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moldmakingtechnology.com 53 imts.com September 10-15, 2018 / Chicago, IL Twin Spindle Mill/Turn Center Performs On-Center Work Lico's LND-65D-S3 from Absolute Machine Tools Inc. is part of the LNDD series of twin spindle multi-slide mill/turn centers. It is an 11-axis mill/turn center that is designed to produce parts faster than conventional twin spindle, multi-turret machines with up to five tools in the cut simultaneously. This machine has a bar capacity of 65 mm (2.56"), a maximum turning length of 475 mm (18.7") and employs independent two-axis cross-slides that can overlap each other and the turret. The turret works on either the main or the counter spindle and can perform on-center work on both spindles simultane- ously. An eight-position turret with optional live tooling and Y axis is standard. Absolute Machine Tools Inc., South, Level 3, Booth 338536 Deep-Hole Drilling Series Targets Die/Mold, Medical Industries Mollart offers deep-hole drilling equipment for applications including medical parts with micro-holes, biomass pellet dies with multiple holes and dies and molds with deep cooling holes. The company offers single and multi-spindle gundrills and BTA drilling centers, multi-station micro-drilling machines and special purpose in-line and rotary transfer machines. Also available are combination machining centers with integrated gundrilling stations that can reduce lead time and enable single-cycle production. Mollart America, South, Level 3, Booth 339190 WEBINAR ENGINEER / BUILD / MAINTAIN PRESENTER: Dr. Ankit Saharan Manager, R&D/Applications Development DATE & TIME: Thursday, September 27, 2018, 2 pm ET gbm.media/EOSMetals Innovations in Metal 3D Printing: Machines, Processes and Applications PRESENTED BY: eos.info Metal additive manufacturing (AM) has come a long way from early systems performing sintering-like processes to fully melting metal powder. With the advances in not only the machine, software and lasers, the applications have grown exponentially, especially in the aerospace and medical industries. EOS takes a closer look at the past, current and future status of DMLS. Since powder is a common feedstock, we need to understand what powder properties matter. The unique nature of AM has opened a plethora of options in materials never seen before. You will learn about • The history and future of metal 3D printing • New materials using DMLS • Powder characteristics • EOS Additive Minds Consulting

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