17200 Red Hill Ave.
Irvine, CA 92614 US
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A Message from KMECNC
As Seen In Modern Machine Shop
Compact, Wireless Trunnion Tables Fit Virtually Any Machine
KME CNC’s compact, wireless five-axis trunnions are said to enable integration on virtually any machine, as the lack of cables frees them up from size restrictions.
Shop Favors Different Flavor of Five-Axis Technology
Campbell Engineering benefits from a new twist on the tombstone workholding concept, which enables one of its HMCs to perform 3+2 machining to reduce scrap while supporting the higher-volume needs of its medical customers.
Smaller Trunnion Fits Variety of Machines
KME CNC’s five-axis trunnion is designed to be integrated with existing equipment without size restrictions.
Tombstone Enables Wireless Five-Axis Machining
KME CNC’s five-axis tombstone configuration uses an address-based system with a router and receiver connection platform to enable wireless operation.
Five-Axis Trunnion Table Installs into Existing Equipment
KME CNC offers a five-axis trunnion table that it says can be installed on existing equipment, typically without upgrades.
Five-Axis Tombstone for HMCs Limits Backlash
KME CNC’s standard five-axis tombstone for horizontal machining centers is equipped with four platters and can be customized to include as many as 12 platters.
Video: Fifth-Axis Tombstone Workholding Solution
Watch an HMC perform five-axis machining using a tombstone that has multiple indexers installed.
Fifth-Axis Trunnion Converts Three-Axis VMCs to Five-Axis
KME CNC offers a fifth-axis trunnion to complement the Multi-5 Axis tombstone.
Product from a Problem
Sometimes machine shops that develop a neat solution for their own machining challenge decide to turn it into a product line. KME CNC is such an operation.
Product from a Problem
Learn how the challenge of holding tight tolerances for RC helicopter engine components drove this company to develop an innovative fifth-axis tombstone device.
Small Engine Precision Fuels Fifth-Axis Production Workholding Concept
The challenge holding tight tolerances for its billet RC helicopter engine components drove this company to develop an innovative fifth-axis tombstone device to complete multiple parts on an HMC in one setup.