WARDJet Holds Open House At AMRC With Boeing
WARDJet is excited to partner with The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (AMRC) as they are the leading research & development center in Europe.
Tallmadge, Ohio (I-Newswire) January 21, 2013 - WARDJet Inc., an innovative designer and manufacturer of waterjet and CNC platforms, is an Ohio based business expanding its reach beyond the region and even the country. WARDJet has partnered with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (AMRC) in Sheffield, UK to create one of the largest combination waterjet and CNC milling platforms in the world for use in ongoing research.
To handle the intensive needs of the AMRC with Boeing, the GCM-Series is a combination 5-Axis waterjet and 5-Axis mill designed and manufactured in Northern Ohio. This unique machine is designed to allow a single part to be processed with 24,000 rpm 5-axis milling and 5-axis waterjet cutting without moving the part. The cutting envelope is split with one section having a standard waterjet tank, leaving the remainder of the cutting envelope open to allow very large parts to be mounted onto the floor. The cutting envelope also allows 5 feet (1.5 meters) of Z travel for both the mill and the waterjet. WARDJet built this machine in response to the rapidly growing composites industry where a large cutting envelope and automated processes are desired.
To introduce the GCM, WARDJet and the AMRC with Boeing are hosting an Open House Event in Sheffield, UK at the AMRC with Boeing campus January 30-31st, 2013. This event allows visitors to see the GCM in action, as well as tour the AMRC facility and its capabilities. Opportunities to tour this custom GCM-Series 5-axis waterjet and milling system will be coupled with short tours of some of the latest technological advancements that the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre has to offer.
WARDJet was selected over other manufacturers for its drive and ability to innovate and push the boundaries of what is currently possible. WARDJet is looking forward to working with the AMRC with Boeing to improve on current technology to help drive manufacturing in multiple industries, including aerospace, automotive and composites.
WARDJet is a leading designer and manufacturer of new and custom waterjet systems for precision cutt More..ing and machining applications. Their open-architecture CNC platforms are designed to accommodate multiple machining processes such as drilling, tapping, reaming, rotational indexing or multiple-head 5 axis waterjet cutting. WARDJet waterjet systems are made in the U.S.A. For more information contact the Sales Department, ph: 330-677-9100, ext. 6; fax: 330-677-9121; www.wardjet.com, email@example.com.Less..
180 South Ave.
Phone : 330-677-9100
Published On:January 21, 2013
Print Release:Print Release
If you have questions regarding information in this press release contact the company listed above. I-Newswire.com is a press release service and not the author of this press release.The information that is on or available through this site is for informational purposes only and speaks only as of the particular date or dates of that information. As some companies and PR Agencies submit their press releases once per week,month or quarter, make sure to check the official company website for accurate release dates as our site displays the I-Newswire.com press release distribution date only.We do not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of information on or available through this site, and we are not responsible for or omissions in that information or for actions taken in reliance on that information.
What Benefits Contributes to The Huge Consumption of Soybean Oil
Advantages of Integrated Screw Oil Press
Apollo Infratech Presents the Efficient Ready Mix Concrete Solutions to Replace On-Site Concrete Mixing Troubles
Virtek Demonstrating LaserQC Rapid Inspection System and Iris Spatial Positioning System at Control Stuttgart
Phoenix Machinery & E+L to Showcase System Solutions & Automation Technologies at Gulf Print & Pack 2013