Knuth Machine Tools USA, Inc.
Five-Axis Waterjets Available in Two Styles
Knuth offers full five-axis waterjets in flying bridge and traditional gantry designs.
Ram EDM Suitable for Small Workpieces
The ZNC EDM 250 from Knuth Machine Tools is an entry-level ram EDM with NC-controlled feed on the Z axis.
Vertical Lathes Feature Heavy-Duty Construction
Knuth Machine Tools offers its VDM VTL range of conventional vertical lathes in seven different sizes with swing ranging from 31.5" to 102".
Low-Maintenance EDM Provides Rigidity
The DEM 320 A CNC EDM from Knuth features a low-maintenance modular construction.
Smart DEM Wire EDM from Knuth Cuts Graphite
The Smart DEM wire EDM can accommodate workpieces measuring 13.8" × 17.7" × 7.9".
Waterjets Available in Two Configurations
Knuth offers a line of premium waterjet cutting systems available in three, four, five and six axes for improved control, flexibility and precision.
Waterjets Offer Range of Options, Configurations
Knuth Machine Tools’ new line of waterjet cutting systems includes both flying-bridge and gantry-style machines with 3, 4, 5 and 6 axes of motion.
One-Source Machine Tools and Accessories Catalog
Knuth’s 2012 machine tool and accessories catalog features CNC machining, sheet metal work, grinding, sawing, turning, milling, drilling, cutting and eroding products.
Center Offers Simultaneous Three-Axis Drilling, Marking, Sawing
Knuth Machine Tools’ BeamCenter CNC 1200 saw and drill press center is designed for simultaneous three-axis drilling, marking and sawing for centrally controlled, customizable beam production.
High-Performance, Dual-Column Automatic Bandsaw
Knuth offers the ABS 320C, a fully automated bandsaw with a twin-column guide system.
Bring Work In-House with Waterjet
According to the company, the compact Hydro-Jet Eco 0615 S enables small business owners to bring outsourced work in-house to better manage deadlines and quality control issues.
Universal, Heavy-Duty Lathes
Knuth Machine Tools offers the versatile DL E series universal lathes for handling heavy-duty fabrication and single part production.
CNC Cylindrical Grinding Machine
Knuth Machine Tools’ RSM series of CNC cylindrical grinding machines now combine the exclusive GPlus 450 CNC technology with high-quality, rigid construction. The company says this ensures maximum precision and efficient production.
High-Capacity, Bed-Type Milling Machine
Knuth Machine Tools’ KB series bed-type milling machines are equipped with large beds and wide columns for handling large parts. The machine design provides increased stability, low vibration and improved precision at high table loads, the company says.
Universal Milling Machine For Complex Applications
Suited for vertical milling, drilling and tapping, Knuth Machine Tools USA’s VHF 3 universal milling machine also includes a horizontal arbor for horizontal milling, slotting and keyway cutting. The machine is useful for mechanic workshops, production, training, single-part manufacturing and prototyping.
Cost-Effective Waterjet Technology
The Hydro-Jet Eco is described as a high-precision, low cost waterjet cutting system. The unit offers a compact design and cuts virtually any type of material including metal, composites, plastic and more. Equipped with a software package for quick programming on an integrated PC control with graphical user interface, the waterjet technology features a cold-cutting process that ensures distortion free fabrication, the company says.
Dual-Column Automatic Band Saw
The ABS 320C is a fully automated band saw with a twin-column guide system. The automatic feed system uses a powered pinch roller system with ¾-hp hydraulic motor for automated, rapid material advancement. Designed with a limit switch to cut lengths accurately, this machine is also equipped with a programmable part counter for exact productivity and reduced material waste as well as an automatic height adjustment to limit space between the blade and the material so no time is wasted “cutting air,” the company says.
Large Lathe Succeeds Through Effectiveness At Machining Smaller Parts, Too
This maker of power transmission components wanted to replace its 1920s-era big lathe, but there was not enough large-part work to justify the new machine on this basis alone.