The TL Series Toolroom Lathes are affordable, easy to use, and offer the precision control and flexibility of the Haas CNC system. The TL-1 is very easy to learn and operate – even without knowing G-code. It is the perfect machine for start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining.
Operates on single- or three-phase power
An affordable alternative to conventional lathes
Includes conversational programming system – no G-code knowledge required
An ideal machine for start-up shops, or as a first step into CNC machining
Toolroom Mill; 40" x 16" x 16" (1016 x 406 x 406 mm), 40 taper, 7.5 hp (5.6 kW) vector drive, 4000 rpm, full enclosure, Intuitive Programming System, coolant pump, 1 MB program memory, memory lock keyswitch, 15" color LCD monitor and USB port.
The compact, yet ruggedly constructed W Series Laboratory Scale Hammer Mill offers tremendous flexibility while producing results comparable to high production models. A robust, portable gravity discharge hammer mill, the W Series is scalable and ideal for batch, small production or pilot projects. It is highly versatile and able to reduce a variety of materials to a fine granular or powder consistency. Optional internal, replaceable wear plates may be added for processing more abrasive materials.
Laser glass processing is increasingly being utilized as various consumer electronics, such as television, mobile/smart phones, and GPS devices gain in popularity. Motivating factors include reduced cost through yield and device enhancement through laser-enabled processes.
(Model 12-12H) Twelve ton, manual, four-column hydraulic lab press with digital heated platens. Fully guided moving platen assures parallelism over 12" x 12" surface. Daylight opening adjustable to 10". Easy-to-read dual scale analog gauge, reading in pounds force and metric tons. Electrically heated platens for temperatures up to 650 deg F (343 C upon request) with one digital controller per platen.
•Clamping force 12 tons
•Adjustable Daylight 0" Ð 10" (Factory set at 4 1/2”)
To bend metal, Press Brake machines normally use a wedge shaped upper die that force the metal down into the V shaped lower die to bend metal to conform with the tooling.
A Back Gauge can position the metal exactly where you want it, and the Ram Depth Control is used to stop the upper die at the correct depth down into the lower die to form the angle desired. Sophisticated tooling can be used to form several bends simultaneously. The size of machine required is normally determined by the thickness of the metal and width of the bottom V-die used.
Dreis & Krump offers hydraulic shears with cutting lengths of 5, 8, and 10 feet. The swing beam hydraulic shear with adjustable stroke stoke length and simple blade gap adjustment will make your shearing operation a snap.
HCHC blades, compact hydraulic unit and inch/single operating modes are standard equipment. Asquaring arm with inlaid scale, tee slot and flip stop make front gauging a snap. The power back gauge with LED readout and GO TO Positioning offers value at an affordable price.