High-precision linear guides are an important product group for NSK's Linear Motion Technology (Seiki) management unit. As a specialist in this field, the company meets the requirements of many demanding market sectors, including the machine tool industry. Many of the linear guides supplied to European customers operating in high-precision, high-quality sectors are application-specific or adaptations of standard units.
The new Tschudin Cube 350 centreless grinding machine is using NSK’s RA series of low-friction, high-rigidity roller guides, where they are helping to generate excellent levels of surface finish on machined workpieces.
With the help of metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology from global engineering company, Renishaw, UK-based Domin Fluid Power Ltd. (Domin) has produced a new range of direct drive valves. Founded in 2012, in Bristol, Domin, is disrupting the hydraulics industry by redesigning servo valves from first principles to achieve a better performing, more sustainable product at a lower price point.
In order to achieve clean end products, sharp edges, unevenness or overhang must be reliably removed during deburring metal cutting and casting processes. Until now, this required sensitivity has been achieved only by manual machining. But now, users can take their deburring process to the next level by automating it. SCHUNK, the competence leader for gripping systems and clamping technology, has expanded its portfolio for robotic material removal. It achieves perfect machining results, increases efficiency, saves costs and relieves employees from hard, fatiguing work.
Tungaloy has expanded its BoreMeister ID turning tool system with solid steel boring bars with a cylindrical shank in 4xD depth capacity and TungCap adapters with polygon-shank coupling (PSC) machine side connection in depth capacities of 2.5xD, 3xD, and 5xD, covering a comprehensive range of ID turning applications.