to minimise waste streams and maximise its cost savings. Chip compacting could be a major step towards industrial waste management for reducing national loss and contributing to sustainability.


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