The Studer S11cylindrical grinding machine made its debut at EMO 2013 in Hannover, Germany.
The smallest machine in the company’s portfolio, it is suitable for workpieces up to 200 mm. Anyone who uses a Studer 36 and produces parts up to a maximum length of 200 mm can now use two Studer S11 machines on the same production area as that required for an S36. The one S11 has a 15 per cent higher productivity rate than the S36, says United Grinding. Two Studer S11s can produce up to 230 per cent more on the same area as that required for the S36. The new machine also feature a new design that includes a height-adjustable control panel and maintenance-friendly access, ergonomic door handles, an enlarged field of vision in the machine interior and a multi-coloured signal lamp with status visibility and integrated flash mode.