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In addition to a user-friendly design wizard, ANCA’s ToolRoom enables cutting tool manufacturers to expand into new markets with barrel shape ballnose (BSB) and large-radii double corner radius (DCR) endmill tool types that increase productivity.
Featuring a longitudinal feed rate of 975 inches/minute and vertical feed of 17 inches/minute, Kaast’s F-Grind AH Series is equally capable of achieving a high-quality surface finish or critical dimensions on cutting and threading tools, punches and gauges.
Glebar’s PG-9DHD centerless form grinder accepts a 10-inch-wide work wheel to produce multiple parts per cycle in a single infeed motion. It shapes spherical and cylindrical components 0.050 to 4 inches in diameter.
Both a grinding and a turning machine, EMAG’s VLC 350 GT speeds transmission component production by enabling multiple machining processes of chucked parts in a single clamping operation.
Almost any operation that requires a combination of high accuracy and high force can be improved with the Eccentric Positioning System (EPS) from Coventry Associates. The grinder uses three circular rotary tables on top of each other instead of linear slide systems.
Throw out your rubber bands and twist-wire! Superior Die Set’s Cage Saver retracts ball bearing retainer cages during die-handling and -maintenance and protects the assembly from water and detergent during pressure washing.
Offering 22 and 30 tons of force, the Q5 CNC is the largest of Haco’s three turret punching machines. Automatic tool changer that rotates at a speed of 122 milliseconds eliminates wear common to traditional turret punching machines.
Veo Robotics’ FreeMove sensors-and-software system uses advanced computer vision and 3D sensing to safely turn a high-speed, heavy-load industrial robot arm into a collaborative robot (cobot) that’s faster – and thus more productive – than traditional cobots.
Designed to support intermittent interaction between human and industrial robot, ABB Robotics’ 1100 Swifti CRB (for “collaborative robot”) automatically slows, stops, and restarts depending on an employee’s presence in preprogrammed safety zones.
Hardware product teams need not choose between speed and quality because Fictiv delivers both with the integration of new quality services into its digital thread. Customers who depend on precision parts in such industries as robotics, healthcare, aerospace, and automotive have the assurance of consistent manufacturing results at an unprecedented pace.
Starrett’s AVR-FOV 0.14X has a 0.14 magnification lens. When combined with “superimage” technology that stitches images together and a touch probe, operators on the shop floor see more of each part, no matter how complex, they inspect.
Designed from the ground up from metrology scan to manufacturable model, REcreate software from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence aims to uncomplicate the reverse engineering digital workflow by reconciling incompatible data types and technologies.
New Sunrise Warranty at Trilogy Machinery
Sunrise Ironworkers’ U.S. distributor now warranties ironworkers and punching machine parts to three years and one year on labor.
Backlog of Orders Index Grows To All-Time High
The manufacturing economy continued its recovery in March, according to Institute for Supply Management’s March 2021 ‘Manufacturing ISM Report On Business.’ Backlogs are growing, as are raw materials inventories and exports and imports.
Recovery Takes Hold: February U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Increase Almost 18% Over January
Totaling $377.6 million, February’s latest orders represent a 32.2% increase year over year, according to AMT’s report. Oil and gas surprised with an uptick, and medical equipment’s rise likely resulted from hospitals catching up on elective procedures.