Production Machining

APR 2017

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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Modular Shave Holder for Multi-Spindle Screw Machines Booth 906 Crowley Tool manufactures its own brand of modular shave holders for multi-spindle screw machines to complement its line of custom carbide insert tools. These shave holders are fully adjustable and include both micro-taper and micro-size adjustments. Other features include a quick-change insert module and either single or independently adjustable dual rollers. The rollers can be customized to a specific part's geometry when needed. These modular shave holders will directly replace other shave holder brands and are compatible with existing Crowley inserts. :: Crowley Tool Co. 615-824-5594, Swiss-Type Machining Tools for High Production Applications Booth 1224 Carmex Precision Tools LLC's Swiss-type machining tools are suit- able for high production applications as well as for machining of small parts on large machines and turning centers. Recent additions to the line include the new six cutting edge (G6) turning insert for groov- ing, parting-off, and threading and polygon inserts and tool- holders for external turning, grooving, parting and threading. The company's products are designed to deliver improved production, long tool life and better finishes with the latest materials. The company will also display its Mini Tool and Tiny Tool products. :: Carmex Precision Tools LLC 262-628-5030, AutomaƟc Barloaders for mechanical and CNC lathes 6 – 8 spindle Acme / Davenport / Gildemeister / Index / New Britain / SchüƩe / Tornos / Wickman / ZPS / Euroturn Cucchi-BLT America, Inc. | Tel. +1 224 829 1400 | | 1521 Imhoff Drive unit F Lake in the Hills - IL 60156 - USA PMTS 2017 Special show offer Acme 1 1/4 - 6 Spindle Bar Loader Special Net $93,000 Come meet Alison & Angela for more information @ booth 225 :: 71 PMTS 2017

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