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Walter Helicheck Plus and Helicheck Pro machines from United Grinding North America use robotics to increase the speed and efficiency of cutting tool production and inspection.
SIC Marking’s extremely compact i-speed with pneumatically integrable system uses continuous vibrating dot peen technology to mark up to 10 characters per second in extremely high-speed production environments.
The control unit for the all-in-one Markator FlyMarker mini-Station dot peen marking system from Rocklin Manufacturing is integrated in the housing. Electromagnetic-driven marking pin eliminates need for compressed air supply.
In addition to greater data-processing capability, Pryor Technology’s updated 4000 series embedded controller integrates security features that allow different levels of access and use.
Kwik Mark’s X Series markers improve overall operation and streamline every aspect of product marking. Smarter design boasts high performance for the most demanding applications.
Dapra Marking Systems introduces the part-marking technology of Spanish manufacturer Datamark Systems to North America. Headlining the new offerings is a series of truly portable dot peen markers.
The low-volume Handy Andy X part-marking machine from Columbia Marking Tools (CMT) features wide-ranging advances. Just hook the system up to a PC, load the software, connect an air line, and you’re ready to go.
In addition to faster cycle times and easier setup, Columbia Marking Tools (CMT) bottle- and cylinder-marking machines reduce the need for secondary marking of serial numbers or tare weights. New design also allows more complex operations.
Less expensive than dot peen and laser marking systems, Columbia Marking Tools’ Mite-E-Mark plug-and-play air impact stations come with all required valves, marker mounts, and a part rest to facilitate automated production.
Coherent’s EasyMark XL has a small footprint (770 mm by 540 mm by 750 mm), but a large marking field (240 mm by 240 mm). Beam-delivery optics with 120-mm range of motion on a precision rail for focus adjustment.
Developed to support both Fanuc and Siemens CNC systems, Marposs Corp.’s software package improves machining operations by automating measurement processes and reporting for the company’s optical and radio touch probes.
Marposs Corp.’s C-THRU4.0 software collects, processes, and integrates data from a fleet of machine tools via a single hub that integrates with manufacturing execution system (MES) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.
Industrial Magnetics, Inc. Welcomes Regional Manager
Navy veteran Aaron Evans is IMI’s new Western U.S regional manager.
Amid Disruptions, COVID’s Created Opportunity, Survey Finds
A report from Fictiv shows a nearly universal trend among senior decision makers in healthcare, robotics and other industries prioritizing digital transformation and emphasizing supply chain stability.