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The 8065 CNC is a high speed CNC built for demanding high performance machining centre applications with five axis machining capability. 

It includes parallel kinematics, spherical spindles, and rotary tables. It allows for the integration of application specific kinematics designed for customized machining centre applications. Combined with high performance features such as RTCP interpolation and volumetric compensation, it results in a high quality part finish
coupled with outstanding accuracy. 

The control also features the company’s High Speed Surface Accuracy (HSSA), which monitors the execution of the program in real time, while analyzing the micro-segments of the programmed tool path to achieve smooth and uniformed machine performance for linear and rotary axes. The control now combines the algorithms for accuracy (Conterror) and speed (Fast), which allows the user to adapt the behaviour of the machine to the requirements of the part.

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Sandvik Additive, Renishaw collaborate on additive manufacturing materials

Renishaw is collaborating with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing to qualify new additive manufacturing (AM) materials for production applications. This encompasses a broad range of metal powders, including new alloy compositions optimized for the laser powder-bed fusion (LPBF) process and which provide superior material properties.

Simultaneous machining and interpolation

GROB Systems’ second-generation G350 5-Axis Universal Machining Center features compact design, maximum milling performance, high visibility, and optimized work area access.

Motion feedback controler

Heidenhain’s new high accuracy motion feedback encoder can now be used for absolute positioning in machines in the semiconductor, metrology and robotic industries. 

Using exothermic cutting equipment

By: Curt Wilsoncroft, national specialist for Arcair, a Thermadyne brand 

The exothermic process, which has been around for many years, is a process that releases energy in the form of heat.

Face driver for milling and turning

Röhm’s CoAE face driver for turning and milling offers exchangeable driver discs and centers to machine very different workpiece geometries with just one basic setup.

Engine drives with easy-to-use remote control

Lincoln Electric has extended its wireless remote capability to an additional engine driven welder model: the SAE-300 MP with a Kubota engine and standard grey paint.

One saddle lathe cuts range of exotic materials

The Okuma Genos L3000 is an affordable, leading edge, high production technology features an integral spindle for powerful, high precision CNC machining. The machine is available in Canada from EMEC Machine Tools in Eastern Canada and Thomas Skinner in Western Canada.

Turning-milling machines

The Focus CNC turning-milling machines Linear Way series from Heinman Machinery are offered in several models, including the multi-functional FNL-220LSY series multi-axis lathe designed with a 30° slant bed, rigid linear way structure and a programmable tailstock.

Multisensor measuring for complex parts

Carl Zeiss's O-Inspect multisensor measuring machine offers easy, accurate and efficient measurement of complext parts, claims the company.

Air cooled cutting head on 6 kW fiber laser

Salvagnini has introduced a new fiber laser cutting syste, the L3-30 fiber laser designed with a new air cooled cutting head and 6 kW resonator.

Machining Case Study: Going Vertical

by Kip Hanson

Vancouver job shop takes turning in a new direction

Slim profile HDC straight shank tool holder

A new hydraulic tool holder featuring extremely slim design has been introduced by BIG KAISER

Through-coolant system for Swiss style machines

Rego-Fix has introduced a new addition to its line of reCool retrofittable coolant-through sytems, the reCool RCR/ERM which allows for the use of emulsion or pure oil coolants.

Manual measuring systems slashes 30% off production cycles

United Grinding's Heliset Plus is a new manual measuring system from Walter that contributes to the reduction of complex tool machining time by as much as 30 per cent, according to the company.

Aluminum big part of Magna ultralight door

Magna International Inc., in cooperation with the US Department of Energy (DOE) and partners FCA US and Grupo Antolin, announced it has developed a new, ultralight door architecture that achieves the project objective of 42.5 per cent mass savings compared to an average current production door.

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