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exclusive Super-NURBS function, enabling high feed rates and ultra-fi ne fi nishes, reducing the need for hand polishing molds. Built using Okuma’s Thermo-Friendly Concept, this fi ve-axis VMC performs consistently from the fi rst part to the last, regardless of warm-up time or ambient temperatures. Okuma America Corp. Ph: 704-588-7000 Web site: www.okuma.com/mu-6300v-5-axis-mill


Wormgear Screw Jacks ActionJac series wormgear screw jack models are ruggedly designed and produced in standard styles with load-handling capabilities from 1/4- to 100-ton and can be used individually or in multiple arrangements. There are no specifi c travel lengths and each wormscrew jack is built to specifi ca- tion. ActionJac ballscrew jacks use a ballscrew and nut made from hard- ened alloy steel with hardened bear- ing balls carrying the load between nut and screw. The rolling action reduces friction for smooth and effi cient load move- ment, providing higher speed operation and increased duty cycle. ActionJac machine screw jacks incorporate an Acme screw with a 2C thread form. With a 20:1 or greater gear ratio, the jacks are considered self-locking. A drive sleeve including the Acme thread form makes an antibacklash option possible. Two-week delivery is available for 1/4-ton to 10-ton jack sizes for both ballscrew jacks and machine screw jacks. Nook Industries Inc. Ph: 800-321-7800 Web site: www.nookindustries.com


3D Printing Manufacturing Service Stratasys has combined Solid Concepts, Harvest Technolo- gies, and RedEye to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing 3D Printing and custom additive manufacturing service. The move positions the company to meet growing customer needs for additive manufacturing (or 3D Printing) services as a pro- duction method. Now one of the largest advanced manufacturing service orga-


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nizations, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing creates custom solutions from a comprehensive portfolio of technologies and materials to produce parts for applications ranging from models and prototypes to end-use components and assem- blies. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing has eight ISO 9001-cer- tifi ed advanced manufacturing facilities located throughout the US, three of which hold additional AS 9100 certifi cations, Stratasys Direct Manufacturing offers a complete range of additive manufacturing technologies, along with conven- tional manufacturing services, including Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), PolyJet, Laser Sintering (LS), and Stereolithography (SL), urethane casting, CNC machining, molding and tooling. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Ph: 877-489-9449 Web site: www.stratasysdirect.com


Manufacturing ERP Software Glovia G2 version 3 runs on any platform and features an easy-to-use, highly visual interface that simplifi es workfl ow for nonERP experts and improves end-user productivity. Intuitive, uncluttered screens walk the end user through each step of the work process. This manufacturing ERP is highly adapt- able, offering universal use on any device, operating system or browser with full database support on SQL Server 2014 and


Oracle Database 12c. Glovia G2 V3 can be used by small, medium, and large-size manufacturers including Tier One, Two, and Three suppliers to the automotive, aerospace, and defense and electronics industries. Two deployment options are available: on-premise software and an on-demand cloud- based ERP solution. All transactional capabilities can be con- ducted on both desktop and mobile devices, including those deploying Android, Apple, and Windows operating systems, using either mouse or touchscreen navigation. Glovia International Inc., a Fujitsu Co. Ph: 800-223-3799 Web site: www.blovia.com


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