Tag Archive | "Rotary"

Quick Rotary Unwind

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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Dear Answer Man, Our VF-6/50 has an HRT310 mounted on the table. We do a lot of 4th-axis work, and occasionally we run into two different problems. Sometimes we will be running parts and never unwind the rotary, which eventually results in an alarm. The second problem is when we use a CAD program; it wants to go to A0 after each tool path, so it has to unwind the rotary, which takes some time. Is there any way to save some time on these examples?

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Job Shop looks to Haas CNC for Efficiency and Quality

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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The catchy expression wasn’t intended as a left-handed compliment – it just got bent that way. Crazy-Efficient’s rapid rise to buzzword status has many machinists simply – and sadly – missing the point. “Of course it’s crazy,” scoffs the cynic. “Spend a ton of time making a a complicated fixture? Why bother?” The short answer is: [...]

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Haas CNC Machines Help Glass-Packaging Manufacturer Succeed

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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In a day and age when the media makes frequent references to 10-, 11- or even 12- figure numbers – the personal fortunes of a few high-profile individuals, the market capitalization of public companies or the number-crunching power of the latest super-computer – people have become accustomed to thinking in terms of billions, even if it does stretch the average[...]

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Haas Machines Used in the Production of Artificial Hearts

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

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The heart. Often considered the center of emotion, the embodiment of the soul, the keeper of the spirit, it is seen by many as the source of courage, intuition and affection. It is the symbol of love. In reality, the human heart is a fist-sized mass of muscle connected to the rest of the body by a network of blood vessels more than 60,000 miles long. Running non-stop from birth[...]

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