Production Machining

JUL 2013

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PRODUCTS Low-Profle Cart Eliminates Bending and Dragging Machining Math Software Now Available for PCs The L44 low profle cart is designed to eliminate bending and Calculated Industries has introduced moving heavy plastic a Windows-compatible software totes or makeshift version of the machining math tool, bins across the shop Machinist Calc Pro for Windows, foor. Bending and an easy-to-use program that lets dragging dense loads machining pros use advanced of metal chips or machining math calculations and parts is difcult and reference tools without leaving their can cause back injury. estimating, scheduling, CAD/CAM, Mounted on 4" phe- CNC or other machining programs, nolic casters, the L44 the company says. Precise machin- cart bottom is only ing outputs for tasks such as bolt 2-3/8" inches from the foor. Cart rolls smoothly and can be easily pattern layouts can be printed instantly or pasted into spreadsheets, maneuvered by one person. plans or instructions. The cart has a capacity of 6.9 cu. ft., but with an overall height Machinist Calc Pro for Windows has more complete thread data of only 15 1/2 inches, this cart fts snugly next to machine tools, than the machinery's Handbook, including thread and drill size under discharge, conveyor belts and tables. Push handle is remov- chart look-ups, speeds and feeds, right triangle solutions, trigono- able to allow placement in tight spaces. The L44 can be dumped metric functions and much more. The software is compatible with from a fork lift using the optional DF-1044 dumping frame. Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 operating systems. :: Cecor Inc. :: Calculated Industries 800-356-9042 800-854-8075 cecor.net calculated.com/prd311/Machinist+Calc+Pro.html productionmachining.com :: 55

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