shop innovations

Supplier Content

The next generation of 3M precision-shaped grain is here. 3M Cubitron™ 3 Performance Abrasives produce more with less.

Partner Content

For machine shops tackling a variety of holemaking jobs in workpieces of all shapes, sizes and materials, versatile drills are crucial.

Supplier Content

To provide manufacturers versatility and high value, Seco has launched its new X-Head quick-change replaceable milling head system.

Supplier Content

To help manufacturers maximize productivity, OSG has recently introduced the ADO-TRS, nicknamed as the ‘Triple Revolution’ drill, for ultra-machining efficiency and stability in steel materials.

QuickTakes from OSHA

The latest safety insights and actions from OSHA's live QuickTakes RSS feed.

OSHA Compliance & Training

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration charged businesses $132.3 million for violations of its 10 most cited regulations in 2023, a 30 percent increase from the year before. Failing to protect workers from on-the-job falls was the most cited regulation for the 13th year in a row.

Workplace safety training that goes above and beyond what’s required in existing regulations can prevent employee injuries, reduce operating expenses and simplify compliance. Here’s what you need to know.

The Certified Safety Professional and Master Safety Professional designations both demonstrate a person’s high level of expertise and dedication to safety best practices. Take a look at these two certifications for the manufacturing industry.

OSHA regulations require both “competent” and “qualified” personnel to identify workplace hazards and install corrective measures, and the terms aren’t as interchangeable as they seem. Here’s what you need to know.

Quick Poll: Semiconductor Boom

Many of the companies that provide equipment to the semiconductor industry support machine shops and sheet metal fabricators with similar technology—albeit for different purposes. All of them stand to benefit from a boom in semiconductor production in the U.S.

Which high-tech products from companies linked to the semiconductor industry benefit your machine shop the most?

High-resolution encoders
Fiber laser marking products
Optical 3D metrology equipment
Integrated software upgrades
Something else. Tell us in the comments below
Total votes: 1

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