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MAX-TEK Provides Superabrasive Machining Solutions



MAX-TEK provides superabrasive machining solutions for difficult to machine materials such as Inconel, Rene, stainless steel and nickel for aerospace and power generation blades, vanes, nozzle guide vanes, shrouds and segments. All machines have substantial machine beds that are constructed of high tensile Meehanite to provide rigidity and vibration dampening for high speed superabrasive machining. Fanuc 0iMD or Fanuc 31iM CNC controls are available. Spindles are of European design and build. Part programming, wheel design and application of engineered coolant nozzles are included in turnkey packages.

The MAX-510 and MAX-710 Superabrasive Machines are basic building block machines and have travels of 510 and 710 mm. The machines can be configured for 3, 4, or 5-axis machining and come standard with a 35-65 HP, 12,000 RPM spindle with HSK-63, 80 or 100 spindle nose. Increased horsepower spindles, wheel dressers and multiple coolant zone nozzles are optional.

The HGC Series horizontal grinding centers are available in 400 to 800 mm (pallet size) and in various axes configurations including 3-, 4- and 5-axis including rotary trunnion tables. The grinding centers are equipped with shielded linear guide ways and fully automatic pallet, tool and nozzle changers. Direct drive 12,000 RPM, 35 to 100 HP, HSK-100 spindles with chillers are available. Table dressers or a rotary indexer mounting up to four dressing stations are optional. Milling, drilling and tapping capabilities are also standard items.

For more information contact:

Edward Elie, President

MAX-TEK LLC

40 Progress Circle

Newington, CT 06111

860-372-4900

eelie@max-tekllc.com

www.max-tekllc.com

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