From Drills to Clamps Essential Tools of the Metalworking Trade

Written by Small Business Magazine on February 22nd, 2017. Posted in Carbide insert, End mil bit, Tool

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Every trade and practice has it’s own rules. In order to truly working in that field and to remain safe in that field we must work by those rules. One such rule is to use the best (and safest) tools available to us. These tools are used to make our work easier and make us capable of creating the best products possible. Plus, they are also optimized to maintain our safety and healthy, whole bodies in tact. With that in mind, here’s a list of three essential parts of metalworking.

  1. The Lathe
    Metalworking would be near impossible without the lathe. This instrument has been around for centuries. In fact, there is evidence that the origin of this instrument goes back all the way to Ancient Egypt. With years of work and excellence placed behind it, there is no wonder why this tool is a must have

Machine Tools Over 2,000 Years of Cumulative Human Enginuity

Written by Small Business Magazine on April 25th, 2016. Posted in Carbide insert, End mill bit, Mowidec tt

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For thousands of years human lives have seen radical shifts in available technology that has forever influenced the social development of our species. Modern electricity, personal automobiles, and more recently the internet are all prime examples of how our lives have adapted thanks to breakthroughs in technology. While the products themselves are obviously at the forefront of such change, it is important to consider the developments needed behind the scenes in the form of machine tools that enabled the production and development needed to change lives.

Modern Machine Tools

The earliest machine tools were found around Egypt and Mesopotamia around the 3rd century BC in the form of hand-powered lathes. It was not until the Industrial Revolution in England when steam power and water wheels