See the Newest Mitsubishi Technology at Houstex 2011

MC Machinery Systems, Inc. will display several product lines at Houstex. Mitsubishi backs its supply chain of complementary technologies with industry-leading service and support. See the newest in EDM and waterjet technology at Houstex booth 1320.

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Mitsubishi will showcase its newest, large-capacity wire EDM, the BA24. The machine’s 16.5-inch fully submerged Z axis makes it ideal for the large oil and gas components typical to this region. The machine’s new V350II power supply with anti-electrolysis technology helps achieve the high performance machining. 

Mitsubishi will also showcase its waterjet technology, displaying the Suprema DX510. The machine was designed with an Independent Frame/Tank Design which separates the machine frame, ways and drive system from the worktank so machining accuracy is not affected by large or heavy workpieces.  Laser compensation of all machine axes insures the highest degree of positioning accuracy in the business.

The Mitsubishi Waterjet line is designed to complement EDM technology with the precision of Mitsubishi controls and servo system. Software on the 4-axis DX510 features Intelligent Tapering Control, which corrects the natural tapering of the cut automatically. Through the CNC it inclines the water jet up to ± 2 degrees while pointing the jet towards the cutting direction. This process allows for the optimum cutting speed in a contour with accurate wall straightness.

Mitsubishi’s superior products are backed by industry-leading service and support. With regional satellite service locations across the country, our localized service teams can respond instantly. Our knowledgeable service team will be at the booth to discuss how Mitsubishi goes above and beyond to deliver excellence in customer service. 

Mitsubishi upholds its reputation as a world leader in EDM and exceeds expectations by constantly delivering more sophisticated technology and dependability.

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