UNISIG UNE6 2iClick image to enlarge

At IMTS 2022 in Booth 339159, UNISIG will showcase its capabilities in extreme depth-to-diameter hole drilling.

 

The company's UNE6 Series small-diameter gundrilling machines are optimized to drill deep holes in demanding materials, including high-strength titanium and surgical-grade stainless steel, and achieve superior concentricity through tool and workpiece counter rotation.

At IMTS 2022 UNISIG will highlight medical production on the UNE6-2i that features two independent high-speed spindles for production of 10" or 30" maximum part lengths and available integrated automation onboard. The machine's high accuracy allows it to drill hole diameters from 0.03-0.25" (0.8 mm-6 mm) and depth-to-diameter ratios from 20:1 to more than 100:1 in workpieces up to 11 lb (5 kg). With 28,000 rpm total drilling speed and a 3,000 psi (207 bar) flow-based coolant system, the UNE6-2i combines top process control with an intuitive smart control interface.

Customers in industries that include aerospace, automotive, energy, firearms, hydraulics, defense, and oil and gas, as well as medical and mouldmaking, can consult with application engineers and technical sales staff at IMTS to discuss optimization of applications including drilling and beyond.

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