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Supertec Machinery’s ID-300CNC grinder enables a maximum grinding depth of 7.8" and a part swing of 15.75", with a grinding capacity ranging from 0.08" to 12". The grinder features a 10 to 1,000-rpm variable-speed workhead. Uniaxial movement of the X and Z axes avoids deviation caused by vibration of cross-stacking for increased stability and precision during the grinding process. A workhead manual swivel capacity of +30 and -5 degrees eases complex taper grinding. An optional manual face-grinding attachment is available.
The FANUC 0i-TD control drives and servo motors coupled with grinding software enable as many as eight different face-grinding applications in a single setup. Additional canned cycle software for ID, end face and taper grinding simplify programming of complex parts, the company says.
The company also offers the ID grinder in a two-axis automatic version with a conversational shopfloor language.
When Grinding Is Like Turning
This shop leverages a high-speed peel-grinding process that resembles turning to effectively grind challenging materials such as carbide. Inherently low grinding forces mean high material-removal rates are possible.