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PRODUCT PREVIEWS


via ultra-precise calibration of the entire image fi eld. By enabling auto- matic process alignment and visual quality control of laser processing results, SCANalign prevents rejects and cuts costs. With the SCANalign image processing solution, a camera captures images coaxially via a camera adapter or side-mounted standard objective. Intelligent algo-


rithms then transfer acquired image data as laser coordinates to enable direct correction of laser scan processes. Scanlab AG


Ph: +49 89 800 746-0 Web site: www.scanlab.de/en


Solid-Carbide Round Tools MK Tools’ solid-carbide round tools introduce new “Speed-Drill R4” geometry, offering unparalleled cut- ting speeds and unprecedented tool life in gray cast iron, ductile iron and forged steel—all popular materials in automotive engine and chassis components. With a new corner radius design which is tangential to the drill point but nontangential to the diameter, these designs address challenging, high-pro- duction drilling applications. Tooling options include standard drill and end mill programs for all material groups; special tools include step drills, core drills, reamers, tapered drills, tapered reamers and combination tools (drilling – milling). Monaghan Tooling Group Ph: 800-732-4565 Web site: www.monaghantooling.com


Micro Hardness Testers Wilson VH1102 and VH1202 micro hardness testers can be used both in quality control and research and develop- ment. The instruments feature deadweight loads from 10 g up to 2 kg and nine different, automatically selectable load- ing stages. The new universal hardness testers offer a fl ex- ible, cost-effi cient and reliable


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solution for Knoop and Vickers micro-hardness testing in accordance with ISO 6507, 9385 and 4546 or ASTM E384 and E92. Both models feature an ergonomic, adjustable 7” (178-mm) color touchscreen for rapid test method selection and data collection. The system is highly intuitive to use and can be operated by less extensively trained staff after a brief period of training. Buehler


Ph: 847-295-6500 Web site: www.buehler.com


Lift-and-Tilt Tables


Integrating the height adjustment of a scissor lift with tilt func- tions ensures that workpieces are always within easy reach of the operator. Lifting capacities of 2000–4000 lb (900–1800 kg) and a tilt range of up to 60° are suitable for a wide range of assembly line or batch-production applications. All Verti- Lift lift-and-tilt tables feature easily accessible internal power units, heavy-duty cylinders, hand or foot controls, heavy-duty tubular frames, heavy-duty hydraulic cylinders, and lifetime- lubricated kingpin bearings to ensure a long service life with no maintenance. Verti-Lift Inc.


Ph: 502 361-0180 Web site: www.verti-lift.com


Welding App


The new welding app, Sandvik Weld- ing, is available and free to download for phones and tablets from the app store for Apple and Google Play for Android devices. The app puts extensive information in the hands of welding engineers, welders, specifi - ers, project engineers and owner op- erators. Brimming with useful techni- cal data it allows users to plan which


grades to choose for which jobs, make ferrite calculations, determine the level of heat input for a specifi c grade, select fi ller material and get help. There is full information on welding parameters, gas shielding, maximum interpass temperatures and post-weld treatments. All calculations and recommenda- tions are designed to help operators and planners ensure a good weld metallurgy being achieved in the weldment while maintaining optimum material properties. Sandvik Wire and Heating Technology Ph: 800-359-9442 Web site: http://smt.sandvik.com/en/


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