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Hainbuch gets into gear with new Mandrel

Published on MTD CNC by HAINBUCH UK Ltd on 13 Sep 2018

Hard work and first-class teamwork between gear manufacturer Hänel and Hainbuch has certainly paid-off. The new mandrel Mando G211 for gear manufacturers is particularly suitable for gear hobbing, cutting and grinding and this has been demonstrated at Hänel. Now available as a standard mandrel from stock, this optimal solution for gear cutting has optimised the manufacturing process, reduced set-up times and improved gear quality. This is largely credit to the stable clamping features that dampens vibration.

Processes shortened, flexibility increased with a new machine and clamping device concept

Published on MTD CNC by HAINBUCH UK Ltd on 27 Nov 2017

Steinel Normalien AG, a specialist manufacturer of cylinders, guides, springs, plates and die sets for the tool making, stamping and forming industries imposes the most rigorous precision requirements upon its manufacturing department. When the company introduced a new Mill/Turn centre, the pneumatic spring and composite system manufacturer was intent on streamlining its workholding processes and the 150 employee company sought its solution from Hainbuch.

Small investment with a big effect

Published on MTD CNC by HAINBUCH UK Ltd on 08 Nov 2017

In keeping with its company slogan of 'Small investment – big effect', automation specialist Weiss GmbH brought eight machine tools 'up to speed' with the help of innovative clamping devices from Hainbuch. Headquartered in Buchen, Germany, Weiss GmbH is a specialist in the development and manufacture of high-precision rotary indexing tables and automation technology components.

Prior Takes A Scientific Approach to Workholding

Published on MTD CNC by HAINBUCH UK Ltd on 28 Jul 2017

As part of a global group that designs and manufactures a wide range of scientific instrumentation such as microscope automation and optical microscopy, Prior Scientific is the epitome of precision manufacturing. The Cambridge Company manufactures components on its Matsuura and Mazak machine tools that are delivered directly to its assembly department, so precision and quality in the machine shop is critical.

Subcontractor Gets a Grip on Precision

Published on MTD CNC by HAINBUCH UK Ltd on 16 Jun 2017

When Parker Precision set itself on a course to improve productivity, precision and output, the Bilston business acquired a Mazak QuickTurn 200MSY turning centre equipped with a Hainbuch collet chuck. The impact of the new investment soon snowballed into a raft of new machine purchases.

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