Autodesk PowerMill is Autodesk India Pvt Ltd’s flagship product for manufacturers producing molds, dies, and complex parts
With the DMC 1150 V, DMG MORI presents a new construction size in the field of vertical machining centres
Elesa+Ganter offers a wide range of standard machine elements, including linear double tube actuators.
Designed especially for the Asian market to deliver a high price performance ratio.
Kennametal’s Mill 16 has a fine-pitch and medium pitch cutter body equipped with an innovative single-screw, wedge-style clamping system.
YuMi, the world’s first truly collaborative robot is a vision of the future that ABB believes will change the way we think about assembly automation.
HARTING introduces the M12 SMT, which will be available in codes A, D and X in male and female versions.
Seco Tools has expanded its family of PCBN insert grades to cover the entire spectrum of hard part turning applications.
One can use the CoroMill 745 with 25° entering angle as a productivity booster in applications where APMX is 2.8 mm (0.110 inch).
SCHUNK enlarges its program of 3-jaw quick-change chucks with the SCHUNK ROTA THW plus 400 offering more efficiency at medium sizes.
Elesa+Ganter introduces the latest extension of its product range: linear motion bearings and roller guide systems.
The SCHUNK JL1 Co-act Gripper defines the peak of what is technologically possible.
Stable machining of large diameter workpieces with a compact machine body.
ENEMAC from Germany has found a cost effective mechanical solution - the power clamping nuts ESB and ESD.
Clamping pin of the quick-change pallet system with integrated gauge balance
Launched under the company’s Pramet brand, NRM is available for both double-sided and large single-sided inserts.
The newly-developed MSE 2000 servo forging press, which Schuler will present at the EMO trade fair, considerably increases productivity.
The Han K32/55 sets new standards in the miniaturisation of rectangular connectors.
The company introduces a range of edge protection profiles with and without sealing function.
Sequence Valves by GBB enable to create hydraulic piping in parallel connections.
The URX series of CNC Rotary Tables is the latest Compact Rotary Tables by UCAM.
Twin spindle machines by Ace Manufacturing Systems are best suited for the automobile industry catering to high volume production.
SCHUNK PRONTO prism jaws allow flexible clamping of various workpiece geometries on lathe chucks.
TaeguTec has launched a brand new range of solid end mills—the RHINOSOLID line—that enable consistent, stable performance.
Even with its smallest diameter, FOURWORX delivers four times more in high-feed machining.
Hainbuch introduces Maxxos T211 – the hexagonal, super-strong mandrel.
The Feedmax –P’s new geometry and dark-coloured TiAlN coating enhances chip management and delivers high application security.
The SCHUNK TANDEM TBA-D supporting jaw system transforms the SCHUNK TANDEM plus clamping force blocks into multi-purpose powerhouses.
Mitsubishi Materials Corporation has launched the new smaller diameter vibration control end mills from the SMART MIRACLE series.
Walter is expanding the range of applications of its T2711/T2712 thread milling cutter family.
Delivering higher productivity, at higher cutting speeds with consistent repeatable results.
Haimer’s ER 16 and ER 25 shrink fit collets can be used with standard ER tool holders.
Seco Tools introduces Jetstream Tooling high-pressure coolant technology for threading shank holders.
Kennametal has introduced KBH10, a new breed of PcBN hard turning insert.
Dormer Pramet’s Multiside range is ideally suited to milling applications in a range of exotic materials.
Harting is driving the development of the standardisation of the new Single Pair Ethernet technology forward.
Seco's latest breakthrough in face milling cutters significantly boosts metal removal rates.
With the Seco Jabro-Mini JM500 line, production facilities effectively machine small parts.
Kennametal’s latest weapon in the war on chatter is one that will have machinists everywhere saying, “I need that.”