MultiCam Canada Blog

  • Technology Spotlight: The next generation of plasma cutting technology

    Ask metal fabricators what they would like out of their plasma cutting equipment, and they likely will suggest more cost-effective operations and better performance. It makes sense. They get paid when they are able to deliver quality parts or final assemblies in a timely manner. When technology experts ask the questions, however, they are able […]

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  • How To Increase Your CNC Machining Speed

    Are you sending your own stress through the roof because you’re cutting it way too close with customer production deadlines? Or, are you the type who acts before you can see problems happening so they never actually occur? Everyone in CNC machining wants more speed…without sacrificing quality. So what are some ways you can get […]

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  • 4 WAYS TO BOOST THE PRODUCTIVITY YOU GET FROM CNC MACHINING

    One of the leading benefits CNC machinery offers is increased productivity. However, you also have to use that machinery in the most efficient way possible to get the most productivity from yours. You might be brand new to CNC machining. Or, you might have someone in your shop who is. Sometimes, it can be easy […]

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  • Pro-Tip: MDF Spoilboards

    tips on CNC cutting, Upcut vs. Downcut

    We talk a lot of about spoilboards and sacrificial material, yet we still have customers encountering problems. Lately, we’ve had an increased number of customers call in about a lack of suction on their tables. There are a number of reasons why this could be happening. Perhaps the vacuum pump isn’t working correctly or the […]

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  • Right-size your waterjet cutting machine

    Which size and horsepower are right for your shop? When it comes to waterjet cutting, one size does not fit all. Every waterjet configuration has its advantages and weaknesses, and you need to consider many variables to determine which is right for your business. Among them are plate size (width, length, and thickness), part sizes, […]

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  • Waterjet Cutting for Sign Industry

    waterjet cutting for sign industry at Ruggles Sign

    What is it about retail signage that makes it stand out? Size certainly matters—the larger the sign, the easier it is to see. Lighting is equally important. But in an age where Amazon Prime and online shopping give us fewer reasons to set foot in brick-and-mortar stores, drawing customer attention is crucial. For retail stores, […]

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  • Important Tips That Will Help You Maintain Your CNC WaterJet Cutting Machine

    Properly maintained machinery always gives you the best performance. So what does your waterjet need from you to do its best job every day? Some CNC shops and operators underestimate what actually needs to be done. And when you do that, you run the risk of inhibiting your productivity. So here’s what you should plan […]

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  • Troubleshooting Checklist: When Issues with Consumable Life & Cut Quality Arise

    Production managers and operators have high performance expectations of their equipment. When customers experience problems with the cut quality and the life of the plasma cutting consumables, the following steps should be addressed: Read the owner’s manual accompanying the equipment. “The owner’s manual is the bible for settings, trouble-shooting and performance indicators. Understanding how the […]

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  • 5 Types Of Cutting In CNC Routing

    In CNC routing there are generally 5 types of cutting: male, female, center, cleanouts, and drilling. It’s important to recognize which category your cut falls into as you will need to indicate the type of cut in the CAD software you are using. Each type of cutting has a specific purpose, requires specific types of drill bits, and the machine operator must take into account certain parameters for the cut to achieve the desired outcome.

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  • How To Increase Your CNC Machining Speed

    Do you do your job as fast as you want? Do you struggle to keep up with deadlines and production goals? Or, are you the proactive thinker, always looking for smarter and faster ways to do the job, without sacrificing quality? Whatever the case, you can boost your speed. See if implementing any of these […]

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