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MANUAL BEVEL HEAD INCREASES WATERJET FLEXIBILITY

Bystronic Inc. (Hauppauge, NY) offers its Manual Bevel Angle cutting head option for Byjet waterjet cutting systems that cuts up to a 45 deg angle and can be used for weld preparation or the cutting of holes that must be at an angle to the plate.

LARGE FOOTPRINT WATERJET SERVES THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

OMAX (Kent, WA) presents the 55100 JetMachining® Center, one of three large-footprint JetMachining centers produced by OMAX. Designed to machine large parts, the 55100 accommodates sheets of material up to 5 ft x 10 ft and can cut complex flat parts from a wide variety of materials used for components for the oil and gas industry.

PRECISION HEAVY METAL CNC MACHINING CENTERS

The line of “Heavy Metal” CNC machining centers from Mitsui Seiki (Franklin Lakes, NJ) are the result of decades of experience and R&D in titanium and nickel alloy airframe and aerospace engine component manufacturing.

ADVANCED HYBRID LASER MACHINES

HV machines from Mitsubishi Laser (Wood Dale, IL) make up the advanced hybrid series with an open table that provides excellent operability and easy maintenance.

START TO FINISH

Michael Waltrip Racing installs a waterjet cutting system to cut 20 percent of its parts made in-house.

STEADY AS SHE GOES

The Zen of Operating Strategy: Invest wisely to meet demand. Update equipment (controls) regularly. Don’t lock your focus on a single industry. Grow with your customers. Keep up with technology. Respect your workforce.

NEW SOLID CARBIDE MICRO DRILL WITH REINFORCED SHANK

BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. introduces the newest addition to its Sphinx micro drill line. The new drill, made of fine-grained solid carbide, delivers exceptional tool life and consistent process reliability. The solid carbide micro drills are available in diameters from 0.30 mm to 1.50 mm, in steps of .01 mm, with a 3 mm reinforced shank.

NEXT-GENERATION ROTARY INDEXER IS LEAN AND MEAN

The evolution of the Hardinge 5C rotary system began in 1901 with the production of Hardinge’s first 5C collet. Hardinge introduced the 5C “threaded-nose” spindle in 1940 on a precision bench lathe. In the 1960s they manufactured a 5C manual indexer using their threaded-nose spindle and collet closer design.

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