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Published: 7/20/2018

Microblasting System Designed to Safely Refine Small Parts
IMTS 2018: Comco is displaying its manual microblasting system which features the company’s AccuFlo and ProCenter Plus.

Published: 7/19/2018

OD Cylindrical Grinders Enhance Positioning Accuracy
IMTS 2018: Sharp Industries will display its model OD-1524X CNC OD cylindrical grinder for toolroom or production grinding applications.

Published: 7/16/2018

Robotic Drag Finisher Automates Cutting Tool Honing, Polishing
IMTS 2018: Bel Air's AutoHone robotic reverse drag finisher is an automated system that requires very little operator involvement.

Published: 7/16/2018

Grinding Center's Spindle Speed Promotes Precision
IMTS 2018: United Grinding offers the Magerle MFP 51 grinding and machining center designed for productivity, flexibility, safety and performance.

Published: 7/13/2018

Grinding Machine Replaces Turning for Difficult Materials
IMTS 2018: Erwin Junker’s Grindstar grinding machine replaces turning with dressing-free, high-speed, plunge-cut grinding.

Published: 7/13/2018

Twin Spindle Grinder Performs Complex ID, OD Grinding
IMTS 2018: Supertec Machinery’s EGM-350CNC twin spindle ID grinder combines an ID spindle with a secondary spindle capable of face, shoulder and OD grinding.

Published: 7/12/2018

Grinder Capable of Multi-Level Machining of Solid Carbide Tools
IMTS 2018: Vollmer’s VGrind 360 tool grinder machines carbide tools ranging to a diameter of 100 mm.

Published: 7/11/2018

Grinding Machine Designed for Single-Part, Series Production
IMTS 2018: The Studer Favorit CNC cylindrical grinding machine, available through United Grinding, handles long workpieces and has a center distance of 1,600 mm (63").

Published: 7/11/2018

Grinder Lineup Combines Versatility, Simple Programming
IMTS 2018: Supertec Machinery displays its line of machine tools and grinders.

Published: 7/9/2018

Five-Axis Grinder Features Extended Axis Movement
IMTS 2018: Schütte’s 325linear five-axis CNC grinder features extended X- and Y-axis movement and two auxiliary slides for workpiece clamping.