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8/28/2015

Cylindrical Grinder Reaches Tight Tolerances

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The Junker Group will display Zema’s Numerika G-800 gear grinder, which performs precision grinding of gear shafts.

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The Junker Group will display Zema’s Numerika G-800 gear grinder, which performs precision grinding of gear shafts. This durable, cylindrical grinding machine, with its hydrostatic X and Z axes and hydrostatic grinding spindle, reaches tight tolerances reliably and is suited to a range of workpieces. In addition, Zema offers machines for ID/OD grinding and for grinding large shafts with diameters ranging from 1 to 4 m (40" to 157") in length. The FANUC-based conversational control systems are simple and convenient to use, says the company.

Junker will also display its Lean Selection cam shaft grinding machine and the LTA Lufttechnik Basic Line of electrostatic coolant filters.

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