New Technology & Education Centre Opening for Mitsubishi Materials

Mitsubishi Materials has opened a new technology centre - MTEC (Mitsubishi Technology & Education Centre) near Stuttgart, Germany.

This state-of-the-art facility represents significant investment for the present and future needs of Mitsubishi’s development towards providing customers with turnkey metal cutting solutions. To achieve this, MTEC houses the latest high-technology turning, milling and Swiss type machine tools, including a 5-axis machining centre. These new machines are complemented by advanced coordinate measuring and quality inspection devices, together with the latest in tool setting equipment.

New Business Field

TRUMPF presented the products and applications offered by its new business field, TRUMPF Photonic Components, for the first time at the LASER trade show in Munich. They include sensors to support autonomous driving and components for facial recognition functions such as those already integrated in more than half a billion smartphones worldwide.

Automotive Expertise

When a prominent West Midlands subcontractor won a new long-term contract for machining con-rods for the yellow goods industry, it called upon MAPAL for its cutting tool expertise to reduce costs and improve productivity.

Tungaloy Expands Turning Range

Tungaloy UK has now expanded its market leading TungCut Series of multi-functional grooving tools with the introduction of the new AH7025 universal PVD grade and the high-performing DTM style chipbreaker.

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