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AERODEF 2015 PREVIEW


Heat-Resistant Drills The latest tooling geared toward aerospace will be showcased including the EXOPRO WHO-Ni, EXOPRO UVX-Ni and EXOCARB AERO-UVX drills. The EXOPRO WHO-Ni drill series is OSG’s premium performance drilling line for processing Ni-Alloys and heat- resistant superalloys such as Inconel 718 and other hardened steels. These high-per- formance drills feature OSG’s exclusive WXS nano coating which has been developed specifi cally for high-heat applications. Internal coolant holes offer additional resistance and better chip evacuation. The slow helix angle


provides rigidity with minimal wear even after the drill pro- duces hundreds of holes. OSG USA INC. Ph: 800-837-2223 Web site: www.osgtool.com


High-Performance CNC For the aerospace market, the Sinumerik 840D sl offers the latest in CNC technology that increases machine tool perfor- mance and user productivity. The 840D sl is a universal and fl exible CNC system based upon the innovative Sinamics S120 drive platform that can be used for up to 31 axes. It is a dis- tributed, scalable, open and intercon- necting system offering a wide range of specialized functions for milling, drilling, turning, grinding, han- dling and robotics technologies. The 840D sl CNC offers users innovative features that increase pro- ductivity on the manufacturing fl oor, especially the challenging aerospace segments of high-speed and fi ve-axis machining. Siemens Industry Inc.


Ph: 800-879-8079, ext. Marketing Communications Web site: www.usa.siemens.com/aerospace


Precision Chucks


The SJL 6-Jaw (2+2+2) Equalizing Chuck will be demon- strated along with other innovative workholding solutions. The SJL is a high-precision power chuck suitable for clamping deformed components while providing the fl exibility to hold


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workpieces as a true six-jaw self-centering chuck. Specifi cally designed with a centrifugal force compensation system, this feature allows for higher speeds and feeds and overall faster production. SMW Autoblok Ph: 847-215-0591 Web site: www.smwautoblok.com


Presetting Systems New presetting and measurement solutions including the pilot 2 mT and the pilot 3.0 systems will be displayed. These machines offer everything needed for professional tool pre- setting and measuring of cutting tools. With its touchscreen tech- nology, the pilot 2mT offers users intuitive, user-friendly operation. The technology is easy to learn, saves training expenditure and makes work more comfortable. The user-specifi c view of the display on the monitor allows users to defi ne priorities on the interface. Information can be highlighted or backdropped, depending on the application, without the remaining information disappearing from view. Zoller Inc.


Ph: 734-332-4851 Web site: www.zoller-usa.com


Heavy-Duty Machining Center The Thermwood Model 77 is a heavy-duty fi ve-axis CNC machining center specifi cally developed for 3D machining of wood, plastics, nonferrous metals, composites and other advanced materials. These applications range from machin- ing patterns and molds/plugs to trimming and machining production products for the aerospace, aviation, boating and military/defense industries. This stationary table, high-wall machine starts with a complete working envelope of 5 × 10' (1.5 × 3 m) or 10 × 10' (3 × 3 m) and can expand to larger sizes to fi t your application. The M77 was designed using advanced 3D software using fi nite element analysis (FEA) and is inspected and calibrated using a precision 3D volumetric laser system. All major welds including the base and gantry are stress relieved to provide long-term stability. Thermwood Corp. Ph: 800-533-6901 Web site: www.thermwood.com


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