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HMC Design Offers Machining Rigidity

Methods Machine Tools will introduce the Kiwa-Japan Triple H40 HMC with a column traverse structure.


CNC Machine Provides Alternative to Button Rifling

The DeHoff G536-C1 CNC machine from Kays Engineering is capable of rifling grooves into gun barrel blanks as an alternative to button rifling.


HMCs Feature Advanced Control Capabilities

Makino’s new versions of the a51nx and a61nx horizontal machining centers are designed to provide expanded machining capability through vision broken tool detection, enhanced levels of inertia active control and Geometric Intelligence technologies.


Multitasking HMC Performs Multiple Operations

Kitamura Machinery’s Mycenter-HX250iG is a compact, high-speed HMC featuring rapid traverse rates of 2,362 ipm and is able to drill, mill, bore, tap, thread and turn light- to heavy-duty materials on a single machine.


High-Speed HMC Features New Touch Control

Toyoda’s FH630SX-I high-speed HMC has been added to the company’s SX-i series of machines.


HMC with Integrated Pallet Handling System

F. Zimmermann GmbH introduces its first HMC, the FZH400, which is equipped with a pallet handling system and a travelling column, and is said to well-suited for efficient machining of standard components for the aircraft industry


Moving-Column HMC Features Built-In Rotary Table

Absolute Machine Tools will display Johnford’s AHC-1600, a new HMC that is applicable in many industries, particularly aerospace.


Machining Centers for Unattended Operation

YMT will showcase two FMC systems from Quaser designed for lights-out automation.


Traveling-Column, Horizontal Boring Mills Increase Accuracy

Fives Giddings & Lewis introduces a new line of traveling-column, horizontal boring mills (HBMs) said to offer high accuracy and cutting capacity, moving the column in the Z-axis and the tables in the X-axis.


Machining Centers Offer Rigidity, Stability

German Machine Tools of America (GMTA) now offers a full line of Rasoma machining centers, used primarily for gear making, to its customer base in automotive powertrain, off-highway and other high-performance markets.


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