CNC Machining Blog

Hurco Machines – what’s beneath the kilt?

Posted by Mike Cope on Fri, Apr 26, 2013

I recently received a request from a reader to talk about what is under the sheet metal on the Hurco machines, and to discuss the components that make them so rock solid. Having been a fan of Hurco machines for quite some time now, I am happy to oblige this request.

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Tags: High Speed Machining, Manufacturing Industry Insights

Deep Holes in Half the Time: with Modulation Assisted Machining (MAM)

Posted by Mike Cope on Thu, Apr 18, 2013

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Tags: Turning, Lathe Tooling, CNC Control & Software, Manufacturing Industry Insights

5-Axis Buzz Words: learn the lingo

Posted by Mike Cope on Mon, Apr 15, 2013

Just like any other form of technology within our industry, 5-axis manufacturing has its very own vocabulary and list of technical buzz words. Although many of the features described below can be viewed as common, some are only found on the more advanced machine controls. For anyone looking into 5-axis machining, understanding these buzz words can be a huge benefit - and just might keep them from making an uneducated decision that they might live to regret later on.

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Tags: 5-Axis Machining, Milling, CAD/CAM / Post Processor, CNC Control & Software, Manufacturing Industry Insights

Hurco...Easy To Use in Any Language

Posted by Mike Cope on Tue, Apr 02, 2013

A common misconception about the Hurco control is that it is a conversational control. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Although Hurco invented conversational programming - and arguably has the most powerful conversationally capable platform on the market - I certainly would not refer to the WinMax control as a “conversational” one…I would, instead, call it “multi-lingual”.

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Tags: 5-Axis Machining, WinMax Conversational Programming, NC / G-Code Programming, High Speed Machining, CAD/CAM / Post Processor, Tool & Die, Mold Making, CNC Control & Software, Manufacturing Industry Insights

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