Production cylindrical grinding machine for micro components in Paris

The youngest Studer S11 is the smallest machine in the Thun company’s portfolio and is tailor-made for workpieces of up to 200 mm in length. You will be able to discover this new machine at Industrie Paris from March 31 to Avril 4, 2014.

Practically excluded: A Studer S11 has already been undergoing an endurance test in 2 and 3-shift operation for almost two years. The empirical values gathered from the endurance test were integrated into the final detailed developments, enabling a production-proven Studer S11 to be launched to the market.
Practically excluded: A Studer S11 has already been undergoing an endurance test in 2 and 3-shift operation for almost two years. The empirical values gathered from the endurance test were integrated into the final detailed developments, enabling a production-proven Studer S11 to be launched to the market.

This extremely compact machine concept delivers a level of productivity that will amaze even experienced grinding specialists. The S11 embodies an extremely compact design paired with high productivity and Swiss precision. Energy efficiency included and certified by the Blue Competence Label.

Compact design – high precision
This comparison emphasizes the direction things are taking in cylindrical grinding: greater productivity combined with an extremely compact design. However, when people hear the term “compact” in the machine tool industry, the following questions are bound to be asked:
“Is the Studer S11 sufficiently stable and precise” and “Is the Studer S11 easily accessible despite its small size”?
The answer to both these questions is clearly yes. When it comes to grinding, precision is the be-all and end-all. The Thun specialists naturally have this in their genes. Initial empirical values with respect to precision are provided by the manufacture of injection nozzles for die-sels. This requires roundness tolerances under 5/10 µm in series and a straightness under 1 µm. These values are considerably undercut by the S11 in practice. This is ensured not only by Studer’s precision machine tool construction and an excellent heat management sys-tem but also by the in-process gauging and the control system.

Many other features
The new machines includes advanced features as:

  • 500 mm grinding wheel with rotary dressing
  • A wheelhead that can be set at 0° or at 20°.
  • Stroke of 210 mm in both X and Z directions
  • Easily adaptable handling system, be it manual or automatic
  • Simple software control
  • Very good accessibility
Phenomenal accessibility: If the cross-slide has to be changed, it can be replaced in just one day as a complete unit.
Phenomenal accessibility: If the cross-slide has to be changed, it can be replaced in just one day as a complete unit.

You will be able to discover this new machine at Industrie Paris from March 31 to Avril 4, 2014.

Fritz Studer AG  Industrie Paris
CH-3602 Thun
Tel +41 33 439 11 11
Fax +41 33 439 11 12
[email protected]
www.studer.com
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