Product brochure: Up-Gear technology for bevel gear machining from Sandvik Coromant
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Up-Gear technology brochure
Up-Gear technology, produced by Sandvik Coromant in collaboration with Heller, is a Heller five-axis machine that is equipped with user-friendly software and a Sandvik Coromant toolset for bevel gear machining. According to the company, it is a flexible, productive and cost-efficient solution that is suitable for users whether they manufacture bevel gears for construction machinery, marine propulsion systems or trains. This brochure provides a productivity example, information on how to select your toolset and application examples.
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Sandvik Coromant has introduced a vibration damper that helps to maintain stable production during deep-hole machining (DHM) operations and to support increased machine tool utilisation.
Sandvik Coromant is offering an online tool recommendation service for production engineers looking to improve efficiency and agility in parting and grooving machining operations. Known as First Choice, the free e-service is part of the company’s strategy of combining the latest technologies with improved levels of support in order to deliver advanced parting and grooving solutions.
On 16–19 March in Sandviken, Sweden, Sandvik Coromant successfully hosted the first-ever Gear Summit. Twenty-five of the world-leading decision-makers and experts from the gear industry were invited to discuss the common challenges and the future of gear manufacturing.
SpiroGrooving — a method for seal ring grooves developed by Sandvik Coromant — is designed to ensure the high output of quality components and to meet tough security demands. Used with the CoroBore XL system, it utilises a spirograph toolpath to create close-tolerance seal ring grooves in a secure and productive way.
Sandvik Coromant is planning to highlight recent innovations developed with its technology partner Mitis at JEC Europe, which is due to take place on 10–12 March 2015. In addition, visitors to the show on 10 March are invited to attend a free presentation on the subject of vibration-assisted drilling in the Agora area at 11:00.