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The HCN-6800 NEO with Yamazaki Mazak’s flagship Palletech automation system, which will be on display at EMO 2021.
EMO Milano

Integrated automation systems in the limelight

UK — At this year’s EMO Milano, Yamazaki Mazak will be presenting twelve machines complimented by a range of automation and technology solutions that promise to deliver the three key customer benefits of productivity, profitability and environmentally-aware manufacturing operations.

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Companies

Renishaw is previewing its RMI-QE next-generation radio transmission system for probing on machine tools.
Process Automation

How automation technologies can reduce energy consumption

Manufacturers are increasingly looking to automation to drive operational efficiency and overcome skill shortages on the shop floor. However, only with process automation technologies in place can you implement the physical automation of your operations. Physical automation in turn leads to increased productivity, and productivity to sustainability through reduced waste and energy consumption.

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Galleries

When EMO 2021 open its doors, visitors to stand E18/F13 in Hall 2 will be able to gain insights into the latest Vollmer portfolio of sharpening machines and services.
EMO 2021

Sharpening specialist to launch world premiers at EMO Milano

From 4th to 9th October, Biberach-based Vollmer will be be presenting its sharpening machines and digital solutions for efficient and networked machining of cutting tools. One of the highlights on show will be the new VHybrid 260 grinding and erosion machine as well as the VLaser 370 laser machine. There will also be a world premiere in the form of a new tool grinding machine.

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Leader Fial’s extensive new steady rest range will be launched at EMO Milan 2021.
EMO Milano

Steady rests keep machining processes precise

At this year’s EMO international machine tool exhibition, held in Milan on the 4 to 9 October 2021, on Stand F18 in Hall 3 Fial will launch a number of new ranges of steady rests, including Self-Centring steady rests; the Coolant Series with feed for the steady rest’s rollers; a Mini Series for multi axis lathes and mill-turn centres and a range of high accuracy steady rests for grinding applications.

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For rotary tables used in  highly dynamic machining centers, Schaeffler offers high-performing ranges of bearings, including variants with integrated angle measuring systems and direct drives (shown here: YRTCMA rotary table bearing with integrated angle measuring system).
EMO 2021

Improve your machine tool efficiency and precision with integrated system solutions

Germany — According to Schaeffler, there are currently two key trends affecting users and manufacturers of machine tools and metal machining centers: the growing use of ancillary automation solutions and the increasing integration of multiple production processes within machine tools themselves. Therefore, the company is constantly developing and refining its portfolio of products and services for machine tools to help customers keep up with these trends.

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