Check out this week’s slideshow to see some of what will be on display at the show.
Contributing Editor, MoldMaking Technology
Mitsui Seiki’s VGi20A machine combines grinding, multitask machining and automation strategies, minimizing production time and maximizing accuracy and repeatability.
With rigidity, power and speed, the Blohm Profimat XT from United Grinding excels at machining large parts with high stock-removal requirements.
The Walter Helitronic Power 400 offers precise, flexible tool production from United Grinding. A Tool Studio software heightens accuracy with a 3D simulation of parts.
United Grinding’s latest product, Mägerle MFP 30, maintains emulsion and oil coolant capabilities and has an integrated tool changer.
The Walter Helitronic Raptor Diamond achieves short cycle times, improved performance and is particularly well-suited for shops that do not require automatic tool support systems or automatic grinding wheel/electrode changers.
United Grindings’ Studer S41 and S131R cylindrical grinding machines are well suited for manufacturing dies and general grinding applications respectively.
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is an accurate, comprehensive, easy-to-read and easy-to-use use guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including machining.
United Grinding’s 5-axis, space-saving Blohm PROFIMAT MC provides capabilities for modern production environments.
United Grinding offers a full 360-degree range of Studer internal cylindrical grinding machines.
Over 1500 international visitors experienced new technologies from precision machining and current trends in the manufacturing industry at the Grinding Symposium held by the United Grinding Group in Thun, Switzerland.
Through testing, brass proved to machine at high speeds on advanced machine tools with little evidence of tool wear, producing quality surface finishes and chip control.
Bourn & Koch announce the addition of Rob Swiss to their team as National Sales Manager for Gear Manufacturing Machinery
The two-day educational event will give attendees an opportunity to explore the latest grinding technologies, automation and measurement systems.
Here’s the drill (pun intended): This week’s technology blog throws a spotlight on machining.
The CVG series vertical universal cylindrical grinding machine parts can be loaded onto a fixture outside of the machine while the machine is running.
The company is experiencing initial success with its recent realignment, according to an announcement by its executive board.
Insight from several technology suppliers—in design software, mold components, programming, machines, cutting tools and measurement equipment who have been following the metric trend—may help to make the transition a smooth one.
By keeping up with your recommended preventive maintenance (PM) schedule, you can reduce your chances of having a catastrophic breakdown.
A look at one project to move away from traditionally customized moldmaking toward a level of complete automation that raises the bar on accuracy, repeatability and control.
Reducing costs, producing superior surface finishes and providing high flexibility are just a few of the advantages achieved with cylindrical grinding in mold manufacturing.
By examining the advantages, limitations, features and applications jig grinding has compared to EDM and high-speed milling, you will arm yourself with the information you need to make the right decision when it comes to purchasing your next machine tool.
Mold manufacturers who take the time to educate themselves on cylindrical grinding will reap the benefits of the advantages achieved with cylindrical grinding in their mold manufacturing operations—decreased costs, superior surface finishes and high flexibility.
A roundtable of machine tool suppliers reviews the advancements in machining technologies that push machining and tooling to their limits—and can kick every moldmaker’s capability up a notch.
Strong international appeal underscores EMO’s role as industry’s flagship fair.
Several machine models designed and manufactured at Mazak’s North American plant to be exported to several Asian countries, Brazil and Europe.
High-Speed Machining Center Offers Superior Surface Finish for Aluminum Molds