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produced from hardened high speed M2 steel, PM4 or T15 cobalt. Tough applications can be improved using coatings such as TiN, TiCN, and TiALN. Slater Tools Inc. Ph: 586-465-5000 Web site: www.slatertools.com


Heavy-Duty VMC The new MILLAC 852V II VMC offers high rigidity, heavy cutting ability and high operability for large workpieces. The strong base column construction has optimally placed ribs to counter chatter and twisting during heavy-duty


cutting. Traditional boxways are used for all axes to provide high accuracy and rigidity over the long term. With the use of a variable-speed gearhead and large-diameter spindle


bearings, this VMC can perform heavy-duty cutting and high- speed machining with high torque from low to high speeds. The X-Y- Z travels and large table designed to withstand heavy loads are well-suited for machining large, heavy workpieces. The VMC features a maximum load capacity of 8360 lb (3800 kg) with spindle speed of 6000 rpm and maximum spindle torque of 390 lb-ft (481 N•m). Okuma America Corp. Ph: 704-588-7000 Web site: www.okuma.com


Remote Diagnostics Tool


The new ProVis Remote Diagnostic tool provides technical support specialists with a clearer view of customers’ ma- chining centers, enabling troubleshooting more efficiently, diagnosing potential issues faster and maximizing machine uptime. With an Internet connection and Makino’s VNC server software, tech support specialists see a live display of the Pro5


Control, through the ProVis remote diagnostic tool. Support specialists can virtually navigate and guide the customer or field service engineer through the Pro5 control screens and the steps of machine recovery, as if he or she were actually at the machine. ProVis technology enables seeing problems on-screen and taking specific actions to solve problems or put in proprietary codes. Makino Inc.


Ph: 800-552-3288 Web site: www.makino.com


Manual Plasma Cutting and Gouging The updated PAK 200i manual plasma cutting and goug- ing system has the capacity to satisfy the most demanding manual plasma application requirements. The system delivers 100% duty cycle at 200 A and is capable of hand cutting up to 2¾” (70 mm) mild steel, as well as 10 ipm (254 mm/min) on 2” (51-mm) carbon steel; it can remove up to 25 lb (11.3 kg) of carbon steel per hour. The PAK 200i now shares the same case and common platform with the company’s other


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