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IMTS PRODUCTS


Five-Axis Machining & Automation G-Series universal machining centers are based on a proven HMC platform.


They feature a unique retractable spindle and swivel-rotary table design for easy accessibility to the workpiece. The G350 Generation 2 models feature improved dynamics, faster tool changes, and expanded tool magazine capacity in a more compact footprint. The overall width has been reduced from 2450 to 2000 mm, while accommodating a maximum part size 600- mm in diameter (cylindrical) and 600-mm high. The mid-size G-550T will be shown with the turning option for parts up to 900 mm in diameter on a high-speed table rotating at 800 rpm. Maximum part height is 730 mm and the longest tool is 500 mm. All G-Series models feature the Grob- designed and built table with 225° of rotation in the A axis and continuous 360° in B axis. It is possible to completely invert the table for upside-down machining while chips simply free fall away from the part. Grob Systems Inc. Ph: 419-358-90015 Web site: www.grobgroup.com


High-Precision CNC Machines Three high-precision, high-performance CNC machines will be introduced to the North American market and supported by a service network and showroom in Indianapolis. These three-axis CNC machines are equipped with the FANUC 31i control. The VC0852 high-precision machining center features fast rapids. The double-column, high-speed H-12 machine is designed specifically for die/mold and aerospace, and the VC0852 machining center is built with heavy-duty box ways. The H-12 bridge-type CNC machining center delivers superior surface finish, high precision, and fast throughput with an inline direct-drive spindle with roller-type rails on all axes. The close proximity of the spindle to the bridge casting reduces over- hang and the ladder design of the bridge provides greater sup- port to the head casting. Direct-coupled ballscrews increase accuracy and the absolute encoders provide fast start-up. Takumi


Ph: 844-302-3792 Web site: www.takumiusa.com


Collets, Guide Bushings


Schlenker collets and guide bushings include a selection of fully sealed collets made from steel manufactured to intended use and to accept polyurethane inserts that grip the bar stock rather than steel. This allows the user to cut softer materials such as aluminum, brass, and synthetics without any marks being left on the outside dimension of the final


product. These inserts can be manufactured to grip round, square, hex, and profiled materials. The slots of the collet are enclosed with a silicone material that serves as a barrier to keep chips and


debris out of the openings. Once the bar is clamped in the polyurethane insert and the collet is in the closed position, it is entirely sealed against contamination. Edge Technologies Ph: 314-692-8388 Web site: www.edgetechnologies.com


Rigid Bridge-Style VMC


WE30Ve vertical machining center features evenly distributed rigid bridge structure and 12,000-rpm BT30 spindle, making it well- suited for the high-speed, high- precision machining of small- to medium-sized parts. The WE30Ve features a spindle drive motor with peak output of 17.5 hp (13 kW) BOE


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