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PRODUCT PREVIEWS THE LATEST MANUFACTURING MACHINES, TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGY


In-Process Grinding Gage P1dME electronic gage amplifier is designed for in-process smooth


part monitoring of grinding applications. It is intended for connecting to Marposs measuring heads and represents an economical, compact, and reliable solution for in-process ID/OD workpiece monitoring. With this solution the part is continuously measured during the grinding process, assuring that part production is within tolerance and the machining cycle optimized based on the amount of stock being removed. The flat and compact P1dME gage amplifier can be installed inside the operator panel of any grinding machine or set up as a stand-alone unit. It features a 4.3" (109-mm) touchscreen with an intuitive operator interface. Depending on the measuring head, the P1dME has a measuring range of ±250 µm, ±500 µm, or ±1000 µm. Marposs in-process applications aren’t affected by varying machine conditions of temperature, cold start-up, or vibrations. Marposs Corp. Ph: 248-370-0404 Web site: www.marposs.com


HB 7010-1 Turning Grade The Garant HB 7010-1 turning grade achieves wear resistance at high speeds, making it ideal for continuous high-performance cutting. It has an extremely hard, wear- resistant and thermo-reistant CVD coating made of aluminum oxide and titanium carbonitride, which protects the carbide substrate even at high cutting speeds and process tempera- tures. The carbide substrate is particularly resistant to plastic deformation, splintering and brittle fracturing as it is extremely ductile. The turning grade offers significantly longer tool life with continuous cutting at high speeds. Hoffmann Group USA Ph: 844-448-7725 Web site: www.hoffmann-group.com/US/en/hus


Laser Systems Clean and Prepare Surfaces The CleanTech laser line is for surface prep, paint removal and surface cleaning. Marketed under the Laser Photonics brand, CleanTech laser systems offer a nonabrasive cleaning process that is safe and eco- friendly. It is an alternative to chemicals or abrasive blasting systems that can produce hazardous fumes or substrate wear. The systems remove coatings, contaminants and residues with advanced industrial-grade


Class 1 laser cleaning and surface treatment equipment. They can be used for paint and epoxy removal, mold clean- ing, weld prep, metal parts cleaning, anodizing removal, surface conditioning, rust removal, and degreasing. Fonon Corp.


Ph: 407-804-1000 Web site: www.laserphotonics.us


New DrillMeister Diameter Range


A new 6.0 to 9.9-mm diameter DrillMeister range is available with drill bodies of 1.5D, 3D, 5D, and 8D for small-diameter holemaking applications in various work materi- als. A self-clamping system allows DrillMeister tools to perform swift drill indexing. Tools are changed out by replacing the drill head; there is no need to remove the drill body from the toolholder and re-adjust the tool


overhang, eliminating a large amount of tool change time. A drill head can be mounted or removed with a small amount of torque and can be performed in the machine as needed. Tungaloy Inc. Ph: 888-554-8394 Web site: www.tungaloy.com/us


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