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Trying to find ways to cut more in a single setup without having to purchase new machines? These rotary tables can provide an affordable way to increase the productivity of your vertical machining centers.
Rugged HRT Series of T-slotted rotary tables from Haas can be mounted vertically or horizontally for added versatility in machining medium to large parts or fixtures.
Compact, rigidly built rotary tables from KME CNC provide tremendous torque capacity and easily integrate with vertical machining centers to expand three-axis capabilities into four-axis, or four-axis capabilities into five-axis by simply mounting the rotary table right on any pallet.
Instead of using 3-jaw or 4-jaw chucks, the TJR AR-5C Pneumatic Collet Rotary Table from CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies provides a highly rigid, accurate way to grip and index products suited for 5C collets.
For machining large diameter parts used mainly oil/energy applications, the Tsudakoma RCB Series extra-large center bore, dual disc hydraulic clamping rotary table from KOMA Precision uses a proprietary dual-lead worm gear system with ultra-precision cross roller bearings to deliver optimum balance between power, durability and smooth cutting performance.
Ideal for three-axis vertical machining centers, the Rotary Table Workholding System from Kurt uses a DX6 CrossOver Hydraulic vise with a trunnion mounted onto a 4th-axis rotary table to provide three-side access to the part to be machined.
Shawn Luschei is vice president of sales and marketing, Dale Anderson is inside sales manager, and Ryosuke Yatsunami is business development manager.
The intent is to increase employee productivity and ownership, eliminate income tax obligations, reinvest cash into the business and retain-recruit talent.
The TRT70 dual-axis rotary table from Haas easily fits the smallest machining center or mounts on one end of a larger machine’s table, freeing up the remainder for additional fixtures or vises.
The ultra-high precision pL Lehmann 5-axis rotary table TAP from EXSYS Tool can upgrade a small vertical machining center to do complex medical device work up to a cube of approximately 5.9 in without the expense of a new machine.
Mike Johnston now manages workholding sales and service in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana.
Kitagawa North-Tech provides turnkey systems for machine shops that face productivity challenges or specific machining problems in their vertical, horizontal, multi-axis prismatic milling and turning, forging and casting operations.
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.