5/20/2019

Machining Center’s Operational Design Suited for Precision

Originally titled 'Machining Center’s Operational Design Suited for Precision'
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Heidenhain Corporation will display the TNC 640 high performance mill-turn control with a workshop-oriented operational design and functions for users at Amerimold.

Heidenhain Corporation will display the TNC 640 high performance mill-turn control with a workshop-oriented operational design and functions for users at Amerimold. It is suited for milling-turning, HSC and five-axis machining on machines with up to 18 axes. It utilizes a touch screen technology that supplements its field-proven cycles and functions, enabling the user to operate the control screen with gestures like smartphones or tablets. Features include dynamic precision options, which improve mold surface quality and precision specifically on 3D, and dynamic efficiency features, which enables the machining center to automatically optimize speeds, and feeds cutting speeds in variable workpiece thicknesses.  

Exhibitor

Heidenhain Corporation

Booth: 611

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