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Fukushima, Japan: Metal cutting tool manufacturer Tungaloy Corporation has partnered with MachiningCloud, a provider of product content for the machining industry, to provide Tungaloy’s product data on the cloud.

Tungaloy Partners With MachiningCloud For Online Metal Cutting Tool Catalogue

Fukushima, Japan: Metal cutting tool manufacturer Tungaloy Corporation has partnered with MachiningCloud, a provider of product content for the machining industry, to provide Tungaloy’s product data on the cloud.

The partnership will utilise the convenience of cloud-based technology, which will enable customers to optimise the way they gather information for their manufacturing operations by searching for the proper cutting tool that best fits their cutting conditions without having to search through catalogues or multiple websites.

“We are completely confident that this exciting new partnership with MachiningCloud will help heighten our customers’ competitiveness in a world eager to embrace Industry 4.0 technology,” said Satoshi Kinoshita, president and chief executive officer, Tungaloy Corporation.

With the online catalogue, customers will be able to increase productivity by downloading descriptive, usage and geometric information directly into their shop floor software—such as CAM, simulation, and tool management systems.

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