Automatic Tool Changer Designed to Increase Production Process Efficiency
Cheto Corporation announces an automatic tool changer that enables automatic switching between drilling and milling for the company’s machines.
Cheto Corporation announces an automatic tool changer that enables automatic switching between drilling and milling for the company’s machines. Users can change deep hole drilling tools and also automatically modify the deep hole drilling process mode into the milling one without any manual operator intervention. Before starting machining, the user can equip drilling tools up to 250 tools and up to five gundrills, and then the machine mills and drills automatically.
The company’s developed software covers a range of control options: torque, feed, coolant, pressure and emulsion/oil flow, as well as vibrations. While aiming for efficiency and cost-saving, the software analyzes and evaluates processes. It then identifies intersections and variations and automatically adjusts the drilling parameters. In doing so, the software enables a continuous production process while protecting tool life.
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