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Plans Set for CMTS 2015

July 31, 2015 8:58:47 AM

We will have a wide range of our latest machining technology on display at the upcoming CMTS event, September 28 – October 1 in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The booth will feature the latest advances available from MC Machinery, including our exclusive hybrid additive manufacturing offering, wire EDM technology, as well as milling and turning centers. You'll find it all at booth #1426.

Additive
Available exclusively from MC Machinery, the LUMEX Avance-25 metal laser sintering hybrid milling machine is one of the only machines in the world which relies on one-machine, one-process manufacturing of complex molds and parts by fusing metal laser sintering (3D SLS) technology with high-speed milling technology. The machine enables production of complicated parts through total manufacturing using digital engineering and 3D data.

EDM
On hand from our industry-leading EDM line will be an MV series wire machine. The versatile machine series features improved construction, auto-threading, internal machine communication, power supply technology and operating cost reduction. See firsthand Mitsubishi EDM’s continued dedication to high precision and innovative technology with the new non-contact Cylindrical Drive System.      

Milling and Turning
DM Series milling machines are great in mold and die applications and with the help of linear scales and roller guide-ways, excel in close-tolerance work. The 20,000-RPM HSK-A63 spindle features a more rigid and accurate tooling system with the flexibility to do fine, intricate work. The 32-position automatic tool changer will provide better tool-life management and increase the machines' productivity.

And finally, a versatile turning solution designed for machining hard materials, the LT-350 can cover a wide range of applications. The full-enclosure, FC30 Meehanite cast-iron design features a 30-degree slant bed for excellent support to the spindle head, turret and tailstock with low gravity. High-precision linear guideways and a rigid, servo-driven turret enable rapid travel speeds and smooth, heavy-duty cutting. The Mitsubishi M70V Series control includes a state-of-the-art 64-bit RISC processing unit with ultra-high-speed fiber-optic backplane. This allows for extensive program look-ahead (337 blocks) and 33,700-BPM processing.

We hope to see you outside Toronto in a few weeks. 

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