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PRODUCT PREVIEWS


TRUaccuracy technology. The CMM’s wireless probe enables the instant capture of coordinates—all while being free of any rigid measurement setup to help keep up with improved quality standards. Measurement volume can be easily and dynamically extended, and new ergonomic sturdy design


ensures hardware reliability. Creaform


Ph: 418-833-4446 Web site: www.creaform3d.com


Smart Sensor The Internet of Things, Services and People (IoTSP) is ABB’s concept to enable customers to take advantage of digita- lization. The smart sensor


provides information on operating and condition parmeters such as vibration, temperature or overload and calculates


power consumption. The sensors can be installed at the fac-


tory or retrofi tted on already operating low-voltage motors. ABB


Ph: 800-435-2526 Web site: abb.com/us


Recycling System The next generation of the WasteWizard recy- cling system now features advanced Siemens controls with programmable digital color display screen and expandable modules. The new WasteWizard also features a patented process to fi lter out and collect soluble waste contaminates while purifying components that can be reused. WasteWizard is available with a standard 55-gal


(200-L) drum. Ransohoff


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Parting Off and Deep-Grooving Inserts CoroCut QD dedicated parting off and deep-grooving tools are now available in smaller insert widths with internal high- pressure coolant to boost production effi ciency. Wider insert blades cut away more material than necessary. The excess ends up in the chip bin. A thinner insert blade not only wastes less material but also allows for more parts per bar when parting off using a bar feeder. This material


savings is important for those who machine components made of expensive materials, such as heat resistant super al- loys (HRSAs). CoroCut QD inserts are available in 0.04, 0.05


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Ph: 800-726-3845 Web site: www.sandvik.coromant.com


Frequency Converters The EFC 3610 and EFC 5610 frequency converters can help reduce energy consumption. The frequency converters can


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