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retrofi ttable robot interface that allows our machines to be integrated into an automated system managed by a master cell controller ,” said Einberger. “Our design choices are intended to maintain and


increase performance levels while becoming more reliable from a total cost of ownership point of view. Our customers expect it, and we’ve been able to achieve good results with something as simple as designing our HMCs to use single-piece way covers wherever possible to sig- nifi cantly increase the reliability of this often problematic machine element in a high-volume environment,” said Einberger. “Moving forward, there is an increased focus on collecting data about machine performance for main- tenance predictability, again with focus on reducing the total cost of owner- ship for our customers.”


Greater Effi ciency, Stability Sought in HMC Technology According to Bernie Otto, KIWA


products manager, Methods Machine Tools Inc. (Sudbury, MA), today’s manufacturers are striving to achieve the highest levels of effi ciency while increasing their productivity. There are many ways to approach these goals, including choosing reliable machines with greater capabilities, increasing automation and even adding techno- logically advanced accessories. To achieve a reliable machine, builders consider machine stability in their design. One example would be the KH4500-PC6 HMC, equipped with coolant-through ballscrews. Chilled ballscrews allow a machine to be more thermally stable over longer periods of time and thus more accurate. With reliable machines in place, large and small job shops are always looking for additional ways to be


more effi cient, thereby utilizing fewer people and resources. Automation is one way to increase effi ciency and can come in many forms. “The effi cient use of compact pallet pools allows the staging of additional pallets outside the work area.


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