Among the company’s new grinding machines is the G25P-50CNC, a cylindrical grinder with conversational control that is said to be easy to learn and operate.
Another model, the G25A-35CNC anglehead cylindrical grinder, offers a small footprint without sacrificing its 10" × 14" travel.
The company also offers the Grindmaster GM-45CNC ID/OD grinder, which is designed for versatility. Two X-axis slideways can be set up in various configurations. For example, the setup might include one OD wheel and one ID wheel or two ID wheels for roughing and finishing operations, respectively.
Also available is the PG-400CNC gear profile grinder, which marks the company’s first foray into the gear-grinding market.
For customers new to surface grinding, the company offers an entry-level model, the Master-818CNC. This machine offers both two-axis (slicing) and three-axis (contour) grinding capability. The Master series is available in three sizes: 8" × 18", 12" × 24" and 16" × 32".
Other available models include G15ICNC ID grinder and the STC-2008NC single-axis, automatic centerless grinder, and the company will also exhibit an operational scale model of a two-axis CNC vertical surface grinder.