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It’s common to see sample parts on the show floor as machine tool manufacturers demonstrate the capabilities of their equipment.

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It’s common to see sample parts on the show floor as machine tool manufacturers demonstrate the capabilities of their equipment. Unlike most companies that run the typical brass, aluminum or stainless parts, Ganesh Machinery (Booth S-9371) has cleverly chosen to use a transparent acrylic material often used in the medical industry. The sample parts are run on the company’s B-axis machine and have angled holes.

“With other materials, you’d only be able to see the holes from the top of the part,” says Harvinder Singh, company president. “The see-through material allows you to see the holes all the way through and see how they meet inside the part.”

Along with the B-axis machine, Ganesh also is showing its twin-spindle, twin-turret machine and its Cyclone CS seven-axis Swiss machine. Company personnel also have tablets in-hand throughout the booth to easily share videos and other important product information with visitors. 

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