A digital update to the company’s mechanical Universal 3D-Sensor, Haimer USA’s (Villa Park, IL) Digital 3D-Sensor serves for approaching workpiece edges on milling and EDM machines. The spindle may be positioned quickly and safely on the references edge. The approaching operation can be exactly monitored on the digital display. Zero points can be set without any calculations because the spindle axis is positioned exactly on the approached edge.
The sensor displays measurements in increments of 0.00005-inch (0.001 mm) that can be easily read from a distance, such as when mounted on a large machining center. The digital display is water- and dust-proofed according to IP 64 and can be stored in the machine’s tool magazine.
U.S. Manufacturing Grows in September –– PMI Dips 0.6% to 55.4
The Institute for Supply Management reports that among the six biggest industries, food, beverage & tobacco remains the best-performing sector, with fabricated metal and chemical products growing strongly.
Crawford Co., Seaberg Industries Complete Purchase Agreement
As of Oct 2., Seaberg Industries, a manufacturer of metal fabricated and precision machined parts, components, and assemblies, will operate as part of Crawford Co.’s fabrication division.
Virtual Trade Show to Unveil Latest Mitutoyo Technologies
On Oct. 20-23, Mitutoyo America Corp., together with some of its U.S. Solution Centers, will combine live demos, education and interactive tools to engage customers and distributors. Titan Gilroy, CEO of the industrial and corporate education platform, Titans of CNC, kicks off the event.