Der neue Doppel-Spanner D2 von Gressel komplettiert den modularen Baukasten von Gressel zum individuellen und prozesssicheren Spannen von Werkstücken, die mechanisch zu bearbeiten sind. Mit den einzelnen Baureihen C2, S2 und D2 sowie den Breiten von 80, 125, 160 mm und Auswahl-Möglichkeiten an Systembacken, Wechselbacken und Zubehör ergeben sich mehr als 300 Ausrüstungs- und Ausführungs-Varianten.
HK Precision Engineering expands the range of small, powerful Workpiece clamping devices With a three-pack chuck and two two-chuck chucks for machine tools and machining centers. Workpieces can be tensioned in the center and positionally using the stationary clamping devices. Above all, in narrow spaces, the small dimensions of the machine benefit the travel distances of the machine. The patented technology allows clamping forces up to 11 kN.
For different areas in the automotive industry as well as for the processing of injection nozzles or for medical technology, deep hole drills are used in the smallest diameters. For the processing of these filigree components Mapal Has expanded its range of deep hole drills with internal cooling for machining centers to include models starting from 1 mm diameter.
With "Piranha Clamping"IBT - Ingenieurbüro Thiermann offers a precise and reliable clamping system. This was developed especially for automated machines in 5 axis machining. Users can process a variety of materials in a process-safe manner and profit from high holding forces and short secondary times.
HAM Has developed the solid carbide end mill 40-5390 and 40-5490 for roughing and finishing with high feed rates. They have a special geometry with unequal twist pitch. As a result, in addition to aluminum, other materials such as copper and cast alloys, as well as non-ferrous metals, can be milled with a high degree of smoothness.
A new technology offers higher performance in metal cutting and grinding processes. The BIX-T system of Tecnoteam optimizes the flow of the coolant, so that the can faster and absorb more heat and dissipate from the tool. So-called microbubbles shorten the machining processes considerably, without the spindle power or the coolant pressure must be increased. This is due to the Coanda effect.