Among the technology on show by YMT at last month’s MACH exhibition were a number of products making their show debut, including the Detron GFA210-S CNC rotary table.
Part of the large Detron range, the robust device features a pneumatic clamp, a worktable diameter of 210 mm and a centre bore diameter of 65H7.
Also new at MACH was the 5th Axis RockLock zero-point fixtures (pictured). This robust manual system has a quick-change action and is said to provide high levels of accuracy.
YMT exhibition staff also demonstrated the abilities of a Hedelius five-axis machine, two YCM machining centres (one a three-axis, the other a full five-axis model), a Goodway CNC turning centre and an Erowa automation system. Each of the machine tools was fitted with a range of YMT accessories to help illustrate the advantages they provide.
Another YMT production aid making a bow at MACH was the Alfa-Set 33 Swift bench-top tool-presetting machine. The Alfa-Set 33 Swift has an X axis of 250 mm and a 380 mm Z axis. YMT’s Alfa-Set range of presetting systems allow accurate tooling offset data to be supplied to CNC machines, enabling programs to be run at optimal levels and components to be produced within tolerance.
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