Schunk's Co-act EGP-C two-finger parallel gripper Click image to enlarge

Among the technologies Schunk will be exhibiting at CMTS this year are its Co-act EGP-C Electric two-finger parallel gripper and its VERO-S NSE3 premium modules.

The Co-act EGP-C Electric two-finger parallel gripper is certified for collaborative operations with an actuation via 24 V and digital I/O. The Co-act EGP-C is used for gripping and moving of small and midsized workpieces with flexible force in collaborative operations in areas of assembly, electronics and machine tool loading. It offers plug and work on cobots from Kuka, Fanuc, Yaskawa, Techman Robots, and Universal Robots.

Schunk VERO-S NSE3 Click image to enlarge

Schunk also has the new VERO-S NSE3 premium modules offer positioning and clamping in one operation. The modules are compatible with the previous VERO-S modular system and are available in more than 1,000 possible combinations. An optional, spring-actuated conus connection automatically locks the clamping interface of the modules, as soon as the clamping pin is lifted.

Iscar: High speed face milling cutters

Iscar Tool's latest innovations includes new adjustable-pocket face mills in the Alutang family, designed to carry primarily PCD or PCBN tipped inserts for use on cast iron, hardened steel, aluminum or any other non-metallic materials.

Makino: Reduced thermal distortion in EDMs

Makino's latest Ram EDM machinery, the new EDAF Series, features a new mechanical design for increased rigidity and reduced thermal distortion.

Haas: High performance turning

The new Haas ST-40 is the latest and largest addition to Haas Automation's line of new generation turning centres.

Feeler: Milling lathes

Feeler milling lathes and turning centres from Methods Machine Tools Inc. are high performance machines available in multiple configurations to meet the flexible needs of manufacturers. The machines are now available in Eastern Canada (Ontario and Quebec) through newly appointed distributor, SMS Machine Tools, Toronto.

Nikon Metrology: Anti-mould microscope design

Nikon Metrology Inc.'s latest stereoscopic microscope, the SMZ-745, is an airtight, anti-electrostatic and anti-mould designed microscope that prevents samples from being damaged by electrostatic discharge, as well as contaminants such as dust and water.

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