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moldmakingtechnology.com 57 imts.com September 10-15, 2018 / Chicago, IL High-Speed VMC Reduces Non-Cutting Time Doosan Machine Tools' DNM 5700S is a high- speed version of the DNM VMC that is designed to reduce non-cutting time. A 25-hp, directly-coupled, 40-taper Big-Plus spindle features 87 foot-pounds of torque and accelerates from 0 to 15,000 rpm in 3.6 sec. Rapid traverse rates have been increased to 1,654 ipm in the X and Y axes and to 1,417 ipm in the Z axis. A wide cast frame with eight leveling positions and roller LM guideways on the X, Y and Z axes improve machine rigidity and stability. The VMC also features 3D computerized analysis. Its 51.2" × 21.3" table can hold a maximum weight of 1,764 lbs. The machine features a 30-tool magazine, with 40- and 60-tool, servo-driven versions available. Easy Operation Package software contributes to ease of use, while an oil-cooled spindle controls heat. The machine comes with a grease lubrication system designed to reduce maintenance costs. It uses a coolant that is intended to eliminate the need for an oil skimmer. Doosan Machine Tools America, South Level 3, Booth 339100 Tooling Technology www.haimer-usa.com Balancing Technology Shrinking Technology Measuring and Presetting Technology HAIMER Basic Mill Drilling and milling in one – The only thing basic is the price Sept 10 - 15, 2018 Come visit us in Chicago! West Hall Booth #431546 Software's Data Collection Reduces Machine Downtime Version 2018.04.10 of the DataXchange software from Shop Floor Automations offers several improve- ments over previous versions. The software's Data Entry screen provides operators with an interface to track machine downtimes and includes a "notes" field to alert others on the shop floor of critical actions. This notification system reduces downtime. An E-Learning program enables users to take online courses. Configuring reporting options, soft- ware installation, initial configura- tion, shift options, modifying exist- ing machine data and understand- ing the machine data collection sources are some of the topics cov- ered. The classes are a combination of videos and text modules with a quiz at the end of each lesson. The program is accessible for 12 months. Courses can be repeated for refreshers, and unlimited users have access to the program with one username and password. In addition, the software gives users the option of monitoring machine data on-site or from the cloud. Text and email notifications alert users to machine issues. It is compatible with MTConnect, OPC UA, FANUC Focas and ModBus. Shop Floor Automations, East, Level 3, Booth 133240

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