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said. The company is “always trying to improve on existing machines to better meet the market needs. New machines are introduced about every two years.” The company introduces these machines at the Japanese International Machine Tool Fair (JIM- TOF) in Tokyo or IMTS in Chicago. The company also has an engineering technology


center, which develops attachments for its machines. Marubeni Citizen-Cincom recently introduced a


sories include a pneumatic unit, C-axis control, back four-spindle unit, four-spindle sleeve holder and parts ejection detector. Optional accessories include a tool setter, three-spindle front drilling unit and broken drill detector. “We are seeing a high percentage of Star CNC


machines being used for the processing of titanium, which is not diffi cult to machine,” Bursac said. “Sharp tooling is required with high pressure coolant for chip removal and cooling. “Cobalt chromium and nickel,


however, are much more diffi cult to machine,” he said. “For these appli- cations, our machines are especially rigged….Success in the machining of these materials requires program- mers who have extensive knowledge regarding the feeds and speeds which the tools can take.”


New Models A Marubeni Citizen-Cincom machine works on a part.


laser cutting attachment that is now available on its L-Series Swiss turning machines. “By adding the laser cutter, we have combined two different technologies onto one machine,” Crews said. As for diffi cult-to-machine materials, “Our


machines have always been able to machine these diffi cult materials,” Crews said. “With the right cut- ting tools, our machines have the rigidity required to machine these materials consistently.”


‘Fully Engaged’ Star CNC’s Bursac said his company “is fully engaged in developing new products that meet and exceed the needs and demands of this rapidly chang- ing industry. Our success depends on it.” Star CNC introduces “one new machine per year at least” and sometimes more, he said. Most Star CNC machines can be used in the medical industry, according to the company. Models used in medical include the SR-20 line. The SR-20RIII is the company’s newest machine, according to Star CNC’s website. Standard acces-


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Gildemeister Italia has intro- duced three new product lines, each with four new models, since 2013. The product line related to medical is the new Sprint 20 – 32. It began


with the Sprint 20 l 5 in June 2014, followed by Sprint 32 l 5 and 32 l 8 in October 2015 and Sprint 20 l 8 in February. The new models demonstrate DMG Mori’s invest- ment and “more active commitment in the Swiss market, both on a local and global scale,” Musante said. “We are still developing this product line and plan to further invest in Swiss-style machines. We come out with a machine every six months.” “The medical market is going to increase,” Musante said. “We have to invest and establish our presence.”


DMG Mori USA 847-593-5400 / us.dmgmori.com


Marubeni Citizen-Cincom Inc. 201-818-0100 / marucit.com/


Morris Group Inc. (Tsugami LaserSwiss machines) 860-687-3475 / morrisgroupinc.com


Star CNC Machine Tool Corp. 516-484-0500 / starcnc.com/


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