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With the release of HyperConnect, Makino offers a suite of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications for electrical discharge machines (EDMs) that enhances user experience and efficiency, and reduces machine downtime. Available on all Makino EDMs equipped with Hyper-i control systems, HyperConnect enables shop managers and operators to easily monitor and control EDM processes from any PC, smart device or other Hyper-i control systems on the network.

“EDM operators are already faced with too much on the shop floor. The last thing we want them doing is running back and forth between machines and office spaces,” said Brian Pfluger, EDM product line manager for Makino. “HyperConnect provides these operators with accessibility to everything they need to maximize efficiency, whether they are standing at the machine, sitting in their office or working remotely.”

The HyperConnect suite boasts four primary connectivity features for shop personnel to easily monitor, plan and troubleshoot their EDM operations:

  • EDM Mail relays machine status information to operators via email during unattended operation to help reduce downtime and support multitasking abilities. It can deliver periodic, timed interval updates of a machine’s operating conditions, or alert operators of a machine stoppage at any hour.
  • The Machine Viewer is an application that permits networked access to the Hyper-i control’s NC operation screens, which allows operators to remotely view the machine control and process information from any office environment PC or enabled smart device.
  • The Machine-to-Machine Viewer feature gives operators remote access to view and control a networked Hyper-i EDM from another Hyper-i machine, preventing unnecessary foot traffic across the shop floor.
  • With the PC Viewer function, operators can achieve greater productivity with remote access to all software on a networked PC directly via the Hyper-i control and includes accessibility to any CAD/CAM software, specialized shop tracking software and Microsoft Office applications.


EDM Mail and PC Viewer functions are the most commonly utilized applications. EDM Mail is used to maximize unattended operation, whereas operators use the PC Viewer to eliminate a substantial amount of non-production motion. The collective capabilities of the HyperConnect communications suite unleash next-level IIoT networking and machine monitoring, and deliver the tools that empower manufacturers with greater flexibility and productivity.

With abundant opportunities for growth in the North American manufacturing market, Makino demonstrated the latest machining and automation solutions to keep businesses thriving at the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show. In the South Hall, attendees experienced how Makino’s latest machining centers and engineering solutions merge to create adaptive automation systems for any market or production demand, including automotive, die/mold, aerospace, medical and general production markets.

During IMTS 2016, Makino unveiled a variety of all-new machine technologies. The new versions of the a51nx and a61nx horizontal machining centers provide expanded machining capacity through several productivity-enhancing features, including vision broken tool detection, enhanced levels of inertia active control and Geometric Intelligence technologies. Expanding capability and productivity for midsize part applications, IMTS 2016 also marked the introduction of the new a71nx, a high-speed 50 taper, 500mm horizontal machining center with a standard direct-drive NC rotary table and other nx-Series next-generation technologies.

Makino demonstrated several new vertical machining platforms as well. The L2 VMC provides high-volume, small-part production capability using a minimal footprint, while the processing speeds of the new DA300 5-axis VMC reduce manufacturing time and the pallet pool system helps shrink setups and keep work flowing across the spindle quickly and efficiently.

In addition, some of Makino’s proven technologies such as the EDAF3 sinker EDM machine with Hyper-i control shows faster servo speeds in multi-axis machining and features an on-board Alicona measuring system. The U6 H.E.A.T. wire EDM machine demonstrated its on-board CAM software and easy part setup using offline part loading and a manual shuttle system. The EDBV8 EDM hole drill was also on hand to showcase fast hole-drilling for blade and vane machining.

Makino’s booth demonstrated a variety of automation systems, as detailed below:

  • The a51nx-5xu 5-axis HMC, designed with a unique work-holding magazine and large-tool magazine, can perform continuous 5-axis machining unattended for extended hours in both high-mix, low-volume and low-mix, high-volume production environments.
  • The J3 HMC with stacked axes design enables it to be easily and reliably integrated into high-volume automation concepts. Two machines are included in this cell to demonstrate serial processing of repetitive, high-volume parts.
  • A die/mold automation cell featuring an EDNC6 sinker EDM and V33i-5XB 5-axis VMC with an EROWA ERC is set up to demonstrate low-volume, high-mix production of mold components while achieving utilization rates approaching 85 percent.
  • The a40 HMC with overhead gantry system performs high-volume, parallel processing of small, nonferrous, die-cast parts.


Manufacturers are certainly using these automation tools to improve productivity, reduce costs and produce quality parts, but there is potential to deliver even better efficiency through an enterprise connected by the Internet of Things (IoT).

Makino expands its line of F-Series vertical machining centers with the new F8 and F9. Large production parts present challenges due to the size and range of the part. Big die and mold components may test the work-weight capacity of most machines, and they could pose a unique dilemma for high-speed machining techniques and the accuracy capability. Designed for power, speed, precision and versatility, the F8 and F9 are built to meet these divergent manufacturing needs in both the large part production and die and mold markets.
 
“The F8 and F9 offer hours of continuous, tight-tolerance machining at an outstanding value,” said William Howard, Makino vertical product line manager. “Their robust design provides a versatile cutting platform that is ideal for both mold making and production machining. Standardly equipped with core-cooled ballscrews and scale feedback, the F8 and F9 offer a rare blend of precision, speed, capacity and flexibility to meet and exceed customer demands.”
 
The smaller F8 features X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 51.2 inches, 31.5 inches and 25.6 inches, respectively, a 61-inch-by-31.5-inch table and a maximum workpiece size of 61 inches long by 31.5 inches wide by 21.7 inches tall. By contrast, the larger F9 features X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 63 inches, 31.5 inches and 25.6 inches, respectively, a 72.8-inch-by-31.5-inch table and a maximum workpiece size of 72.8 inches long by 31.5 inches wide by 21.7 inches tall. Both machines offer a payload capacity of 5,510 pounds and feature a 30-tool capacity automatic tool changer.
 
Changing full-size workpieces can dramatically impact large machine utilization, productivity and ultimately part costs. Therefore, the F8 and F9 incorporate a unique, dual sliding door, chip- and splash-guard design for simplified loading and unloading of large workpieces. The open-corner, open-ceiling design affords unparalleled access for setups and changeovers, improving work in progress (WIP) and overall lead-times.
 
Dual Capabilities

The F8 and F9 vertical machining centers offer a number of spindle configurations for tailoring the machine to specific die/mold or production applications.
 
The standard spindle configuration is a 49.6-hp, 10,000-rpm, CAT 50 spindle. As an option, the spindle can also be provided with an HSK-A100 spindle interface. With 315 ft-lbs of torque, this combination provides stiffness and rigidity for lower-speed roughing operations and an excellent mix of spindle speed, power and torque.
 
As an option, the F8 and F9 can be equipped with a 40.2-hp, 20,000-rpm, HSK-A63 spindle. This configuration provides the vibration-free, chatter-free, high-ranging spindle speeds required for efficient high-speed hardmilling of small details and fine surface finishes typical of the die/mold market.
 
The standard coolant system provides a combination of nozzle flood coolant, flush coolant, through-spindle air and an external air-blow nozzle. Dual internal spiral chip conveyors quickly and efficiently move chips and coolant to the rear of the machine, discharging them into a scraper-drum lift-up chip conveyor. Various, optional through-spindle coolant systems can be provided to further enhance the capability and performance of the machine.
 
Control Productivity

The F8 and F9 vertical machining centers employ the Makino Professional 5 Control, which affords the perfect balance of a Windows CE graphical user interface (GUI), touch-screen selection offering instant access to information at one’s fingertips, user-friendly, efficient PC-like capability for data management and editing, and the networking and storage capability of a data center.
 
As an option, the machine can be arranged with Makino’s proprietary, next-generation Super Geometric Intelligence (SGI.4) software developed specifically for high-feedrate, tight-tolerance machining of complex, 3-D contoured shapes involving continuous, tiny blocks of NC data that ensure production rates faster than standard CNC systems while maintaining high accuracy. SGI.4 helps provide the lowest cycle times and costs achievable by reducing machining cycle times by as much as 40 percent when compared to most other control technologies.
 
A world leader in advanced CNC machining centers, Makino is committed to providing high-performance, leading-edge machining technologies and innovative engineered process solutions that enable manufacturers to focus on making what matters. Makino offers a wide range of high-precision metal-cutting and EDM machinery, including horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, 5-axis machining centers, graphite machining centers, and wire and Ram EDMs. Makino’s flexible automation solutions provide reduced labor costs and increased throughput in a variety of production volumes and designs. Makino’s engineering services offers industry-leading expertise for even the most challenging applications across all industries.

For more information, visit: www.makino.com/vertical-machining-centers

The G7 i Grinder 5-axis horizontal machining center from Makino offers a flexible, single-platform solution for grinding, drilling and milling of aerospace blades, vanes, turbine disks and other complex grinding applications. Its multifunctional configuration paired with 5-axis capabilities enables aerospace manufacturers to eliminate setups, work in process, stack-up errors, and fixture costs. It also simplifies the manufacturing process with NC-controlled intermittent dress.

“Today’s capital equipment must be more flexible and capable than ever, removing non-value-added time from the manufacturing process,” said David Ward, horizontal product line manager at Makino. “With the G7’s capability of combined milling and grinding operations, you’re not only saving on capital equipment, but you’re also eliminating multiple set-up operations and work in progress times that add to your costs and lead-time.”

Similar to Makino’s G5 5-axis horizontal machining center, the G7 employs a 12,000-rpm HSK-63A spindle capable of handling tough-to-cut materials, such as inconel. The machine provides X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 690mm by 650mm by 730mm, respectively, accommodating workpieces with a maximum diameter of 535mm. This ability enables machining of parts one size larger than the G5, such as super-heat-resistant jet engine parts, curvic couplings and vanes (NGV). Its infinite C-axis rotation and maximum B-axis rotation of 270 degrees offer full access to three-dimensional parts for single-setup production capabilities.
 
A unique two-axis Programmable Coolant Nozzle (PCN) lets the G7 accommodate variations in wheel diameter and changes in cutting direction while maintaining ideal coolant flushing conditions. It also allows for intermittent rotary dressing, an NC-controlled, electrically powered feature that trues the wheel to reestablish profile geometry on the cutting wheel. Combined use with the standard 60-tool capacity automatic tool changer enables continuous operation to be performed, maximizing throughput.

For more information, visit: www.makino.com

Friday, 17 August 2012 10:15

Makino Launches New Website

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Makino has launched its new corporate website, featuring detailed information on products and services, and access to hundreds of technical resources that help manufacturers make what matters. The new website is mobile-compatible and offers a superior, streamlined user experience with robust content that is readily available without requiring the user to click away.
 
“We surveyed site visitors to determine what they would like most from our website,” says Mark Rentschler, marketing manager at Makino. “What we learned is that our customers want a site that is simple and quick to navigate, easy to share and updated frequently. The newly designed website meets our customers’ criteria more than ever.”
 
New features of the website include an interactive user experience that enables easy access to technical information based on desired equipment, machining process, industry and service. With each selection, users are presented with valuable resources and rich multimedia content, including webinars, videos, news and articles, related to site queries. The addition of a new product comparison tool enables users to directly compare machine specifications for faster, more detailed evaluations.
 
Along with several new additions to the site, Makino continues its highly successful webinar series with on-demand access to over 160 unique presentations. Users can also sign up to receive up-to-the-minute news, event and webinar updates. One-click access to local representative details, training information, quotes and part requests makes customer support faster and easier than ever.

Makino offers a wide range of high-precision metal-cutting and EDM machinery, including horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, 5-axis machining centers, graphite machining centers, and wire and Ram EDMs.

For more information, visit: www.makino.com

Makino announces the D300 5-axis vertical machining center as the newest entry into the 5-axis aerospace machining arena. Similar to the D500, this 5-axis machining center is designed specifically for small, complex, 3-D contouring of high-quality part production as typically seen in aerospace machining, medical manufacturing, high-end job shop and die/mold applications.

“From roughing to finishing, the D300 enables manufacturers to reduce setups, slash cycle times and improve accuracy in the toughest machining processes,” stated William Howard, Makino vertical product line manager. “The rigidity and thermal stability of its direct-drive rotary table ensures sustained dynamic accuracy, while its speed provides rapid positioning and feedrates to reduce overall lead-times.”

The D300 worktable offers a work area diameter of 300mm, accommodating workpiece sizes up to 450mm by 270mm and 120kg. The machine provides X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 300mm, 500mm and 350mm, respectively, at feed rates of up to 60,000mm per minute. Rotary table axes offer rotational motion of 240 degrees (± 120 degrees) on the A-axis and a full 360-degree (continuous rotation) on the C-axis.

The machine comes standardly equipped with a 15,000-rpm HSK-A63 spindle with 120Nm (42Nm continuous) of torque for flexible, high-speed machining of various workpiece materials including steel, aluminum and titanium. Optional spindle configurations include a 20,000-rpm HSK-A63 spindle and 30,000-rpm HSK-F63 spindle.

Direct-Drive Rotary Table

Makino uses direct-drive motor technology in the D300’s C-axis rotary table and A-axis trunnion for outstanding positioning accuracy and repeatability. The ultra-high-torque direct-drive motors also provide superior acceleration and rotary speed characteristics that can reduce cycle times of complex 5-axis simultaneous machining applications by up to 60 percent.

The D300 axis configuration is unique, delivering added precision performance. The length of the trunnion assembly runs parallel to the X-axis motion only, making the trunnion assembly deflection-free during quick axis motion for greater accuracy than traditional 5-axis configurations.

The machine features roller linear guides across all linear axes for outstanding rigidity and stiffness while maintaining very productive rapid and feedrates. Y- and Z-axes are located above the worktable, with the X-axis located under the table to ensure a cantilever-free design and highest positioning accuracies.

Professional 5 CNC Control

The D300 uses the Makino Professional 5 Control, which provides a Windows CE graphical user interface (GUI) with touch-screen access, and the networking and storage capabilities of a data center. This data center features a flexible, user-friendly program and data management for quick, seamless changes from one setup to the next. Its built-in Ethernet networking capability offers ready integration to off-machine program storage.

Also featured in the D300 is Makino’s proprietary, next-generation Super Geometric Intelligence (SGI.4) software developed specifically for high-feedrate, tight-tolerance machining of complex, 3-D contoured shapes involving continuous tiny blocks of NC data that ensures production rates faster than standard CNC systems while maintaining high accuracy. SGI.4 helps deliver the lowest cycle times and costs achievable by reducing machining cycle times on dies, complex cavities, and cores and medical parts by as much as 40 percent when compared to most other control technologies.

The D300 incorporates control enhancements to improve 5-axis machining performance and operability. The tool center point (TCP) control allows programming based on the tool tip so that tool-compensation features can be applied. Further TCP developments also improve the cutter path to achieve greater surface quality. Dedicated user-friendly screens simplify the overall application of 5-axis machining, and easy-to-apply functions prevent interference between the spindle and trunnion during automatic operation to improve risk-free production.

The machine can be easily upgraded for automation at any time with an automatic pallet changer.

A world leader in advanced CNC machining centers, Makino provides a wide range of high-precision metal-cutting and EDM machinery, including horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, 5-axis machining centers, graphite machining centers, and wire and Ram EDMs. Our flexible automation solutions provide reduced labor costs and increased throughput in a variety of production volumes and designs. With Makino engineering services, we offer industry-leading expertise for even the most challenging applications across all industries.

For more information, visit: www.makino.de/produkt-detail-en-GB/machine/191/1

Makino announces its new horizontal machining center technology, Inertia Active Control (IAC), for improved productivity through direct-drive rotary table optimization. By effectively reducing non-cut times resulting from table rotation, IAC technology gives manufacturers improved efficiency and profitability.

“Every second of non-cut time that can be eliminated from the machining process provides manufacturers with a step above the competition,” says David Ward, Makino’s horizontal product line manager. “IAC technology provides that advantage by evaluating and optimizing the acceleration and deceleration settings on a per-pallet basis. For a production manufacturer, this could mean thousands of additional parts produced on each horizontal machining center over a year’s time.”

The foundation for IAC technology lies in Makino’s direct-drive (DD) rotary table design that provides inertia feedback from the B-axis motor to the machining center’s control system. While acceleration and deceleration rates for standard rotary tables are typically set for maximum inertia and weight to ensure accuracy, IAC uses data from the DD rotary table to quickly evaluate and adjust acceleration and deceleration settings to optimal levels for the specific pallet condition.

IAC technology is currently available on Makino’s nx line of horizontal machining centers, the a51nx and a61nx. These 40-taper machining centers extend the capabilities of the highly successful a-series with a host of technologies for next-generation productivity, accuracy and reliability. The a51nx and a61nx feature pallet sizes of 400mm and 500mm, respectively.

Direct-Drive Rotary Table

Makino’s DD rotary table offers high-speed positioning capability while reducing B-axis complexity and eliminating backlash, caused by wear. Included in the table’s design are cooling jackets that remove heat from the motor and table bearings assuring sustained dynamic accuracy. Its fully programmable axis with 0.0001-degree resolution enables full four-axis contouring capability for complex part geometries.

To find out more about IAC and other new control technologies from Makino, visit www.makino.com/events and register for the “New Control Technologies” webinar series.

Makino releases the latest version of its industry-leading SuperSpark sinker EDM technology, SuperSpark IV. Building on the advancements of its predecessors, SuperSpark IV reduces roughing times in deep-rib applications by up to 30 percent.

SuperSpark technology uses a combination of shortened jump cycles and spark-gap adaptive power control to improve process efficiency and productivity. Under standard sinker EDM jump cycles, more than 60 percent of total process time is spent out of the cut. SuperSpark more than doubles the actual cutting time because its shortened jump height requires less time for electrodes to return to the workpiece.

In addition, its spark-gap adaptive power control enables electrodes to discharge sparks during the jump cycle for continuous cutting throughout the EDM process. As the electrode depth increases, the power and spark gap decreases to prevent overburn. Together, these technologies improve total machining times by 20 to 30 percent over standard sinker EDM technologies.

SuperSpark IV builds on these core features for higher efficiency in deep ribs and drafted electrodes. With its adaptive jump functions and automatic calculation, and adjustment of machine power according to depth and draft, SuperSpark IV significantly improves deep-rib machining efficiency over its predecessor.

The original SuperSpark technology, introduced in 2001, enabled manufacturers to significantly reduce overall roughing times. Subsequent versions have built on the technology’s core benefits, providing additional improvements to roughing and finishing, particularly with tapered electrodes.

SuperSpark IV is available on all Makino sinker EDMs with MGH6 generator/control or later. To learn more about SuperSpark IV technology, visit www.makino.com/events and register for the webinar titled “Reducing Cycle Times in Difficult Sinker EDM Applications.”

For more information, visit: www.makino.com/machines/unique_technologies.aspx

Thursday, 08 December 2011 08:22

Makino Releases Online Seminar Schedule for 2012

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Makino announces its current roster of online seminars for 2012. The schedule offers insight into a variety of new milling, EDM and control technologies for improving part cycle times, quality and accuracy.

“The North American manufacturing industry is seeing a reasonable recovery, bringing with it new business opportunities,” says Mark Rentschler, Makino’s marketing manager. “With our 2012 online seminar schedule, we’re providing new thinking around a variety of manufacturing processes to achieve the highest level of efficiency possible. It’s our goal to help North American manufacturers capitalize on the opportunities at hand.”

Since its inception, the Makino online seminar series has broadcast over 125 events with thousands of attendees. It offers process focused content and new technologies to help manufacturers learn more so they can earn more.  

Each online seminar consists of a 20- to 30-minute presentation and a live Q&A session with the speaker. Registration is required to attend, but all seminars are presented free of charge.


Initial 2012 Schedule

Jan. 19 – Get Rid of the Rust
This webinar demonstrates how rust affects steel parts left in your wire EDM water dielectric for long periods of time, and how new technology from Makino can eliminate this problem.

Feb. 23 – New Control Technologies: Inertia Active Control – Optimize B-Axis Index Times
Join us for this brief webinar to learn how Makino’s unique Inertia Active Control (IAC) can help you improve the productivity of new or existing NC programs. IAC reduces non-cut cycle times by optimizing the acceleration and deceleration of Makino’s Direct Drive B-axis tables. Ninety-degree index times can be reduced by as much as 30 percent in some applications.

March 15 – New Control Technologies: VP Control – Improving Large-Part Accuracy
Volumetric Performance (VP) control provides enhanced volumetric machining precision and performance for large parts while improving the accuracy of 5-axis applications in both linear and rotary axes. Learn how this new control feature can improve your part accuracy.

April 19 – Reducing Cycle Times in Difficult Sinker EDM Applications
Producing deep, thin ribs, shaped ribs and speaker grilles can often require extensive, long cycle times in sinker EDMs. In this webinar, you can learn how Makino’s suite of standardly equipped SuperSpark technologies can save you thousands of hours of burn time.

May 17 – Micromachining/High-Precision Capabilities from Makino
Take a video tour of Makino’s micromachining R&D center and high-precision machining area, including variety of milling and EDM machines dedicated to micromachining and ultra-precision machining applications. See how Makino’s metrology area can validate and verify micron-level feature accuracy.

June 21 – New 5-Axis Large Aerospace Aluminum Structural Machining Centers
Learn about the new purpose-built family of large 5-axis horizontal machining centers for aluminum monolithic aerospace part production. This new family of machines is available with X-axis travels ranging from 4 to 20 meters.

July 19 – New Control Technologies: Preparation for High Accuracy
What if a machine tool could quickly evaluate its accuracy and make adjustments to improve roundness and contour machining? Today’s control technology can accomplish this and more. Makino’s Geometric Intelligence software (GI.4) includes a new feature, Preparation for High Accuracy Machining. Attend this webinar to learn how this technology can enable you to quickly improve contour and circular cutting accuracy in a variety of cutting conditions.

Aug. 23 – IMTS 2012 Preview
Makino will be bringing an incredible array of high-performance machine technologies to IMTS 2012 in Chicago. Learn about special programs, part displays, unique demonstrations, technical presentations and new machine technologies that can improve your performance and profitability.

Archived Seminars Available in the Events Library
All Makino online seminars are archived for later viewing at: www.makino.com/library. Over 100 seminars are available covering topics such as micromachining, moldmaking, EDM, aerospace, automation and production machining. New seminars are added the week after they are initially broadcast. Transcripts are also available.

To see the full schedule or register to attend an event, visit: www.makino.com/events

Makino introduces its new rust-preventive technology for water-based wire EDMs. This electric anti-rust unit disrupts the oxidation process in submerged parts, eliminating manual cleaning time and maximizing profit for long run-time wire EDM processes.

“Rust has plagued EDM shops for years, and up to this point, there’s been little success in addressing it,” says Jeff Kiszonas, Makino EDM product manager. “In the past, chemical rust inhibitors have been used as additives to the dielectric fluid, but these inhibitors require monitoring to maintain concentration and can shorten the life of the deionizing resin. With the new electric anti-rust unit, we can virtually eliminate rust from long run-time wire EDM processes without any additional supervision, providing manufacturers with dramatic improvements in their long-term efficiency and profitability.”

Rust occurs on steel parts as a result of a simple chemical reaction where positive ions from the steel workpiece dissolve in the water and react with oxygen molecules to form iron oxide on the surface of the workpiece. Makino’s electric anti-rust unit addresses this issue by using a simple circuit to negatively charge workpieces, preventing the oxidation process from occurring. Machines equipped with the new electric anti-rust unit have eliminated signs of rusting in steel parts for up to 24 hours, even after machining has stopped.

The anti-rust option can be ordered on new DUO and U-Series wire EDMs or retrofitted to those existing models.

A world leader in advanced CNC machining centers, Makino provides a wide range of high-precision metal-cutting and EDM machinery, including horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, 5-axis machining centers, graphite machining centers, and wire and Ram EDMs. Our flexible automation solutions provide reduced labor costs and increased throughput in a variety of production volumes and designs. With Makino engineering services, we offer industry-leading expertise for even the most challenging applications across all industries.

For more information, visit: www.makino.com

Makino’s PS-Series machines are the new standard in vertical machining centers for production machining, offering a reduction in cycle time, increased productivity, improved quality and minimization of capital investment. The PS-Series features a field-proven design with key technologies from several of Makino’s most reliable production machines. Its rigid construction, thermal stability and versatile spindle are ideal for a variety of applications, including automotive, aerospace, medical and other small-component manufacturing applications.

“Makino’s PS-Series comes standard with a high power 33.5 HP, high speed 14,000-rpm CAT40 spindle delivering 130 ft-lbs peak torque. No other vertical comes standard with these features,” says William Howard, Makino’s vertical machining product manager. “The PS-Series is fully equipped and ready to run all of a manufacturer’s production parts. It brings the productivity of a Makino horizontal machining center to a vertical platform at a great value.”

The PS-Series is available in two models: the PS65 and PS95. The smaller PS65 features X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 26", 20" and 18.1", respectively; a 36.2"-by-20" table; and a maximum workload of 1,323 lbs. The larger PS95 features X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 36.2", 20" and 18.1", respectively; a 46"-by-20" table; and a maximum workload of 1,763 lbs. Both models are standardly equipped with an easy-to-access, highly reliable, 30-tool-capacity automatic tool changer (optional 50-tool capacity available).

Based upon a traditional C frame, the PS-Series design utilizes Finite Element Analysis (FEA) techniques to perfect the massive cast iron components that offer optimal rigidity and torsional stiffness. The construction ensures the quick, efficient transfer of the cutting forces through the structure of the machine—from spindle into the column and ultimately the bed of the machine. In addition, the symmetrical nature of the casting, incorporation of core-cooled ball screws and support bearings and a closed-loop temperature compensation system secure the tightest tolerance and minimal variations during long production part runs.

Flexible Job-Shop Production Capabilities
Designed for flexibility and high productivity, the PS-Series’ standard 14,000-rpm CAT40 spindle (HSK-A63 optional) offers the ideal blend of speed, torque and horsepower for today’s competitive job shop environment. Duty rated at 33.5 HP (24.2 HP continuous) and 130 ft-lbs peak torque (70.5 ft-lbs continuous), these spindle characteristics offer efficient, highly productive machining over a wide range of materials. Large-diameter bearings, air-oil lubrication and jacket-spindle temperature control deliver long-term thermal stability and stiff, rigid, chatter-free cutting.

Created with the production environment in mind, the PS-Series chip and coolant systems enhance the productivity of the machine. Configured with flood, overhead shower, flush and through-spindle coolant as standard features, chips are efficiently and effectively removed from the cutting zone. Spiral chip augers located in the front and rear of the worktable quickly and efficiently evacuate chips and coolant from the machining zone and into a standard lift-up chip conveyor (LUCC).

The PS-Series also features Makino’s new Professional P control software configured to support a wide variety of applications in the job-shop and production environment. With a large color LCD, menu-driven, touch-sensitive screen, information is at one’s fingertips.  Configured with generous program storage (4,200-foot), 400 registerable programs, 400 tool-offset pairs and 48 pairs of work coordinate systems, the Professional P provides ample standard capabilities for production shops of all sizes.

For more information, visit: www.makino.com/machines/VMC

Makino’s 2011 Advanced Manufacturing and High-Precision Technology Expo is scheduled to be held Oct. 12-13 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at its Technology Center in Auburn Hills, Mich. Attendees are going to have the opportunity to learn about new manufacturing processes, techniques, philosophies and strategies, vital to transforming their business for greater success in the ever-expanding global marketplace. High-precision machining demonstrations are also on tap to be displayed for a variety of industries, including tool, die, mold, medical, automotive and aerospace.

At the event, featured presenter Steve LeFever, chairman and founder of Business Resource Services, will discuss financial management education as the single greatest need for business owners across all industries. Additional presentations delivered by Makino are to cover various topics such as micromachining, EDM technologies, the new PS-series production-oriented VMCs and a metrology panel discussion.

Makino’s Technology Center is located at 2600 Superior Court, Auburn Hills, Michigan, 48326. The building is at Superior and Lapeer roads (M-24), one-mile from I-75 and M-24, off E. Walton Boulevard. It is 31 miles from the Greater Detroit Airport and is near The Palace at Auburn Hills, a major sports venue in the area. For additional information, call Makino at 1-800-552-3288.

Register to attend the Makino Advanced Manufacturing and High-Precision Technology Expo by visiting www.makino.com/expo or calling 1-800-552-3288.

Featured Speaker
Steve LeFever, chairman and founder of Business Resource Services, possesses a breadth of knowledge and experience in banking, finance, and small-business management. His work with the Risk Management Association (RMA), the Association of Small Business Development Centers (ASBDC), and financial institutions around the globe help keep his insights sharp and his information relevant to business owners, operators and managers.

An internationally recognized author and advocate for independent business, LeFever’s book, Profit Mastery: Knowledge-Driven Financial Performance has sold over 1 million copies. LeFever has traveled widely, and he has presented the Profit Mastery program on three continents, in eight languages, during the past two decades, to hundreds of thousands of business owners, managers, commercial bankers, accountants and business coaches.

With a superior command of his subject material, LeFever makes finance compelling, interesting and funny. His unique ability to take complex topics and translate them into plain English separates him from the crowd.

Presentations and Machining Demos
Makino plans to offer in its Technology Center several presentations by its own engineers and suppliers. Topics include profitability tools, micromachining, the new PS-series and EDM technologies.

In addition to presentations, Makino is going to have 17 machining centers on display, including 3-, 4- and 5-axis vertical and horizontal machining centers, wire EDMs and sinker EDMs.

During the demonstrations, Makino’s technical staff is scheduled to be on hand to discuss Makino’s latest machining technologies, as well as provide industry-leading advice to help solve attendees’ production problems.

Exhibitors
Makino is including the following select manufacturers and suppliers to exhibit at the expo.

Alicona, laser scanning for 3-D microfeature form and surface metrology
Blum, broken tool, ATLM and AWM systems
Delcam, CAD/CAM software for high-speed milling
emSolve, FF/CAM system for high-performance machining
Haimer, tooling holders, shrink-fit/balance machines and measuring instruments
Hirschman Engineering USA, NC rotary tables for EDM and work-holding tooling
Inova Tools, high-performance and solid-carbide cutting tools
KOMA, Tsudakoma rotary tables and indexes
Lyndex Nikken, tool-holding systems
MasterCAM, CAM solutions for wire EDM and milling
MST, tool holders and shrink-fit machine supplier
NS Tool, high-performance and solid-carbide cutting tools
OGP/ Ring Sales, precision measuring equipment supplier
Pokolm, supplier of high-performance die/mold cutting tools
PQI, broken tool, ATLM, AWM systems and QC software
SST Consumables, supplier of milling and EDM consumable products
Tebis, CAD/ CAM solutions for HMC, VMC and EDM
Union Tool, high-performance cutting tools
Zygo, white-light interferometry for ultra-resolution form and surface metrology

For more information, visit: www.makino.com

Makino demonstrates its new products and machining technologies at the 2011 Interactive Manufacturing Experience (imX) show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Sept. 12-14. New machines and unique process solutions are going to be displayed in the Makino Experience Zone #2348 and learning labs are scheduled to be held in #2362.

“This event is entirely new to the industry, and we’re looking forward to having manufacturers visit our experience zone and attend our learning labs to see the latest innovations that Makino has to offer and discuss a variety of industry issues and solutions with our experts,” says Mark Rentschler, Makino marketing manager. “Makino hopes imX attendees will ‘learn more so they can earn more’ by bringing new information back to the shop and implementing new strategies to grow their business, improve productivity and substantially increase their bottom line.”

New Machines and Featured Processes
Makino will be introducing the new PS-Series vertical machining centers at imX 2011. Makino’s new PS-Series machines are the new standard in vertical machining centers for production machining, offering a reduction in cycle time, increased productivity, improved quality and minimization of capital investment. With the power of a Makino horizontal machining center in a vertical platform, the PS-Series is fully equipped and ready to tackle all parts and materials.

Makino will also be discussing its latest research and developments in titanium machining, including ADVANTiGE™ technologies. By improving spindle performance, coolant delivery, vibration damping, machine rigidity and cutting strategies, ADVANTiGE is capable of four times the productivity and four times the tool life of conventional machining technologies. Attendees are going to have the opportunity to discuss Makino’s Ti ADVANTiGE technologies and view part samples created with the new T-Series, purpose-built 5-axis horizontal machining centers.

In addition to the new machines, Makino has several demonstrations on tap throughout the show. Demonstrations are noted below:
• Ferrous part machining on the a61nx horizontal machining center
• Machining of carbides and other hardened materials on the UPV3 oil dielectric wire EDM
• The EDFH-1 sinker EDM performing fine-hole machining
• Submicron machining accuracy of the iQ300 precision micromachining center

Learning Labs
In addition to the displays in Makino’s Experience Zone at imX, Makino is slated to host learning lab events each day of the show that will include presentations from Makino engineers. These sessions are explained in more detail below:

Makino’s ADVANTiGE Technologies Improve Titanium Milling
Demand for titanium continues to climb to new heights alongside increasing orders for newer, more fuel-efficient aircraft. Makino’s ADVANTiGE machining technology is set to change the way manufacturers think about titanium machining. This advanced process solution is composed of several key machining technologies for a degree of machining efficiency that no other titanium technology has offered in the past. In this learning lab session, manufacturers can learn about these new technologies and see actual part examples, and tooling and cutting methods that illustrate the improved performance actually achieved.

Micromachining/Ultra-Precision Feature Technology
Electronic components, medical devices and optical products continue to decrease in size and increase in demand. As applications grow in complexity and shrink in size, Makino provides the milling and EDM solutions necessary to bring ideas from design to production. During this learning lab, attendees are going to learn more about micromachining and obtain technical assistance to foster innovation and the engineering of new products.

Expanding Your Capabilities in Ferrous Machining
Attendees of this session can learn how to take ferrous production part manufacturing to new, even higher levels of productivity and efficiency through cycle-time reduction, increased spindle utilization and new cast-iron part-processing techniques.

The New PS-Series: The Productivity of a Makino HMC in a Vertical Platform
This session focuses on Makino’s new PS-Series machines, which offer the perfect combination of speed, power, torque and flexibility for today’s competitive job-shop environment. The PS-Series features a field-proven design with key technologies from several of Makino’s most reliable production machines. Its rigid construction, thermal stability and versatile spindle are ideal for a variety of applications, including automotive, aerospace, medical and other small-component manufacturing applications.

Visit Us at imX
Learn more and earn more in Makino’s Experience Zone #2348 and through its valuable learning labs in Experience Zone #2362 at imX 2011. For more information and registration, please visit: www.makino.com/imxrsvp

Makino will showcase its latest developments in titanium, aluminum and grinding processes at the Paris Air Show from June 20 to 26 in Stand D28 of Hall 3. Makino will detail several key technologies, including the recently released T2 5-axis horizontal machining center designed specifically for the challenges of titanium machining.

“Attendees of the 2011 Paris Air Show will have the opportunity to meet with our key designers and applications engineers to discuss their unique challenges and discover new processes and technology solutions,” says Mark Rentschler, Makino marketing manager. “Makino’s technologies and engineering expertise have helped manufacturers from across the globe to dramatically increase their production efficiency. Chief technology officers, manufacturing engineers and design engineers looking to gain improved speed, quality and cost saving in their aerospace part production should look no further than Makino’s booth at this year’s Paris Air Show.”

Makino will detail several of its key machining technologies, including the T2, A7 and G5 5-axis horizontal machining centers.

* Makino’s new T2 with ADVANTiGE™ provides the rigidity, dynamic stiffness, vibration damping and agility necessary for more productive machining and longer tool life in large titanium and titanium alloy aerospace parts, such as edge frames, pylons and bulkheads. Its HSK-A125 spindle is Makino’s most powerful spindle to date, delivering higher torque, horsepower and clamping force than all predecessors. The machine is equipped with an automatic pallet-changer system for continuous operations, eliminating costly downtime for part changeovers. Combined with a highly flexible Makino Machining Complex, the T2 is capable of automatic pallet transfer for extended periods of unattended operation.

* Building upon the design of Makino’s widely successful MAG series machines, the A7 offers high-efficiency machining for large, complex aluminum monolithic aerospace parts. The machine incorporates Makino’s latest machining features and technologies, including Volumetric Accuracy Compensation and a high-power, high-torque spindle. The result is a fast, highly accurate, highly predictable, 5-axis aluminum machining center, perfectly suited for aerospace structural parts up to seven meters.

* Makino’s G5 Grinder 5-axis horizontal machining center provides grinding, drilling, boring and milling capabilities in one machine, reducing capital equipment purchasing and eliminating out-of-cut time. The G5 also helps eliminate setups, work in process and stack-up errors due to multiple setups. With 5-axis capabilities, the G5 reduces fixture costs and simplifies the manufacturing process with NC-controlled intermittent dress. Its unique programmable coolant nozzles enable the G5 to accommodate variations in wheel diameter and changes in cutting direction while maintaining ideal cutting conditions.

See new thinking take shape in Makino Stand D28 at the 2011 Paris Air Show. For more information, visit www.makino.com/paris

Makino offers the new T2 5-axis horizontal machining center with ADVANTiGE™ technology designed for mid-sized titanium aerospace part production. Its purpose-built design provides the rigidity, dynamic stiffness, vibration damping and agility necessary for more productive titanium machining and longer tool life.

“Makino’s ongoing titanium research and development continues to offer the most effective process solutions for a wide variety of today’s aerospace structural and engine components,” says Mark Larson, Makino’s Titanium Process R&D Manager. “Our latest solution, the T2 with ADVANTiGE technology, is like no other titanium machining center on the market today. Specifically designed from the ground up for high-efficiency titanium part production, it effectively reduces hazardous vibration and thermal conditions traditionally associated with titanium machining.”

The T2 provides X-, Y- and Z-axis travels of 2,000mm, 2,000mm and 1,800mm, respectively, allowing for part sizes up to 1900mm by 2000mm and 5,000kg. The T2’s construction features large way surfaces and table casting for extra rigidity and vibration damping, as well as a 120-position automatic tool changer (up to 190 available) for continuous, uninterrupted machining.

Rigid, High-Power Spindle
The T2’s HSK-A125 spindle is Makino’s most powerful spindle to date, delivering higher torque, horsepower and clamping force than all predecessors. Its compact design combines the latest induction motor with twin-inverter-drive technology for higher torque (740ft-lbs, 133HP continuous; 1,100ft-lbs, 200HP peak). The spindle is supported by roller bearings to ensure high rigidity, which keeps the energy loss to one-half that of conventional gear-driven spindles. The spindle delivers a maximum speed of 4,000 rpm. The A- and C-axes increase part accessibility with a ±110-degree A-axis rotation and a 360-degree continuous C-axis rotation.

Unattended Machining Capabilities
The T2 includes an automatic pallet changer system that features continuous operation and eliminates costly downtime for part changeovers with pallet change times of only 60 seconds.

This machine can also be integrated with an automatic pallet transfer and storage system in a highly flexible Makino Machining Complex (MMC) for extended periods of unattended operation. This automation system assigns work and initiates operations automatically, maximizing spindle utilization for increased productivity.

Schedule a Visit
The T2 5-axis horizontal machining center with ADVANTIGE technology is currently on display at Makino’s Global Titanium R&D Center. Call 1-800-522-3288 to schedule an appointment to see this technology in action.

For more information visit: www.makino.com

Wednesday, 27 April 2011 10:13

Makino Hosts TI2 Day on June 7th

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Makino will be hosting Ti2 Day on Tuesday, June 7, at its Global Titanium R&D Center in Mason, Ohio. During the event, Makino is going to offer several sessions with its Global Titanium R&D engineers and guest presenters, and also is slated to reveal its new T2 5-axis horizontal machining center, purpose-built for high-efficiency titanium machining.

Presentations from Makino’s Global Titanium R&D engineers are planned to detail Makino’s new T2 titanium machining center and the latest titanium process engineering research. Topics include temperatures in the titanium cutting zone, 5-axis roughing and contouring, titanium ADVANTiGE processes, as well as a live Q&A with Makino’s titanium process panel.

Additional guest presentations will be delivered by Dr. Tony Schmitz of the University of Florida, Mark Francis of Kennametal and John Palmer of ATI Metals and plan to cover a variety of topics, including process damping, highly efficient machining for titanium aerospace structures and efficient machining solutions in titanium alloys.

Through a series of live cutting demonstrations, Makino will also showcase the new T2 machining center, which delivers the rigidity, dynamic stiffness, vibration damping and agility required for more productive titanium machining and longer tool life. Additional titanium machining demonstrations are to be performed on a Makino T4 5-axis horizontal machining center and a81M horizontal machining center.

The Ti2 Day event will be held at 7680 Innovation Way, Mason, Ohio 45040. The building is 1.5 miles from I-71 off Western Row Road. It is 38 miles from the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport and 50 miles from the Dayton International Airport.

Register to attend Makino's Ti2 Day by visiting www.makino.com/titaniumday or calling Cindy Enger at 513-573-4584. Space is limited.

Makino releases its new real-time machine process monitoring and data management software solution, the MPmax (Machine Productivity Maximizer). By connecting multiple machines on a single network to a centralized computer, MPmax enables manufacturers to retrieve, store and analyze high volumes of machine data in real time.

“With MPmax, manufacturers have all the tools necessary to detect and react to bottlenecks on the fly,” says Jim Brown, Makino’s control software development manager. “Its remote monitoring capabilities allow manufacturers to always stay up to date with machining processes even while they’re away from the shop floor. This ability to better understand and more closely observe machine performance offers unlimited opportunities for manufacturers to optimize the efficiency of their shop floor and get the most from their machining investments.”

MPmax offers data management capabilities for a variety of key machine performance features, including multiple machine status monitoring, machine utilization, alarms, probe data analysis, spindle and axis movement, machine power (Available only with the machine power monitor option) and tool management work scheduling.

Improving Workflow Efficiency
Data retrieved for machine utilization, alarm events and power consumption offer manufacturers an opportunity to analyze and troubleshoot workflow inefficiencies.

With MPmax, manufacturers can confidently transfer work between machines based on conditions of overuse and underuse to even the flow of work throughout the shop floor. Its Pareto chart display of alarms offers manufacturers an opportunity to review a full list of alarm events to adapt machine process for alarm prevention. Recorded electrical energy usage can assist manufacturers in scheduling jobs for various times of day based on fluctuating energy costs for enhanced savings.

Machine Performance Enhancements
MPmax’s ability to collect probe data and calculate the Cpk process capability index lets manufacturers track accuracy performance in critical features to ensure the highest level of part quality. Its spindle and axis monitoring technologies record and display axis forces, loads and speeds. This data can then be used to fine-tune processes for faster cutting speeds and greater depths of cut.

The MPmax tool data management system can register, manage and monitor all critical tool data for multiple machines from one centralized location. By making appropriate adjustments based on this data, manufacturers can get the highest level of performance out of each tool while extending tool life.

Machine Remote Viewing
MPmax software provides additional capabilities for remote viewing, allowing operators and management the capability to respond to and track processes as they occur without interrupting other day-to-day activities.

Its control remote view displays machine tool controls in real time from any networked PC. For jobs requiring quick turnarounds, this feature is an ideal way to provide operators or technicians with assistance in the repair or operation of a machine tool. Data cannot be input from this display mode to prevent accidental changes to tooling or part dimensions.

The MPmax machine camera monitoring (available only with camera-equipped machines) captures an internal view of a machine’s work zone, making it easier to solve processing errors before they become a detriment to part quality.

E-mail notification capabilities enable operators to deliver current machine status information to their service department, including alarm texts and images of the work zone. This ability to immediately notify service staff with the details and information required to address problems as they occur can dramatically improve productivity and process control.

For more information visit: www.makino.com

Makino is pleased to announce the first half of their 2011 online seminar schedule. These online seminars offer a simple and accessible way to learn about the latest in innovative process solutions as well as new machining technologies from Makino.

Since its inception, the Makino online seminar series has broadcast over 125 events with thousands of attendees. These seminars offer diversified content including 5-axis machining, aerospace, automation, die mold, EDM, micromachining, tool management and software solutions.

Each online seminar consists of a high-quality video presentation followed by a live Q&A session with the speaker. Registration is required to attend, but all seminars are presented free of charge. A full schedule is available at www.makino.com/events.

Additional online seminar topics will be added throughout the year and will be posted at makino.com/events upon announcement. For an archive of Makino online seminars visit makino.com/library.

Winter/Spring 2011 Online Seminar Schedule
Jan. 13 - Manufacturing Expansion Program, the next generation of HMCs
Join us for an informational webinar to learn how the new a51nx and a61nx horizontal machining centers can take your manufacturing applications to the next level of productivity and efficiency. These CNC machines are redefining the boundaries of 40-taper machining by expanding your capability, capacity, productivity & reliability. Expand your ability to make lower-cost parts faster than ever.

Jan. 27 - Additive EDM Processes (HQSF) – Seeing Through the Murk
Additive EDM processes can greatly improve productivity in applications that require fine finishes and significantly reduce part release issues during the molding process. Learn how additives work, the importance of the type of additive used and how Makino’s HQSF (High Quality Surface Finish) can reduce cycle times, improve molding operations and extend tool/die/mold life.

Feb. 10 - Invest in Titanium Machining
Want a hot tip? You need to invest today in new technologies for titanium milling. The growth in titanium applications will exceed the current machining capacity. Will you be ready to take advantage of this demand? This webinar will introduce Makino’s new T2, a 5 axis horizontal machining center with ADVANTiGE technologies. These innovative technologies can be the path to profitable milling of mid-sized titanium components with four times the productivity and double the tool life of traditional titanium machining.

Feb. 24 - Real time machine, process control, and data management
MPmax is a new suite of software utilities for monitoring Makino machines, both milling and EDM.  MPmax can help you achieve maximum productivity from your Makino machines through real time display of their operating status including images, remote diagnostics, machine utilization information, and alarm and measurement data. In this webinar, you will learn how you can improve your management of the manufacturing process including cutting tool data, email notifications, automatic collection of measured part information and energy consumption.

Mar. 10 - Do you need a small tabletop machine to make small parts?
Learn what technologies are required to make micro scale features with micron level tolerances every day. See what machine design principals and features are required to create these ultra precision and complex parts. Learn what it takes to generate positioning repeatability of less than 100nm and positioning accuracy of less than 500nm. Learn how Makino is controlling the minimum increment of machine movement to 10nm.

Mar. 24 - Cutting Iron? Do you need 50 taper?
Think you have to use a 50 taper machine to effectively cut your iron applications? Think again.  Reduce your cycle time and capital expenditure by utilizing the new technologies and spindle power within Makino’s 40 taper horizontal machining centers, the a51nx and a61nx. This webinar will discuss productivity enhancements and techniques for ferrous machining applications. If you cut iron, you need to watch this.

Apr. 7 - How much is your outdated machinery really costing you?
While that older, paid-for machine tool on your shop floor may look like a “cash-cow” – what are the true costs associated with continuing to operate outdated technology? Advancements in machine technologies have significantly increased productivity and efficiency. Learn how new machines with new controls offer reduced cycle times, higher reliability, less down-time, reduced maintenance, lower energy and operational costs, less floor space, and much more. See if continuing to run that old machine is really a wise business decision.

Apr. 28 - MPG (Makino Program Generator) makes sinker programming easy
Makino’s new on-board sinker programming system is simple to use, and can generate safe, efficient programs even for the novice EDM operator. Through a combination of program screens and video, you will discover just how easy it is to program and run a Makino sinker EDM. See just how easy it is to learn a new control system with Makino’s new intuitive program generation and easy to follow input screens.

May 12 - Machined surface finishes to 10nm Ra
This unique webinar will highlight the machining techniques and machine tool technologies required to achieve surface finishes as fine as 10nm Ra. Machining technologies to be discussed are Ram EDM, Wire EDM and ultra precision milling. Also included in the discussion will be various metrology technologies required to validate machining results and surface finishes at this high level.

May 26 - Effective utilization of your Wire EDM work zone
When it comes to your wire EDM workzone, size does matter. Learn techniques and tricks for taking advantage of your usable work area which can boost your productivity and bottom line. See how plate stacking, fixturing, multiple part set-ups and multiple job set ups can result in a substantial increase in unattended burning, improved job scheduling and increased capacity.

Archived Seminars Available in the Events Library
All Makino online seminars are archived for later viewing at www.makino.com/library. Over 100 seminars are available covering topics such as micromachining, moldmaking, EDM, aerospace, automation and production machining. New seminars are added the week after they are initially broadcast. Transcripts are also available.

To see the full schedule or register to attend an event, visit www.makino.com/events.

About Makino
A world leader in advanced CNC machining centers, Makino provides a wide range of high-precision metal-cutting and EDM machinery, including horizontal machining centers, vertical machining centers, 5-axis machining centers, graphite machining centers, and wire and Ram EDMs. Our flexible automation solutions provide reduced labor costs and increased throughput in a variety of production volumes and designs. With Makino engineering services, we offer industry leading expertise for even the most challenging applications across all industries. For more information call 1.800.552.3288, or visit makino.com

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