This fall will see Studer present proven solutions as well as new developments at EMO Hall 6 booth G02. Let’s have a look on these news to come.
The S33 is Studer’s best-selling universal cylindrical grinding machine
So what’s new? The further development of the tried and tested S33 brings important advantages for customers in toolmaking, job shops and the supply industry. Even more workpiece geometries can be ground in a single clamping. This is made possible by a new grinding head with two motor-spindles for external grinding and an internal grinding unit. Three grinding wheels ensure that the workpiece can be machined even more individually and quickly – complete machining in a class of its own!
There are many more new features to discover.
S22 – The production platform for individual grinding solution
Any workpiece can be machined on the S22 using a wide variety of technologies, such as: conventional cylindrical grinding in the production environment, form and thread grinding, high speed grinding (HSG) with cutting speeds between 80 and 140 m/s, or heavy-duty applications with 160mm wide grinding wheels.
CT960 – The all-rounder for internal & radius grinding
The high-end universal internal cylindrical grinding machine with a B-axis swiveling to 91° and 4 spindle turrets. In addition to the four grinding spindles, a measuring probe can also be used for measuring and positioning tasks. The hydraulically swiveling dressing spindle, which is equipped with an NCC diamond disc, enables precise dressing of ceramic bonded diamond grinding wheels. This technology guarantees that the wheel radius always remains constant during the fine grinding process.
CT450L – The optimal machine for low costs per part
It is used for both general internal grinding applications and for grinding spring collets or for machining brittle materials. Simple grinding tasks such as bores, surfaces and tapers through to complex contours are challenges which the CT450L masters easily. The C450, the practical machine for specific grinding solutions, offers even further expansion options in comparison to the C450L: The grinding spindle configuration and the number of grinding spindles can be optimally designed to meet all customer requirements. An extremely cost-effective solution for automated grinding can be achieved with the optional, fully integrated handling for loading and unloading. Threaded nuts can also be ground using the optional C-axis.
The Studer’s team will be at your disposal at EMO on Booth G02 in Hall 6. Meanwhile if you’re interested you can go there.