Vertical Machining Centers (VMCs)
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Mist Collection System Enables Maintenance without Sacrificing Efficiency
Keller USA introduces its ENA-S standalone mist collection system enabling maintenance without sacrificing mist separation efficiency.
Feeler HV-1100V Reduces Peck-Drilling Vibration and Prevents Oscillation
The VMC’s reinforced cross-ribbed column structure and no counter-balance weight design is said to reduce peck-drilling vibration and prevent oscillation normally caused by a counter-balance weight.
Extended Range of Ultrasonic Machining Centers
DMG MORI extends its ultrasonic machining center portfolio with the Ultrasonic 20 linear 2nd Generation.
Bridge-Type Milling Machines for Heavy Milling
Waldrich Coburg’s Taurus 25 and 30 bridge-type milling machines provide heavy milling capabilities for applications ranging from five-sided frames to five-axis contouring of complex shapes.
VMCs Feature Larger Working Envelope, Same Footprint
Doosan Machine Tools America’s updated DNM series of VMCs feature faster spindle acceleration and deceleration rates as well as an upgraded FANUC OiMF control to provide quicker processing speed.
VMC for Cutting Large, Complex Parts
Okuma’s Genos M560-VA-HC VMC combines a high column design and CAT 40 Big-Plus spindle to cut large, complex parts.
Machining Block Spindle Supports Fully Automated Machining
Suhner Industrial Products’ BEX8 machining block spindle is suitable for high-speed operations ranging to 25,000 rpm and offers a spindle concentricity better than 0.01 mm, the company says.
Collets Designed for Use with High-Speed Spindles
Ibag North America displays its Ibag Micro Collet for precision-part manufacturing that enables accuracies of 1-micron TIR at the collet nose and accommodates tool diameters ranging to 1/8".
Double-Column Machine with Direct-Drive Spindle
Takumi USA’s H-12 bridge-type, double-column CNC machining center is said to deliver improved surface finish, high precision and fast throughput with an inline, direct-drive spindle
3D Printer for Additive, Subtractive Processes
Mitsui Seiki USA has developed the Vertex 55X-H, a hybrid machining center that combines additive and subtractive processes on one machine tool platform.