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SEP 2018

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Modern Machine Shop 161 IMTS 2018 Products On Display techspex.com IN PARTNERSHIP WITH: Search Machines Smarter. Machining Center Drill/Tap Boring Mill Milling Machine Machine Type: The Machine Tool Search Engine heat-symmetrical structure provides thermal stability. The company's original cooling system enables the rotary tool module inside the turret to maintain process- ing quality, even during prolonged operation. In addition, the independent orthogonal structure of the X, Y and Z axes reduces feed error. The swing over bed measures 28.7", with a maxi- mum cutting diameter of 24.8" and a maximum cutting length of 22.2". The spindle rotates as fast as 5,000 rpm, and the 8" chuck on the main spindle accommo- dates a maximum bar size of 2.56". A range of options are available, including an automatic tool presetter, a parts catcher with conveyor belt and a sub-spindle. | Hwacheon Machinery America Inc. | South, Level 3, Booth 338119 Self-Centering Vise Features Reversible Jaws Hirschmann Engineering is displaying the Kohn ZSS 80 AUT self-centering vise. Designed for use with all zero-point clamping systems, it is available in two bed lengths and clamping ranges. Built for medium-size and large workpieces, the vise is said to be lightweight enough for mid-range robotic systems. The vise fea- tures reversible, two-stepped jaw attachments with grip bars for non-machined surfaces and has a center- ing accuracy of ±0.02 mm. The vise can be mounted directly to the machine or used with the company's 9000 pallet system. | Hirschmann Engineering USA Inc. | East, Level 3, Booth 134812

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