Heidenhain offers its TS 460 touch probe featuring user-transmitted trigger signals which can be sent over infrared or radio waves without changing the probe. According to the company, the probe offers the combined benefits of radio’s wide transmission range and infrared’s fast signal transmission.
The company will also exhibit its TNC 640 control, which features an updated design, improved 3D program verification graphics and a “dynamic prediction” function said to optimize speeds for precise and smooth surfaces. The control offers both milling and turning capability.
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