westec '06

March 2006
American Machinist;Mar2006, Vol. 150 Issue 3, p55
Trade Publication
Provides information on some of the machining equipment companies will introduce at the annual West Coast exposition, a manufacturing trade event to be held on March 27 through 30, 2006. Byjet 3015 waterjet cutting and Byspeed 5200 ARC laser cutting systems from Bystronic; CNC toolholders from Briney Tooling Systems; 12-piece boring kit from Techniks BohrStar; Jet-Stream advanced turning tool from Dorian Tool International.


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