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High-Performance Metal Cutting Band Saws DoAll S-280CNC StructuralAll miter CNC automatic band saws are ideal for fabricating shops, maintenance facilities, and tool and manufacturing plants. The new S-280CNC can also be classifi ed as a horizontal, structural scissor-style miter-cutting saw. The new DS-400CNC StructuralAll dual-miter, CNC auto- matic band saw is ideal for fabricating shops, maintenance facilities, tool and manufacturing plants. Designed for vertical and angular cuts, the DS-400CNC is adjustable to 45° left and right in semiautomatic mode. The DoAll 400-S general-purpose band saw is designed for small-to-medium fabricators or machine shops looking to make extremely accurate straight or miter cuts in smaller quantities. The 400S features a 9" (229-mm) high by 16" (406-mm) wide capacity of rectangles and 10.75" (273-mm) rounds. Continental Machines Inc. Ph: 888-362-5572 Web site: www.doallsaws.com


Finger-Mounted, Hands-Free Barcode Scanning BellHawk systems provide low-cost and easy-to-use systems that integrate manu- facturing execution systems (MES) with industrial warehouse management systems (WMS). BellHawk systems make extensive use of mobile computers with integral bar- code scanners, as well as Android tablets with external barcode scanners to track the receipt, storing, and use of raw materials. After picking and conversion into interme- diate and then fi nished products, the systems track picking, packing, and shipping of fi nished products. Bluetooth wearable fi nger-mounted barcode scanners offer hands-free scanning receiving, the stock room, production operations, and picking and packing of parts for shipment. BellHawk Systems Corp. Ph: 508-865-8070 Web site: www.bellhawk.com


Swiss Modular Quick-Change System


Nanofix modular quick-change system is designed for Swiss-type tooling with a minimum spindle distance of 22 mm, making it simple to change tools inside the Swiss lathe in as little as 15 seconds. Utilizing a Torx locking mechanism, the Nanofix adapter can be released and removed with one hand and a slight turn of the wrist. Nanofix adapters feature a high concentricity of 5 μm on 30 mm, repeatable accuracy, short projection and play-free centering of tapering. Adapters can be preset outside the machine offering the ultimate in produc- tion flexibility. Benz Inc.


Ph: 704-529-5300 Web site: www.benztooling.com


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