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ProductPreviews Automated Fluid Dispensing


The new Pro Series of automated fluid-dispensing systems feature vision and laser height sensing with closed-loop encoding to provide a complete automated solution that is quick to set up, easy to program and operate. Offering advanced dispensing capabili- ties, the system has a smart CCD camera that captures detailed component part images and converts them into high-resolution digital files, a feature that simplifies tedious programming. The vision system is integrated with EFD’s new DispenseMotion software. The PRO4L Series also includes fully integrated laser height sensing that detects height variations on the surface of a product and makes corrections to the dispensing height to prevent uneven deposits and tip or workpiece damage. The advanced vision-guided DispenseMotion software simplifies setup and facilitates programming with an on-screen preview of the dispensing path. Nordson EFD’s new systems are specifically designed and configured for precise fluid dispensing using EFD syringe barrel and valve systems. Platform sizes handle a broad spectrum of customer applications and are easily integrated into in-line transfer systems, rotary tables, and pallet assembly lines. Nordson EFD LLC Ph: 800-556-3484


E-mail: info@nordsonefd.com Web site: www.nordsonefd.com


High-Production Tapping Toolholder Emuge’s Speedsynchro tool- holder features an integrated transmission of 1:4.412 for op- timizing thread production on CNC machines with synchro- nous spindles. The integrated transmission is combined with Softsynchro minimum-length compensation to efficiently work with high cutting speeds and relatively low synchro- nous machine tool speed. The toolholder compensates


for synchronization errors during the threading process. It offers easy programming and up to 40% time savings due to shortened thread production cycles resulting from combined fast acceleration and cutting speeds. Exact thread depths can be achieved as the toolholder doesn’t reverse the direction of rotation. The toolholder supports a maximum spindle speed of 2000 rpm and a maximum tapping speed of 8824 rpm. Cut- ting range is from M1–M8. An ER16 toolholder size is offered and internal coolant capability is provided. Emuge Corp. Ph: 800-323-3013 Web site: www.emuge.com


100 ManufacturingEngineeringMedia.com | November 2014 Collet Clamping System


The new 3J Collet Clamping system is well-suited for OEMs and production machining operations, providing automated concentric clamping of eight parts up to 1¾" (44 mm) in diameter on the OD. The 3J system delivers repeatability and increased rigid- ity when machining round parts. The system also provides dead length stop capabilities to allow accurate control of part Z-height dimensions during machin- ing. The system comprises an eight-station 3J clamping fixture plate, a hydraulic baseplate underneath to automate the clamping, and a pump. Hydraulic base and pump are sold separately. PAWS Workholding Ph: 866-686-7297 Web site: www.pawsworkholding.com


Fiber Laser Cutter Savagnini’s new L5 fiber laser cutters incorporates the pat- ented rotary motor-driven Compass head positioner for speed, accuracy, reliability, energy conservation, and performance. Running costs are said to be a one-third of a 4-kW CO2


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