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SEP 2018

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MMS SEPTEMBER 2018 200 mmsonline.com IMTS 2018 Products On Display T-Type blades and Hollow Ground blades: • M2 for general usage with excellent toughness • Cobalt for highest heat resistance and higher RPM applications • • T15PM for difficult to machine materials with good heat resistance Micro-grain Carbide Tipped Double End T-Type blades and Single End Hollow Ground blades. Solid Carbide T-Type blades for longer wear, less galling, and better finish at high speeds. All blades available tin coated. CUT-OFF BLADES PREMIER TOOLING FOR THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY Our 79th Year! 109 Scott Road, Waterbury, CT 06705 PHONE (203) 753-2114 FAX (203) 756-5489 Call Today for Our Free Tooling Catalog www.sommatool.com sales@sommatool.com Booth 432025 New Product CNC Machine Filter IMTS Booth# 237549 North Hall www.oberlinfilter.com Updated 3D-Printer Design Reduces Cost, Downtime, Waste SLM Solutions' SLM 280 3D printer prints dense metal parts with a quality surface finish, dimensional accu- racy and strength. An updated enclosure encases the machine, filters and closed-loop powder sieving station. Its 280- × 280- × 365-mm build platform, bi-direc- tional powder re-coating and open-system architecture combine with an updated filter module to reduce costs, downtime and process waste. The process waste can be disposed of as a dry mixture while the filter can be re-used continuously. According to the company, the printer builds upon the shielding gas flow of the previ- ous model to achieve homogeneous mechanical proper- ties and keep the process chamber clean. | SLM Solutions NA Inc. | West, Level 3, Booth 432304 Medium-Format AM Machine Reduces Downtime Trumpf Inc.'s TruPrint 3000 is a medium-format additive manufacturing machine geared toward the large-scale production of complex metal parts. The machine can make parts from a variety of weldable materials including steel, nickel-based alloys, titanium and aluminum. The machine uses laser metal fusion (LMF) technology and processes parts measuring as large as 300 mm in diameter and 400 mm tall. The laser's beam diameter measures between 100 and 500 microns. The system supports preheat temperatures ranging to 200°C.

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