KAISER’s entire digital head lineup will be on display at IMTS Booth W-1600, including the new Series 112 EWD 2-32 made for small machines with tight work envelopes. This is KAISER’s smallest digital precision boring head with a concentric insert holder, and outside the digital vs. analog readout, has exactly the same characteristics as the existing EWN 2-32 boring head. Features include power management for optimized battery life, a display that can be changed to show diameter adjustment in millimeters or inches, IP 69K seal rating, minimized imbalance with tool carrier in center position and optimized bore depth by a through-hole tool carrier.
BIG Daishowa will feature an exciting enhancement to a product that has demonstrated immense utility as of late—angle heads. These new extended reach angle heads are designed for drilling and key slotting in deep and hard-to-reach sections of a workpiece. They utilize +100mm (3.937”), +200mm (7.874”) and +300mm (11.811”) extensions on our standard angle heads to vastly increase reach. Even amid the ongoing proliferation of increasingly sophisticated multi-axis machine tools, the relatively simple angle head has proven to play a critical role in the production of complex-geometry parts. And now, an extended range of angle head exponentially increases access to deep and accurate cutting.
Speroni will also present its newest innovation, the benchtop MAGIS CNC. This tool presetter and measuring system is numerically controlled for operator-independent measuring results, in addition to fast, μ-precise axis positioning. Together with the optional Autofocus spindle, an operator can automatically execute measuring cycles, speeding up the measurement process and guaranteeing even more precision. The unmatched repeatability and quality will further increase efficiency and profitability in any operation.