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Blog about Hurco that covers the people, customers, partners, and events that create the culture of innovation at this CNC machine company.

Innovative 3D Provides Connectors For Hospital During Covid-19

Zachary Lovelace May 28, 2020 3:18:25 PM
Innovative 3D Provides Connectors For Hospital During Covid-19

Hurco customer, Innovative 3D Manufacturing, based out of Franklin, IN, specializes in metal additive manufacturing mostly with 3D metal printers for the aerospace, defense, and medical industries. Johnson Memorial Hospital uses Powered Air Purifying Respirators (PAPR) to help their health care workers remain protected from COVID-19. These units use small connectors that are not easily replaceable with today's current supply chain.

Manual Bar Pull On A Hurco CNC Lathe - Tips & Tricks

Zachary Lovelace Mar 19, 2020 9:04:59 AM
Manual Bar Pull On A Hurco CNC Lathe - Tips & Tricks

At Hurco we know that not every machine shop has all the equipment that they really need to get by on a day to day basis. Some shops have rows upon rows of machines, while smaller shops may have one CNC mill, one CNC lathe and a couple bridgeports sitting in the corner. So we wanted to make life a little easier for our customers and machinists in genera.  

3D Import "5-Axis Conversational Programming from a Solid Model"

Zachary Lovelace Feb 12, 2020 9:23:19 AM
3D Import

Derek Korn of Modern Machine Shop recently wrote an article on Hurco's new feature 3D Solid Model Import, this feature allows a 3D solid model to be imported into the CNC control and the operator can perform conversational-type programming even for five sided machining applications. 

Industrial Automation: Hurco & BMO Automation

Zachary Lovelace Jan 10, 2020 9:51:36 AM
Industrial Automation: Hurco & BMO Automation

Hurco continues to partner with companies like BMO Automation because we know that today's modern machine shop needs turn-key solutions to help fight the skills gap. Many of the protocols, technologies, industry standards, etc... that comprise modern manufacturing technology were quickly adopted and developed in Europe because they simply don’t have enough people to fill manufacturing positions. The same skills gap that prompted Europe to quickly develop and adopt these automation technologies is starting to appear in machine shops in the United States as well.

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