IMTS 2018: Doosan Machine Tools’ DVF series of compact 5 axis machining centers is designed to cut diverse and complex shapes.
IMTS 2018: The MCC series of milling machines from Burkhardt+Weber offer cutting performance along with a small footprint, according to the company.
IMTS 2018: Unisig showcases equipment designed for gundrilling, BTA drilling, bottle boring and skiving/roller burnishing applications.
Kitamura Machinery’s five-axis Supercell-300G horizontal manufacturing cell features a 20-station automatic pallet changer (APC) with work ID system and a 174-tool, matrix-style toolchanger.
IMTS 2018: Yasda’s YBM 7Ti five-axis CNC horizontal jig borer maintains accuracy and stability in heat-resistant materials like titanium and Inconel.
IMTS 2018: Previously available with either high speed or high power, Taurus machines now offer both.
IMTS 2018: SW North America’s dual-spindle BA WO2-22 machining center features an integrated six-axis robot and vertical pallet storage for blanks and parts.
IMTS 2018: Haas Automation’s UMC-1000SS five-axis machine is suitable for both five-sided (3+2) and simultaneous five-axis machining.
In addition to making it easier to qualify for financing a new Roland device, the program enables customers to upgrade models in as little as 12 months.
IMTS 2018: Kays Engineering’s Eldorado M75-30T is a twin-spindle gundrilling machine with a redesigned counter-rotation fixture.