The European launch of a high precision 5-axis (W+B) boring centre range by Hartford at EMO 2011 can be specified with spindle powers up to 26 kW and develop torque levels up to 2,312 Nm through a four-step gear drive, and will be represented by the PBM 115 AG version. Following the closure of the show, the machine is to be shipped direct to the UK sole agent T W Ward CNC Machinery in Sheffield.
Already renowned for the value for money and productivity that its cutting tools provide, WNT has now introduced a three per cent incentive for those customers choosing to use Tooling Centre, WNT’s online catalogue and sales channel.
More than a decade ago, TRUMPF was the first company to introduce industrial diode-end-pumped marking lasers to the market. This made laser marking fast, economical and reliable. Today its systems are used throughout industry and in the medical technology sector in particular, for high value tasks such as product labelling, traceability and plagiarism protection.
2011 marks the 50th year in business for John Guest Limited; a significant milestone for the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality push-fit fittings. Remaining a family owned business, West Drayton based, John Guest Ltd supply its comprehensive range of products to a wide variety of demanding industries, including the automotive, plumbing, drinks dispensing, pneumatic and fibre optic markets.
The TRUMPF TruMark marking lasers are characterised by superior mark quality and a high level of application flexibility. The marks are fast, abrasion-resistant and durable. This is achieved even when the product is moving – marking on the fly – or if the mark has to be performed on several levels without moving the laser or the component. High-contrast marking on plastic materials is achieved by TRUMPF’s superior beam quality and very stable pulse-to-pulse stability.
The 19th edition of EMO, the world’s premier trade fair for metal-working technology, will take place in Hannover on 19-24 September this year. EMO is the meeting point for the entire international manufacturing industry and the global-showcase for innovation in manufacturing technology equipment and solutions.
Roemheld has just launched a new range of electric swing clamps that work without hydraulics. Only a 24V direct current is required, making these clamps ideal for applications where the use of hydraulic elements is not possible, where the clamping elements need to be controlled separately or where the clamping force must be obtained after separation from the energy supply.
The decision to introduce magnetic clamping technology from Roemheld, enabled Koziol, a German-based manufacturer of high-quality plastic design products, to extend the running time of eleven injection moulding machines by many hours.