Cincinnati Milacron is launching the Dart, Hawk, Lancer and Viking SuperSeries ranges at the EMO ’97 show in Hanover (10-17 September).
The Dart is a low-cost vertical CNC machining centre, said by Cincinnati to be at a price comparable to manual milling machines or secondhand CNC verticals, while the Hawk is a CNC lathe offering increased rigidity, minimal vibration and better management of swarf. Both machines are operated through the PC-based A1200 Acramatic or the Fanuc 21I controllers.
The Lancer vertical milling machine is for the heavy-duty market, with a three-tonne capacity and the capability to machine tough ferrous and alloyed components.
The Viking SuperSeries is a centreless CNC grinder, compatible with the full range of grinding wheel media. Cincinnati claims the Viking maximises productivity through its fast setup and changeover times and range of applications.
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A range of modular precision grinding equipment is being released by Swedish firm UVA International at EMO ’97. The Complete Grinding Solution range is controlled by the Uvatronic II CNC system. It is intended to streamline many aspects of operation, including supply, repair, spares and training.
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A rotating version of Hainbuch’s expanding mandrel range is available from Leader Chuck Systems. Claimed as superior to conventional types, the model uses nickel-chrome steel and corrosion resistant rubber segments to give a tighter grip, more rigidity and greater precision in addition to improved service life.
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