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Grinding Machine Includes Software for Parameterization

Gear Expo 2017: Kapp Niles will release its KNe3G grinding machine.
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Kapp Niles will release its KNe3G grinding machine. It includes KNgrind software and a human-machine interface designed for operator-friendly and machine-oriented parameterization of the generating grinding task. The machine also has Siemens Sinumerik 840D control hardware and multi-touch screen technology that will guide users through the input of the workpieces and technology data. The integrated measuring system enables various alignment, analysis and correction possibilities.

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