1468 Armour Blvd.
Mundelein, IL 60060 US
Accurate Live Tools Save Lives
By swapping its previous live toolholders for Mimatic models from Lyndex-Nikken, this manufacturer improved accuracy and rigidity in a critical drilling operation for a life-saving emergency rescue tool.
European Live Tools Designed for CNC Lathes
Lyndex-Nikken offers Mimatic Tool Systems’ live tools, which are manufactured to Mazak specifications and designed to enhance CNC lathe performance.
Last Glance at IMTS 2010
It would be impossible to cover all of the key exhibitors at IMTS 2010—even if every booth got merely a quick glance. However, the editors of MMS did get glimpses of some interesting technologies exhibited at the show...
Portable Shrink-Fit Machine
Lyndex-Nikken’s shrink-fit machine firmly inserts cutting tools into shrink-fit holders in 2 sec.
Rotary Tables Save Time, Expand Capabilities
This shop refused to accept the notion that large, complex parts necessarily require multiple, time-consuming setups. Rotary tables from Lyndex-Nikken have saved time and expanded capabilities to the point where the shop can take on new work and bring previously outsourced jobs back in-house.
Large, Heavy-Duty Rotary Tables
The Super Large, Heavy-Duty Series is the latest addition to Lyndex-Nikken’s rotary table repertoire.
Large Rotary Tables allow Heavy Machining
Five new models are available in the company’s rotary table series rotary plate models, ranging from the CNC802 with 31.50" (800 mm) face-plate capacity to the CNC2000 with 78.74" (2,000 mm) face-plate capacity.
Shop Enjoys Five-Axis Benefits Without The Cost
Integrating Lyndex-Nikken rotary tables into three-axis Mori Seiki VMCs provided this shop with five-axis capability at a fraction of the cost of a new five-axis machine.
Complete Series Of Live Tools For Lathes
A complete series of live tools for Nakamura Tome CNC lathes are now available from Lyndex-Nikken. Designed for precision and rigidity, these tools improve milling, drilling and tapping capabilities in turning operations, the company says.
Shrink Fit Toolholders Offer Consistent Results
Lyndex-Nikken’s shrink fit toolholders are designed for optimum accuracy, rigidity and balance. The solid construction minimizes unbalance variations when changing cutting tools, the company says.
Live Tools for Lathes
Designed to enhance the performance of a CNC lathe, the company offers a variety of live tools. These tools are designed to improve milling, drilling and tapping capabilities in turning operations. The company stocks a range of standardized live tools for CNC turning centers from major builders.
CNC Rotary Table Features Carbide Worm System
The 5AX-200II CNC rotary table from Lyndex-Nikken is said to perform with high accuracy and fast rotating and tilting speeds. The company’s patented carbide worm system ensures wear resistance, rigidity and the rapid speeds of this rotary table. The carbide worm system uses a carbide worm screw and ion nitrided worm wheel rather than a conventional bronze or bronze-alloy actuation mechanism.
Managing Information Maximizes Efficiency
Using an intuitive, homegrown MRP system, this shop is able to effectively manage massive amounts of information while making necessary documents accessible anywhere they’re needed on the shop floor.
Rotary Table-Equipped Machining Centers Add Value For Investment Caster
A specialist in investment castings has invested in making those castings more valuable. Hartford, Wisconsin-based Signicast Corporation recently strengthened its capacity to perform machining on castings in-house so customers can receive a more finished product.
Carbide Worm Screw System Improves Rotary Table Life
Mounted in a horizontal or vertical plane, rotary tables can be used to add fourth and fifth axis capability to conventional three-axis CNC machining centers. This rotary table manufacturer has developed an actuation mechanism that, according to the company, significantly increases the useful life of its rotary tables.
Bringing Toolholders Up To Speed
For the Wichita, Kansas, division of aircraft manufacturer Boeing, one aspect of effective high speed machining is finding the right balance. The division machines aluminum at speeds ranging from 15,000 to 40,000 rpm. To cut at these high speeds as effectively as possible, Boeing uses both pre-balanced and balanceable toolholders.