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Okuma Machining Research Center Employees Win Technology Award at the 15th Japanese Society of Die/Mold Technology Awards
5 Aug 2005

Since 1991, the Japanese Society of Die and Mould Technology has been presenting awards for outstanding products that make a high-level contribution to die/mold technology. The Society established these awards with the aim of promoting the development of die/mold technology and production. At the 15th annual awards held this year, members of Okuma's Machining Research Center won the Technology Award for die/mold technology that made a particularly significant contribution to the field.

Award-winning product: NC data analysis tool to improve die/mold machining surface quality.
Award winners: Machining Research Center Takao Hasebe,
Shunsuke Wakaoka,
Toru Yamamoto

This analysis tool was commercialized as the Pathscope, and is sold by Hamamatsu-Godo Corporation.
The Pathscope helps users track down causes of machined surface flaws that cannot be found with CAD/CAM.
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