6/25/2019

Flexible CNC Ideal for Machining High-Value Parts with Accuracy and Small Tolerances

Originally titled 'Flexible CNC Ideal for Machining High-Value Parts'
Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Hermle USA, Inc. will show one of its most flexible models from its High-Performance Line, the C 22, at Amerimold 2019. 

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Hermle USA Inc. will show one of its most flexible models from its high-performance line, the C 22, at Amerimold. According to the company, the C 22 is capable of short process cycles, quick workflows and the highest possible machine dynamics, making it ideal for machining high-value parts with accuracy and small tolerances. The machine has a traverse path of 450 by 600 by 330 mm and a maximum table load of 300kg. In regards to applications, the C 22 has been widely adopted by manufacturers in the die and mold industry, medical, sport and leisure, aerospace and beyond. Additionally, the C 22 can be equipped with automation technology, including the Hermle PW 150 Pallet Changer, the new RS 05-2 Robot System, the HS Flex Handling System and more.

 

 

Exhibitor

 

 

Hermle USA Inc.

Booth: 827

 

RELATED CONTENT

  • Mold Maker, Designer Recognized at Amerimold

    SPE presented its moldmaker and mold designer of the year awards to Harry Raimondi of Bales Metal Surface Solutions (Downer’s Grove, Illinois) and Chris Hanes of Micro Mold Company Inc. and Plastikos Inc. (Erie, Pennsylvania).

  • Cutting-Edge Conformal Cooling

    Recently, I reconnected with an industry colleague who will bring some international expertise to the states this May to discuss one of the hot topics in moldmaking today: conformal cooling. And, this will be followed up at Amerimold in June.

  • VIDEO: How Five-Axis Continuous Machining Can Advance the Manufacture of Complex Molds

    MoldMaking Technology Senior Editor Cynthia Kustush interviews Greg Pozzo, applications team leader for Makino, to learn more about the company's introduction of five-axis continuous machining and its benefits for moldmaking.

Related Topics

Resources