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Published: 9/13/2017

Super-High Production Vertical Grinding Machine Increases Productivity
Taiyo Koki Grinding Machine Company’s Super-High Production Vertical Grinding machine features a two place (PGV-2) or three place (PGV-3) automatic chuck changer that increases spindle run time and reduces part grinding and...

Published: 9/12/2017

Lathes Feature Modular Design
Gear Expo 2017: Emag will feature its modular VL and VT series for chucked components, including its VL 4 machine, designed for medium- to large-batch runs on standard machining platforms.

Published: 9/5/2017

Hi-M G1 Vertical Machining Center Dry Cuts Graphite
Hwacheon Machinery America, Inc.’s Hi-M G1 vertical machining center is specially designed to cut graphite. 

Published: 8/31/2017

VMC850B Reduces Cycle Times by Increasing Speeds and Feeds
SMTCL-Americas’ VMC850B vertical machining center features the Japanese Fanuc 0i Control which features seven-year mean time between failures (MTBF), as the company uses the complete Fanuc package including drives, motors, resolvers, and ...

Published: 8/24/2017

Milling Machines’ Platform Stability Ideal for Heavy Roughing Cuts
Westec 2017: Waldrich Coburg will feature its Taurus 25 and Taurus 30 bridge-type milling machines, which feature cast iron structures and hydrostatic guideways for platform stability for heavy roughing cuts.

Published: 8/11/2017

Machining Centers for Small-Lot, High-Mix/Low-Volume Applications
Westec 2017: Southwestern Industries’ Trak machines are said to increase productivity in shops that engage in small-lot or high-mix/low-volume work.

Published: 8/11/2017

VMC Includes Four-Pallet Automation
EMO 2017: Matsuura Machinery will feature its MX-520 PC4, a four-pallet automated version of the MX-520 single-table, five-axis VMC, which was designed for customers seeking an automation solution.

Published: 8/2/2017

Linear Way VMCs Provide Stable, Precise Machining
Hannsa announces its Linear Way series of vertical machining centers designed to be compact in size and competitively priced while enabling precise, high-speed machining.

Published: 6/5/2017

Hardinge VMCs Feature Fast Rapid Rates, High Axis and Spindle Acceleration/Deceleration
The Bridgeport VMCs are ideal for job shops or OEMs. The machines have a small compact footprint, yet include a rugged machine developed for applications that require a rigid, fast and accurate setup.

Published: 5/17/2017

Double-Column Machining Centers Deliver High Accuracy
Amerimold 2017: Extremely rigid and thermally stable, the Takumi H series of double-column machining centers are designed for parts that require high accuracy and surface finish in die/mold, aerospace and other high-speed applications.