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Cutter Grinder Designed for Small Batch Production

Strausak, a member of Rollomatic Holding, presents the U-Grind five-axis CNC tool and cutter grinder featuring thermal stability designed to facilitate consistent, accurate, small batch production and regrinding.


Grinding Center Designed for Multi-Task Operations

Doimak’s RER-G Combi 500 grinding center is designed for flexible, multi-task grinding in OD, ID and thread processes.


Grinding Machines Designed for Precise Plane Parallelism

Supfina Machine Company’s Spiro series of surface-finishing systems supports fine grinding with precise plane parallelism (less than or equal to 1.0 micron) for precision bearings, pump gears and valve plates.


Vertical CNC Grinder Designed for Small Workpieces

Shigiya’s GPV-10 vertical CNC grinder is designed to grind small workpieces with precision.


Remanufactured ID Grinder Promotes Accuracy

GCH Machinery has remanufactured an antiquated ID grinder that features hydrostatic Y- and Z-axis tables.


Internal Cylindrical Grinding Machines Extend Line’s Workpiece Capacity

United Grinding has added three radius internal cylindrical grinding machines to its Studer lineup.


Clamp Bore Grinders an Alternative to Double-Disk Grinders

Nagel’s SPV clamp bore grinders are flexible in high- and low-volume environments and are designed to eliminate changeovers.


Deburring, Polishing Equipment Offered

Bel Air Finishing Supply offers equipment and services for deburring and polishing as well as solutions for one-piece flow, just-in-time or batch processing.


Gear Grinding Machine Promotes Adaptability

Reishauer’s RZ260 gear grinding machine features increased size with adapted components designed to handle higher loads and forces for grinding larger gears.


Centerless Grinder Uses Single-Disk CVD Roller with CNC Dressing

Glebar’s GT 610 CNC centerless grinder is designed to improve the development process of fuel injector nozzle valves, said to reduce tooling costs, lower inventory levels and increase integration of prototyping technology for new components.


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