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Lawson Products’ nonloading Blue-Kote flap disc incorporates aluminum oxide grain for excellent grinding and smooth, scratch-free finishing. The long-lasting disc reduces costs by saving process time and eliminating the need for product changeover.
All an operator needs to change the grinding head on the BG448 from Kalamazoo Industries from vertical to horizontal (or any position between) is an Allen wrench. Insert wrench in holes on the contact wheel, loosen the socket head cap screws slightly, tilt head, and re-secure.
To enable high-volume gear production, Horn USA will develop a carbide milling tool and machining program to produce defined chamfers based on material and gear tooth geometry. The service quickly pays for itself and doesn’t require special workholding.
Dynabrade’s replacement pads fit the company’s Dynorbital Extreme and Dynorbital-Spirit random orbital sanders as well as most competitive brands. Co-branding and private label opportunities are available.
ATI Industrial Automation’s electric RCE-710 has built-in radial compliance with single-axis lockout to facilitate robot programming. Available as a complete end-effector package, the robust tool handles a wide range of material-removal tasks.
In addition to Swiss-style speed and accuracy, Tsugami’s SS327-III-5AX cuts contoured shapes using a servo-driven B-axis that turns the CNC lathe into a multitasking turning center that can drill, tap, and end mill any angle.
Tormach’s 8L lathe provides operators with everything they need to face, turn, bore, groove, and thread 1-inch-diameter materials including stainless steel and titanium. They can add a 3- or 4-jaw chuck to cut the stock for workpieces up to 8 inches in diameter.
Designed around the BTA deep-hole drilling process in cylindrical parts, Sunnen’s heavy-duty SHDD Series performs similar processes including counterboring, pull boring, trepanning, bottom forming, and skiving/roller burnishing.
Featuring a large machining area envelope and short tool spindle, the highly efficient Nakamura-Tome JX-250 mill/turn machining center from Methods Machine Tools allows maximum part length and performs left and right simultaneous machining.
Like the company’s other combination mills, Kent Industrial’s KTM-VH500EVS enhances efficiency by enabling operators to perform horizontal and vertical milling with the same machine. Operators can make heavier, deeper cuts without extra setup time.
The geared drive system and electronic variable speed (EVS) motor on JPW Industries’ 20-inch Powermatic PM2820EVS enable the drill press to easily pre-drill and drill for assembly, spindle sanding, fixturing, and countersinking.
Datron Dynamic’s compact MXCube was designed from the ground up as a high-speed milling solution that improves and accelerates workflow through simple and clean operation that virtually eliminates post-processing.
New On-Demand Learning Center for CNC Programmers
ESPRIT debuts an online, self-paced, learn-anywhere series of e-courses that guide users through numerous machine models and part models to introduce users to different machining processes in ESPRIT.
James Kim Named CEO of Doosan Machine Tools America
With 18 years of director and vice president roles invested in the U.S. operations, Kim has served at Dooson for a total of 37 years. He’s known for establishing trust and building authentic relationships.
Manufacturing Industry Invited to Take Reshoring Survey
AMT and the Reshoring Initiative will use the survey results to identify which processes, products and components face the most pressure from imports and which offer the biggest opportunities to reshore. Part of AMT’s “Rebuilding the Supply Chain” initiative, the survey is open to OEMs, job shops, technology suppliers and distributors through the end of February.