Mach 2018

09-13 April 2018

nec birmingham uk

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  • Making a MACH exhibition debut will be the new Magnet Module. This exciting new concept has been developed for the processing of complicated components or thin walled parts. Designed and developed wit ... Read More
  • Trotec Laser, a world leader in laser cutting, marking and engraving technology will showcase its high speed galvo marking lasers at MACH 2018 between April 9th – 13th. 

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  • SolidCAM UK experienced a massive boost to its business when it moved to its new Barnsley offices in 2012 and it anticipates another growth spurt when it opens its Barnsley Technology Centre. Gordon Drysdale, Managing Director says, “We ran very successful monthly seminars at our Technology Centre near Milton Keynes supported by ROMI and tooling and workholding suppliers. These seminars enabled engineers to see the whole manufacturing process from design through to the manufacture of the finished part. We outgrew that location. We are now moving the Technology Centre to Barnsley which will bring us together in one location so that customers can see our full range of services and meet all the SolidCAM UK team in a new and much bigger environment.”

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  • On Stand H19-120 at MACH 2018, workholding innovators Hainbuch will be introducing a host of new technologies to MACH alongside established product lines that have certainly proven themselves in the m ... Read More
  • If you are looking for the 'complete' workholding solution at MACH 2018, look no further than the impressive Manok stationary chuck from Hainbuch. On stand H19-120 at the Birmingham NEC from the 9th t ... Read More
  • HAINBUCH Centrotex

    08-Feb-2018 by: Hainbuch UK HAINBUCH UK LTD

    HAINBUCH to Demo Quick-Change Clamping at MACH 2018

     

    For manufacturers looking for a flexible, effective and efficient clamping system for holding components up to 300mm, the Hainbuch stand H19-120 at MACH 2018 is certainly the place to visit. From the 9th to 13th April at the Birmingham NEC, Hainbuch will be setting the new standard in precision, robust and flexible round part clamping with the centroteX quick change-over clamping system.

     

    The the fast set-up centroteX enables end users to choose the correct workholding module with the confidence that changeovers and set-ups can be conducted with ease and speed. Compatible with the industry leading TOPlus, SPANNTOP and SPANNTOP Mini workholding systems from Hainbuch, the centroteX interface can be used on turning centres, measuring and grinding machines as well as on dividing heads. The system will also accept collect chucks, mandrels, 3-Jaw chucks and fixtures, increasing the scope of the workholding device considerably.

     

    This unsurpassed flexibility drastically cuts machine down times and remoces non-cutting times from production. By achieving changeovers with astounding speed whilst attaining a change-over accuracy of less than 0.008mm, the Hainbuch centroteX generates significant financial savings for the end-user.

     

    The centroteX ensures that the machine operator uses the right workholding device every time with improved quality, productivity and flexibility. With a change-over time of less than 5 minutes, the extremely rigid and robust centroteX delivers shorter cycle times, reduced set-up and change over, as well as an improved repeat accuracy for the end-user.

     

    At MACH 2018, this remarkable system will appear alongside the impressive new Hainbuch MandoTex that will also be making a MACH debut. This standardised quick change-over interface has been developed especially for the MANDO T211/212 mandrels. With a bayonet coupling, machine and clamping device adaptor, the MandoTex offers a huge selection of standard clamping devices, unparalleled clamping forces and micron precision for the optimal workpiece clamping solution.  If you would like to learn more about how the Hainbuch quick-change centroteX and MandoTex can improve your machine utilisation, please come and visit us at MACH 2018 on Stand H19-120 or contact your local Hainbuch representative.

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  • The next generation of Citizen’s advanced CNC system featuring touch screen and qwerty keyboard is to be launched at MACH 2018 as a key feature on the new Cincom D25-VIII and -VII sliding headstock tu ... Read More
  • Such has been the impact of installing a Citizen Cincom sliding head turn-mill centre with low frequency vibration (LFV) cutting technology that Roscomac immediately increased its installed base to th ... Read More
  • After decades of focus on export markets, UK customers are becoming more important than ever in the manufacturing supply chain, a trend that is increasing rapidly according to Tewkesbury-based industrial parts washing specialist MecWash... 

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  • Sir Ben Ainslie set to open MACH 2018

    07-Feb-2018 by: Tom Lane
    The largest manufacturing and engineering exhibition in the UK, MACH 2018, is set to open in April at the NEC in Birmingham. This five-day celebration of UK manufacturing will be officially opened (on 9th April) by the most successful sailor in Olympic history, Sir Ben Ainslie.  Read More
  • Tornos MultiSwiss8x26

    06-Feb-2018 by: Tornos UK TORNOS UK LTD
    At MACH2018, we will be introducing our popular MultiSwiss range of multi--spindle turning centres. With th MutliSwiss8x26 we will be looking forwards to MACH visitors reaction to the machine. As one ... Read More
  • Tornos SwissNano

    06-Feb-2018 by: Tornos UK TORNOS UK LTD
    At MACH2018, we will be intraoducing out industry leading SwissNano turning centre for the machining of particularly smal parts. On stand H19-312 we will be showing the micron precision SwissNano. We ... Read More
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