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SEP 2017

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Page 183 of 220 September 2017 MMS 181 WESTEC 2017 September 12 - 14 GUNDRILLING MACHINE PERFORMS COMPLEX OPERATIONS IN SINGLE FIXTURING SETUP K AYS ENGINEERING INC./DEHOFF/ ELDORADO, BOOTH 1939 Kays Engineering presents its Eldorado KM75-48 three-axis gundrilling machine, which is used to manufacture products like transmission shafts, manifolds and mold matrices. The machine includes Beckhoff controls with G-code programming for flexibility. The machine is designed to enable complex gundrilling operations to be performed with a single fixturing setup. The KM75-48 features a knee-fixture table to provide thee-axis CNC gundrilling capability. Drill capacity ranges from 0.078" to 0.75" (1.98 to 19.1 mm). Drill slide travel in the Z axis is 48" (1,219 mm), with table travel of 24" (610 mm) in the X axis and 12" (305 mm) in the Y- axis. All Eldorado machines feature hardened and ground box ways and hand-scraped mating components, which are said to damp vibration, extend tool life and improve surface finish. Kays Engineering Inc., call 660-886-9929 or visit Not just a new waterjet. Break the status-quo with the new Mach Series. Introducing improved performance and elevated service at every price point. Experience the Flow difference. Opportunity awaits. It's a Flow. BAND SAW BLADES FEATURE CARBIDE TIPS LENOX, BOOTH 2509 Lenox's Versa Pro carbide-tipped band saw blades leverage a carbide tip and the company's Honex technology to deliver long blade life across a variety of metals and cutting applications. The carbide tips are said to increase productivity. The blades are designed for cutting a range of metals including carbon steels, alloys, tool steel,

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