Boart Longyear Launches Global Training Program

Boart Longyear launched its new global training program for drilling supervisors, drillers, driller assistants, mechanics, welders, manufacturing and other front-line employees. The training is based on the Australian Resources and Infrastructure Industry training requirements, the United States Mine Safety and Health Administration standards and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety standards, customized for Boart Longyear specific rigs, equipment and tooling.

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Maptek Delivers Vulcan Version 10.1

Mining technology developer Maptek released Vulcan version 10.1, together with Eureka version 4.0. Both are accessed and operated through the Maptek Workbench, offering users the first installment of a continuum of integrated technical software applications, data and workflows dedicated to mine planning, measurement and operations.

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RAM Adds Critical Topics to Premier Surface Blasting Course

R.A. McClure Inc. (RAM) will hold its Premier Surface Blasting Course at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, S.D., from Sept. 6-8, 2017. In addition to the signature core curriculum, the three-day Surface Blasting course will add special presenter Randy Wheeler of White Industrial Seismology Inc., who will instruct attendees on proper seismographic placement, signature hole technology and wave form analysis.

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Atlas Copco DM30 Rig Goes Across the Country

For more than 30 years the Atlas Copco DM30 has been a mainstay in mines throughout the world with a reputation for safe and reliable drilling. The machine has now been redesigned as the DM30 II. The upgrade features improved performance, ease of maintenance and operator comfort.

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Cat Blasthole Drill Cuts Costs; Improves Drilling Efficiency

The new Cat MD6250 blasthole drill delivers optimum drilling efficiency in single- and multi-pass applications for both rotary and down-the-hole (DTH) modes. Featuring automated operation, the drill runs within ideal operating parameters for maximum bit life, hole accuracy and reduced total cost of ownership. A sculpted frame design boasts heavy cross-bracing in high-load areas for maximum machine longevity. The machine’s four leveling jacks, mast pivot and deck are welded integrally to the main frame for maximum durability.

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