Production Machining

NOV 2017

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Rough-Boring Tools Optimize Machining Security Sandvik Coromant Inc.'s CoroBore rough-boring tools are designed to surmount the challenges typically associated with rough boring, namely vibration, chipbreaking and process security. The rough-boring tools provide machine shops with a solution to their rough-boring requirements, the company says. By way of example, the combi- nation of CoroBore together with Coromant Capto and Coromant EH modular systems enables users to be highly flexible in production. This de- livers added value through reduced tool investment and inventory. For convenience, each solution is avail- able either separately or as part of a complete tool assembly kit. The CoroBore rough-boring tools offer excellent per- formance in ISO P (steel), M (stainless steel), K (cast iron), N (nonferrous), S (heat-resistant super alloy and titanium) and ISO H (hardened steel) materials. :: Sandvik Coromant Inc., 201-794-5000, Vertical Grinding Machine Increases Productivity DMG MORI USA Inc.'s Taiyo Koki Grinding Machine Co.'s Super- High Production vertical grinding machine features a two-place (PGV-2) or three-place (PGV-3) automatic chuck changer. These machines allow for significant increases in productivity by in- creasing spindle run time and by reducing part grinding and loading times, the company says. The chuck change time is less than three seconds with the green part being changed outside of the machine while the grinder is running. According to the company, the ability to grind internal and external diameters and faces simultaneously can increase productivity by more than 200 percent, with typical increases in spindle run time averaging between 10 percent to 15 percent. A 50-percent reduction in floor space requirements is realized by reducing the machine count necessary to perform multiple operations by doing them all simultaneously on one machine, the company says. Floor space dimensions for the PGV-3 are 63" (1,600 mm) wide × 90" (2,300 mm) deep. :: DMG MORI USA Inc., 847-593-5400 T h e o p t i m a l t o o l s f o r a e r o s p a c e m a n u f a c t u r e r s F rom jet engines to landing gear and cabin components, the multiple materials and configurations demanded by aerospace manufacturers require tooling that is not only precise but extremely rugged. For more than 28 years, Carmex has been delivering the quality, versatility, and value that has kept both major OEMs and sub-contractors in the air—and in the black. Contact your Carmex Representative 262-628-5030 or 888-628-5030 Count on Carmex for applications including: • Thread milling • Grooving • Thread turning • Chamfering • Key slotting • Special applications Whatever the material or the challenge, Carmex tooling delivers top-flight results . The optimal tools for your industry TM Lorem ipsum PRODUCTS :: 47

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