IMTS 2014 Conference: Breaking Traditions in Turning

IMTS 2014 Conference: Breaking Traditions in Turning

Turning is moving forward with incremental improvements within the ‘constraints’ of the ISO standards.

June 30, 2014
Manufacturing Group

Chicago – Make plans to attend the IMTS 2014 Conferences to learn about Breaking Traditions in Turning – Are We Limiting Ourselves?

DATE: Tuesday, September 9 from 11:00 AM - 11:55 AM   ROOM: W-192B

SPEAKER: Jan S. Andersson, Senior Product Manager, Kennametal Inc.

In a time span of less than 20 years, milling has changed from an ISO based platform to a series of advances leading towards industry accepted proprietary solutions. From a product development point of view, turning is moving forward with incremental improvements within the “constraints” of the ISO standards.

In this session, we will explore the possibilities when we leave the ISO product development sphere:

  • Why would “non-ISO” be of interest?
  • Should everything be “non-ISO”? What are the draw backs?
  • What machining strategies would benefit the most from “non-ISO”?

The educational and informative conferences run Sept. 8-11, 2014 in the West Building, Level 1. To register for this or any session, visit www.imts.com/education/imtsconference.html.

Source: IMTS