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screen interface for intuitive operation. The neo’s integrated camera and 3D touch probe are designed to eliminate the time-consuming task of setting up jobs by using automatic recognition of the workpiece location which is drawn by the operator directly onto the touch screen. The interface quickly guides users through the milling process much like a smartphone or tablet app. Beginners benefi t from the simple user interface and graphics. Datron Dynamics Ph: 603-672-8890 Web site: www.datron.com/imts


Workholding Products LMC Workholding is introducing its newest global partner at IMTS, Rotomors of Turin, Italy, and a new 2.2-m chuck from this partnership, an automatic self-centering, down- clamping chuck. Also being shown are a variety of LMC’s workholding products, including face drivers, wheel chucks, cylinders, steady rests, and specialty workholding products. LMC makes all types of workholding with a heavy emphasis currently on rotational workholding and aluminum wheel manufacturing systems. Products include standard and special chucks and cylinders up to 7 mm in diameter, manual and hydraulic steady rest systems and integration, face drivers, centers and many other types of standard and super- precision chucks, cylinders and fi xtures. LMC Workholding Ph: 574-735-0225 Web site: www.lmcworkholding.com


Optical, Touch Inspection, Gear Tester Marshaft Scope 600 plus 3D combines optical and touch sen- sors in the same unit, providing 3D functionality and complete inspection of the workpiece in a single measurement. In a mat- ter of seconds, the matrix cam- era optically measures char- acteristics such as diameter, length, radius, shape, location characteristics, etc., while a 2D sensor detects features that are not optically measureable, such as cam lift on concave cam profi les and reference (clock- ing) features such as holes or keyways. Also being exhibited is the MarGear GMX 400 Class 1 Universal Gear Tester that provides fast, accurate analysis


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for a wide range of gear and gear tool applications on gears with ODs up to 400 mm. Part of the Mahr GMX Series, the GMX 400 incorporates a four-axis Power PC controller with automatic tailstock and a high-accuracy 3D scanning probe head. The GMX 400 provides an excellent solution for both universal and specialized gear manufacturing processes. Mahr Federal Inc. Ph: 800-343-2050 Web Site: www.mahr.com


Economic Blasting Technology Shot-blast machines are used for cleaning, roughening, shot peening, or fi nishing product surfaces. Precisely de- signed and manufactured, blast machines can be tailored to a customer’s requirements. AGTOS blast machines are well-known for their ability to provide an eco- nomic solution for manufacturers seeking the best possible product performance and preservation. Ped- dinghaus is the re-


gional contact for customers in the US, supplying machines that are backed by an extensive service program. AGTOS is presenting about Wheel Blasting Technology as part of the joint German Pavilion. Peddinghaus Corp. Ph: 815-937-3800 Web site: www.peddinghaus.com


Hybrid Multitasking Machine Compact, cost-effective VC-500 AM Hybrid Multi-Tasking machine combines full fi ve-axis capability and additive tech- nology to optimize product design, reduce time to market and cut R&D costs. The machine builds part features to near-net shape up to 10 times faster than comparable systems without wast- ing expensive material and losing time by sub- tracting large amounts of metal from a solid material using normal


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