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IMTS PAVILION: ABRASIVE GRINDING


CNC Cylindrical Grinders


GPD Double-Drive CNC cylindrical grinders fea- ture a new design that uses a double center drive system. These grinders are based on the fundamental con-


cepts of no setup required, improved processing accuracy and improved maintenance. The GPD is equipped with NC movable workheads on the left and right sides. The distance between centers can be adjusted without changing the setup to support workpiece lengths between 30 and 430 mm. The CBN wheel, in combination with a multistep sizing in-process gage, works to achieve consistent processing accuracy with high precision. Shigiya (USA) Ltd. Ph: 847-325-4800 Web site: www.shigiya.com


Automated Lapping Machine


New SVL-2115 automated lapping machine brings increased productivity and part consistency to what is traditionally a manual process. Based on the same machine platform as the popular SV-2100 hon- ing system, the SVL-2115 provides single setup processing of hydraulic valves, sleeves, fuel system components and other parts that are prone to distortion when honed. The walkaway system uses an index table to automati- cally lap and air gage bores throughout the cycle. Gage readings are fed back to the control and the cycle is repeated until the parts are within spec. The system handles workpiece diameters from 6.5 to 20 mm and lengths up to 12× the bore diameter, not to exceed 200 mm. Spindle speed range is 100–2000 rpm dur- ing lapping, but is capable of slow speeds for nonpowered steps, such as lapping paste application or slow-rotation bore entry.


Sunnen Products Co. Ph: 314-781-2100 Web site: www.sunnen.com


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Programmable Automatic Dual-Column Band Saw This G320 Smart Saw comes pre-installed with MechaLogix, Cosen Predictive Computing’s SmartSaw monitoring system, a proprietary cloud-based technology that reveals sawing performance data in real time. This software can monitor the blade life, and accurately predict blade breakage, along with many other cost-saving features via its convenient mo- bile app. As with all G320s it is a rigid dual-column


high-production machine which incorporates a massive base, sturdy saw frame, with an extremely heavy-duty gear- box and a 3.75-kW drive motor. Its user friendly control can hold programs for up to 100 different jobs including quantity and length of cut with Automatic Multiple Indexing & Auto- matic Kerf Compensation. Cosen Saws USA Ph: 704-943-1030 Web site: www.cosensaws.com


Cylindrical Grinding Machine


The Zema Numerika line is well-suited for the series produc- tion of a broad range of workpieces, up to a length of 3.70 m. A torsion-resistant machine bed, hydrostatic guides and grinding spin- dles mounted on rolling or hydrostatic bearings deliver optimum grind- ing results. The user-friendly control system offers all required input


masks for grinding with corundum. Machines in the series feature a rugged machine bed with full-protection hood, fast setup, in-process and/or postprocess measurement and display of the maintenance intervals. Erwin Junker Machinery Inc. Ph: 847-488-0406 Web site: www.junker-usa.com


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