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Servo Forging Press MSE 2000 servo forging press offers the right combination of speed—faster during forming and slower when spraying and transporting parts—keeping strain on the dies low and contact times as short as possible. ServoDirect technology drives the head unit of the 2000-ton forging press and precisely controls the speed with which the die approaches the part and then moves away from it. The table ejectors of the MSE 2000 also feature an independent servodrive and are no longer coupled with the main drive as in older presses, increasing


the flexibility of part transport and accelerating the production process. The innovative machine was designed for a well- known forging company and will be used to create shafts, bevel gear wheels and other joint components. Schuler Inc.


Ph: 734-207-7200 Web site: www.schulerinc.com


Multipurpose Collet Chuck


Mega New Baby Chuck 25N is now available up to ø1" (25.4 mm) clamping for drills, reamers, and finishing end mills with 0.00004" (0.001-mm) runout accuracy. The multipur-


pose collet chuck system is designed for high-speed cutting and guarantees a 1 μm runout at the collet nose and is well suited for cutting tools with a diameter up to ø25.4 mm. These precise and versatile collet chucks are well accepted and recognized for their accuracy in high-speed applications. The chuck’s high-speed design is offered in six different collet series sizes. Mega New Baby Chuck 25N is available in BIG- PLUS (SK/BT), HSK, and BIG Capto. Two-way coolant sup- ply is available through tools or jet if tools don’t have holes. High runout precision is 0.003 mm at 4×D. BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling Inc. Ph: 847-228-7660 Web site: www.bigkaiser.com


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Aerospace Structural Aluminum Machining Next-generation design of the MAG3.EX five-axis HMC features higher spindle power and advanced motion controls while retaining full interchangeability with existing systems. The updated MAG3.EX is fully equipped to take on aluminum structural parts up to 4 m in length, including wing ribs, bulk heads, and beam-type components. XYZ-axis travels of 4000, 1500, and 1000 mm, respectively, accommodate part sizes up to 4000 × 1500 × 750 mm. The machine’s A and C axes are located within the spindle housing and provide ±110° tilting and 360° rotation. Spindle power has been increased to 130 kW, achieving maximum power at 26,000 rpm. Cutting feed rates and acceleration rates have also been improved with cutting feed rates increasing from 25.4 to 50 m/min and accel- eration rates reaching 1g. Faster axial movements, improved ATC and APC, reduce noncutting times. Makino Inc.


Ph: 513-573-7200 Web site: www.makino.com


High-Productivity HMCs


New NHP series horizontal machining centers are designed for rapid metal removal rates to meet the demands of the au- tomotive and aerospace industries, among others. Available in two models, the 400-mm pallet NHP 4000 and the 500- mm pallet NHP 5000, the NHP machines are equipped with a 15,000-rpm spindle with 40 hp (30 kW) and GU MC


/tN


of torque. For heavy cutting, a high-torque 15,000-rpm spindle with 223 ft-lb (302 /tN JT BWBJMBCMF BOE a 20,000-rpm spindle is in development for


customers with higher speed precision applications. Accel- eration/deceleration up to 1 g on X, Y and Z axes significantly enhances productivity. Ballscrew shaft and bearing cooling systems keep the temperature of fast moving axes stable, ensuring precision machining. Pallets can accommodate loads of up to 400 kg for the NHP 4000 and up to 500 kg for the NHP 5000. Doosan Machine Tools America Ph: 973-618-2500 Web site: www.doosanmachinetools.com


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