Editorial featuring LANG at Noranco. Article from 2009

Gripping Work
When Noranco Inc. made the jump into five axis machining, the fast-growing aerospace parts maker realized it had to figure out a whole new method for holding machined parts.

“We realized that to get the maximum cutting performance from our five axis machines, we would need to raise the workpiece up off the table to ensure that we could get the spindle as close as possible to the part,” explains Jeff Chalmers, special projects manager of Noranco’s 86,000 sq ft Pickering plant.


MTS Machine Tools Solutions Ltd.

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