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Grinding Machine Magazines Hold 70 Grinding Wheels

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Haas Multigrind’s CB grinding machine can be equipped with a new high-capacity 2,000 × 2,400 × 3,200-mm shelf magazine.

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Haas Multigrind’s CB grinding machine can be equipped with a new high-capacity 2,000 × 2,400 × 3,200-mm shelf magazine. The magazine offers space for 65 grinding wheels of 300-mm diameters or less. On the Multigrind CA grinding machine, the shelf magazine can be equipped with as many as 70 grinding wheels ranging to 250 mm in diameter. The magazine can also hold as many as 20 coolant nozzles.

The new high-capacity magazine enables customers to add more operations on a single part and dramatically reduce change-over time between different parts by loading wheels and tools for multiple part numbers in the magazine.

The Haas Horizon programming system maintains locations, dimensions and life information of all wheels and tools in the magazine in addition to programming the machine’s grinding and automation functions.

All Haas Multigrind grinding centers are available with an automatic wheel changer. This feature enables the combination of multiple, high-precision, complex grinding and milling operations into a single part clamping and single machine cycle. Even with the magazine’s wheel capacity, tool-change time on the shelf magazine is only 10 sec., according to the company.

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