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systems, and volumetric compensation. Axes feed rate is 30 m/min. EMCO Corp.


Ph: 248-313-2700 Web site: www.emco-world.com


Ball Plungers Eliminate Machining Step Easily and securely installed by hand in an ordinary drill hole, self-retaining ball plungers from Carr Lane Mfg. have a flex- ible design and compensate for hole tolerances up to 0.008" (0.203 mm). The slotted end of the thermo- plastic body expands to compensate in an oversize hole, eliminating the need for remachining. The sturdy shoulder of the press-fit ball plunger provides a fixed seating position and positively resists detent force. Available in four sizes, the self-retaining ball plungers can be installed in a plain hole, with the shoulder exposed, or slightly counterbored for flush installation. Carr Lane Mfg. Co. Ph: 314-647-6200 Web site: www.carrlane.com


Dial Test Indicators Offer Better Readability Lever-type dial test indicators from Mitutoyo America offer increased durability, sensitivity and readability. A wide array of styli and ruby tips allows for probing of many applications. A glare-free, flat crystal face allows for easy viewing of graduations. In addition, the font and dial face color have been changed. Multiple layers of hard, smudge-resis- tant coatings on the crystal


prevent scratches and contamination. An O-ring seal on the bezel provides smooth rotation and prevents oil and dust from contaminating the dial face. A flange has been added to prevent the bezel from becoming detached during use. Mitutoyo America Corp. Ph: 630-820-9666 Web site: www.mitutoyo.com


Machining Large-Sized Components Soraluce PXG-W gantry-type multitasking milling machine reduces the number of clamps required and minimizes cycle times and potential errors for workpieces weighing hundreds


of tons. Dimensions of the model are 19-m long with 7.25-m clearance between columns, and 7.3 m in


height which is configurable with a 5-m vertical travel of the crossbeam. The PXG-W is designed to meet the machining requirements, including turning, milling, boring, drilling, and threading for parts used in the machinery, energy, marine, and general machining industries. The work area is split into two sub-areas. The main sub-area for machining prismatic parts is equipped with 12 × 6-m floor plates and has a load capacity of 25 t/m2. The second sub-area comprises a 6-m diameter turning table with a 200-kW turning head and a maximum speed of 50 rpm. Soraluce America Inc. Ph: 815-315-9261 Web site: www.soraluce-america.com


Gear Finishing Honing Machine Präwema SynchroFine 205 HS gear honing machine features direct-drive, digitally controlled spindles for the tool and the workpiece, enabling precise, rigid synchronization. The Präwema Honing gear finishing process produces quality comparable to grinding results for spur and helical gears, as well as shafts. The machine’s software checks the stock allowance and workpiece runout and then opti- mizes the X-axis approach distance. Measuring the workpiece does not affect the cycle time and the process can reduce cycle times by 3–5 sec. The machine features a pick-up design to enable automation. The workpieces and dressing tools are loaded and unloaded by the workpiece spindle. The large X-axis travel enables placement of additional stations adjacent to the loading/unloading station inside the machine, such as a two-flank roll-checking device. External robots and conveyor systems can also be integrated by GMTA engineering. GMTA (German Machine Tools of America) Ph: 734-973-7800 Web site: www.gmtamerica.com


Solid-Carbide Milling Cutters MC232 Perform solid-carbide milling cutters are well-suited for shops that frequently machine small and medium lot sizes where universal applicability for a larger range of materials types rather that simple tool life is desired. The new addition to the Perform line is a versatile, cost-effective


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