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the OSP-5000 series. Today’s controls include intelligent technologies like SERVONAVI, which improves cycle times and accuracy by optimizing movement control based on workpiece weight and machine conditions, and Machining


Improve machine utilization.


Even in the dark. Rotary Loading System RLS – Your Entry into High-Efficiency Production


Economical – A basis for the cost-effective machining is optimizing the feeding of parts in and out the machining center Flexibility – With its modular design, the Liebherr RLS Rotary Loading System offers a high degree of flexibility User-friendly – The proven Soflex PCS cell controller is user-friendly and offers integrated order planning


Quality and Reliability – Quality is the top priority for Liebherr. When producing our products, every stage is monitored ensuring world-class products with the highest reliability and service life


Navi which provide optimal cutting conditions for chatter suppression,” said Klippstein. “HMCs are going to give the user better spindle utiliza- tion, but performance is only as good as your setup and how well you monitor the process,” said Anderson. “There are still ways for quick-change tooling to set processes up quickly. What I love about HMCs is the ability to amortize labor rates across multiple machines. In most traditional machine shops running verticals, you have one man standing in front of one machine. Every time that part is out, the operator is involved in changing the part out, changing tooling out, and getting the next setup going. Not so with HMCs, especially with the automation possibilities that are available for HMCs.”


Innovative HMC Design Targets Specialty Markets In cooperation with KIWA Machinery Japan, Methods Methods Machine Tools Inc. (Sudbury, MA) has introduced the Triple H 40 horizontal machining center with column traverse and stationary table that allows for heavier work loads. Target applications include specialized equipment, automotive, automation, and nontraditional markets. “This isn’t your typical HMC,” said Bernie Otto, Methods’ KIWA product manager. “In


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this design, the table is fi xed and the X- Y-Z axes ballscrews and roller guides all travel behind the machine’s X-Y-Z way covers. The fi xed table design allows heavier work loads because you aren’t moving at a high rapid traverse rate. The result is that the machine’s load capacity can go up to 2200 lb [1000-kg].” The Triple H 40 HMC is well-suited for larger fi xturing and also supports good access for automation to the machine. This enables a compact ma- chining area of 43.31" W (1100 mm) × 23.62" L (600 mm) × 31.50" H (800


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