8/8/2012

Video: Linear Motor Machines at Die Tech

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Machines with linear motors instead of ballscrews have increased productivity for one die maker.

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Die maker Die Tech & Engineering has increased productivity, and sees the potential for expanding its market, since the company began using machining centers equipped with linear motors in place of ballscrews. See these machines in action and learn why Die Tech’s William Berry thinks they are so important to his shop in this new video produced by Todd Schuett of Creative Technology. We last heard from Mr. Berry and Die Tech in these videos about palletization and in-process electrode inspection.

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