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tool post serves each spindle. Each tool post has a Y axis for off-center milling operations. Live tools are mounted in a continuous 360˚ B axis and powered by a 2-hp (1.5- kW) spindle motor.


Absolute Machine Tools Inc. Ph: 800-852-7825 Web site: www.absolutemachine.com


Redesigned Turn-Mill Center Redesigned G200 turn-mill center features increased maxi- mum turning length to 660 mm, a higher performance milling spindle, and expanded live tool complement as well as the XPanel with i4.0 readiness. High-speed machining of both bar stock and chuck parts complete in one setup is possible. Fluid-cooled main and counter spindles feature a bar capac- ity of 65 mm (chuck diameter max. 165 mm ). Motorized spindles allow productive turning machining with a power of 31.5/32 kW (100%/40% duty cycle), a UPSRVF PG


a maximum speed of 6000 rpm. Three tool carriers


allow tools to be assigned to almost any machining type on the main and counter spindles independently for program- ming flexibility. An upper tool carrier has an additional Y axis (±65 mm) and a 360° swiveling B axis. It is designed on one side to provide an added 14 tool positions and has a milling spindle on the rear. Index Corp.


Ph: 317-770-6300 Web site: www.indextraub.com


Standard, Replacement Saw Blades Full line of standard saw blades and side chip clearance saws are suitable for a wide range of precision cutting appli- cations with diameters from 1 to 8" (25–208 mm) and from 20 to 250 mm, with fine, medium, and coarse tooth pitch. Replacement blades for Hydromat, Georg Fischer, Rohbi, Bimax, and different screw and Swiss-type machines are available. Standard saw blades are manufactured from high speed steel (HSS), cobalt steel (HSSCo), or solid carbide and are available with or without PVD or CVD coating to enhance performance and service life. Applications include gold and


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silver jewelry, fastener production, resistors, electronics, thin or thick- walled pipes and profiles, extrusions, abrasive, and high-tensile materials. Controx Inc.


Ph: 800-558-8966 Web site: www.conrox.com


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Vision CPU, Inspection Software Teledyne Dalsa’s new BOA Spot vision camera/sensor combines a vision CPU, inspection software tools, camera, integrated light, and optics all in one small IP6-rated pack- age. The BOA Spot is offered in 640 × 480 and 1280 × 960 resolutions and with two levels of software inspection tools. Programming is accomplished either right on the camera with its web browser server or with an off-line emulation package. The software’s GUI interface is extremely easy to use, self-navigating and designed for custom- ers with no or very little vision experience. On board I/O and industrial Ethernet protocols such as Ethernet I/P and PROFINET allow


the BOA Spot to seamlessly integrate into control systems. CPU Automation Inc. Ph: 978-226-1633 Web site: www.cpuauto.com


Laser Micrometers


Meclab and Supermeclab laser micrometers from Aeroel S.R.L. are designed to be used off-line as benchtop flexible gages to check a wide range of workpieces with different shapes and sizes. Typical parts include small shafts, lathe or grinder machined parts, rubber rolls, and hard metal tools. Laser micrometers measure diameter and ovality, run out, edge position, gap between parts, taper, throats, peaks, cut- ting diameter, and more. Tolerances are checked by comparing the actual dimen- sions to the programmed limits. Reports are


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