Make better tooling decisions.

MachiningCloud is a one-stop, industry-wide resource that gives you the ability to fast-track the process of creating tool assemblies. An industry 4.0 solution.

Make better tooling decisions.

The MachiningCloud is a one-stop, industry-wide resource that gives you the ability to fast-track the process of creating tool assemblies.
An industry 4.0 solution.

Reduce the time it takes to find, select, and assemble tools by 75% or more

Source the tools and information you need in a fraction of the time.

Tedious catalog and web searches are a thing of the past. Simply enter your criteria and MachiningCloud does the work for you.

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Up-to-date and complete product data—including availability.

MachiningCloud is constantly refreshed by suppliers with their newest product data. No more frustration with obsolete or discontinued products.

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Build assemblies in a matter of minutes instead of hours.

Direct access to the manufacturer’s native product data accelerates your processes. get manufacturers’ recommended speeds and feeds, 3D models and 2D drawings.

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Download manufacturers’ product data for your CAM, Simulation and Tool Management software.

Descriptive usage and geometric information powers your software system and speeds workflow. No more manual entry.

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Anytime / anywhere access from your desktop or tablet.

On demand—the product data and application knowledge your software systems crave, plus a high-power toolset accessable via easy-to-use apps.

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Take your shop’s efficiency and precision to a new level of performance.

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Cutting tool data on MachiningCloud is more than replacing a static catalog. It’s dynamic... helping you choose which tools to use, how to assemble them and at what speeds to run them.

Industry Leading Partners

    The feature I use most by far is exporting tool geometries into ESPRIT. I also use it to check tool dimensions to ensure that my libraries are up to date. Otherwise, generating tool geometries is difficult, and very easy to mess up.

    Ben Strobel, Chief Machinist, Terps Racing, University of Maryland, College Park, MD