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applications. QUAD 7 blades are well-suited for alloy, high- chrome alloy, Inconel, and other nickel-based alloys, titanium block and plate, stainless, and mold, tool and bearing steels. Blades feature a positive rake angle four-tooth pattern that produces seven distinct chips. QUAD 7 blades are available in five widths: ¾" × 0050; 1 ½" × 0.050; 2" × 0.062; 2 5/8" × 0.062; and 3 1/8" × 0.062 and are shipped in 150' (45-m) coils. There a number of variable tooth pitch (TPI) options to choose from. Simonds Saw Ph: 978-424-0100 Web site: www.simondsint.com


Higher Performance Steel Drills


New generation of the twin cutting edged MEGA-Drill-Steel- Plus offers users a significant boost in wear resistance and performance for reliable and cost-effective drilling in steel materials. Chip flute geometry has been optimized and a newly developed coating is used. In combination with the modified cutting edge preparation, this offers a 50% longer tool life. Performance of the new drill has been significantly improved, and drilling is


possible with a 15% higher cutting speed and a 15% higher feed rate compared with the predecessor model. MEGA- Drill-Steel-Plus drills are available in the diameter range from 3 to 25 mm and shank forms HA and HE for steel machin- ing. With internal cooling the drills are available in lengths of 3×D, 5×D and 8×D, without internal cooling in lengths of 3×D and 5×D. Mapal Inc.


Ph: 810-364-8020 Web site: www.mapal.com


Aerospace Portal Milling Machine FZH400 five-axis high-tech portal HMC features a patented, water-cooled travelling column that was redesigned to increase penetration into the material and expand the guide carriage distance. This increases the rigidity and eliminates the lever effect, ensuring a constant geometry along the Z axis as well as maximum rigidity of the workpiece. This new model range is especially useful for efficient machining of standard components for the aerospace industry, with special patented features to eliminate the lever effect and


Pulsed Fiber Laser Welding System LMWS pulsed fiber laser welding system features an integrated LMF70-HP 70W pulsed fiber laser for advanced processing for welding metals, plastics and dis- similar metals including copper to aluminum, aluminum to stainless and steel, and copper to stainless steel. The highly configurable, compact unit is designed for lean manufacturing. By simply changing the settings, this laser can also be used to mark or cut welded parts. The versatile high- power, high-speed laser LMWS is available with a variety of integration options to match process needs. It is equipped standard with an XY galvanometric scanner. XYZ and rotary stages or through the lens and off axis camera options are also available.


Amada Miyachi America Inc. Ph: 626-930-8560 Web site: www.amadamiyachi.com


High-Production CNC Turning Centers Quicktech i-42 Ultimate and i-60 Ultimate high-production CNC turning centers allow complete machining of medium- diameter bar stock. Machines feature two turning spindles, two milling spindles and two B axes for a total of 10 axes and capacity for up to 49 tools. Bar capacity for the 15-hp (11- kW) main spindle is 42 mm for the i-42 model (60 mm for the i-60), and 30 mm for the 7.5-hp (5.6-kW) subspindle on both models. Both main and subspindles feature full continuous C axes and are synchronized for fast, accurate part transfer. A four-axis (linear X,Y,Z and rotating B axes) gang-type vertical


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improve pallet handling. The FZH400 features a patented integral pallet-handling system


which allows pallets to be changed during machine time and transported without sagging, making it especially suitable for long pallets. Pallets are raised and lowered in such a way that the load is balanced, virtually eliminating bending and torsion forces. No special foundation is required for the


compact modular machine. Zimmerman Inc. Ph: 248-305-9707 Web site: www.zimmerman-inc.com


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