SCHAUBLIN’s Runout Adjustement System (SRS) is very precise and can be applied to wide range for machines.
SCHAUBLIN’s Runout Adjustement System (SRS) can be applied to all major grining machines including Hawemat, Walter, Anca, Makino, Saacke, Schaublin, DMG, Stausak.
It is possible ot use keep runout to less than 0.002mm using this clamping system.
- Accuracy (less than ±0.002mm) and easy to use.
- Easy maintenance and repair
- Able to protect against contamination and rust
- Able to apply to all major collets and can be used with wide range of machines.
Profile precision and surface quality are two essential quality features when manufacturing cycloid gear and cycloide groove for the automotive industry. Only the grinding process is capable of fulfilling these requirements. Grinding the entire profile width in a single work cycle results in the highest precision. Where large quantities are also required at low costs, MÄGERLE’s surface and profile grinding machines provide unrivalled results.
Foundation stone for Swiss quality mechanical engineering
Starting out as a metal-ware business, Karl Mägerle founded Gebrüder Mägerle GmbH in 1929 jointly with his brother. This was followed by the acquisition of the Fritz Wunderli AG grinding machine business three years later, enabling the company’s entry into grinding technology. This laid the foundation stone for an unparalleled success story in Swiss quality mechanical engineering.
Mägerle sells the first flat grinding machines in the F7 series with hydraulic drive
A design principle retains its validity
Mägerle set the most important milestone in 1980. Its flat and profile grinding machines – now established worldwide – were built with a fully enclosed hydro-static guide system for the first time. This ground-breaking design principle still distinguishes Mägerle’s cutting-edge technology today, and forms the unique basis for the unsurpassed results in precision, cost effectiveness, reliability and long working life.
Recognised performance in demanding conditions
The worldwide reputation of Mägerle flat and profile grinding machines is long established. With their equally high removal capacity and machining precision, they are recognized on the market as top-class machines. They demonstrate their performance and versatility daily in demanding applications in the turbine industry, the automotive and aircraft industry, the hydraulics industry and the energy sector, as well as machine tools and tool making. All industries that make the highest demands in respect of mechanical, ergonomic and operational qualities.
High-precision machine components
Precision in every detail: reliable machine components from HAWEMA. The chain is only as good as each individual link. For this reason, Hawema attaches particular importance to high-quality machine components. Our motor spindles have a run-out of less 2µ. The precision guides are pre-stressed for maximum rigidity and precision, and are permanently lubricated. The kinematic action, patented worldwide, with grinding column in double bearings (y- and b-axes) assures maximum rigidity and precision with exceptional freedom of movement.
- Complete granite based machine frame fully integrated in the mineral compound machine bed, resulting in highest rigidity and lowest thermal expansion of the whole system.
- All axis built on granite base plate, with direct measuring system (X, Y and Z axis) and high precision guides, direct drives in the rotation axis.
- Double supported grinding spindle axis integrated in the granite base.
Hawema KINEMATICS (patented worldwide)
- Short travel paths
- Optimal cycle times
- Compact design
- Modular construction
- High rigidity
- Highest precision
- Excellent grinding possibilities
Since 1924 Blohm flat and profile grinding machines have been used worldwide wherever precision, performance and productivity are required. More than 15,000 delivered machines reflect the international recognition of Blohm grinding machines. Constant advancements and a spirit of innovation have characterized the company’s varied history since its foundation.
WURI II machine tool. (1937)
Creep feed grinding machine HFS (1962)
Today Blohm grinding machines are known for their precision and productivity. Blohm is widely recognized as technology leader of aviation turbine industry and has strong presence in general mechanical engineering, bearing, automotive, hydraulic, tool making and turbine industry.
A major development has been achieved in the product area, HAUSER jig grinding, in Biel. A new wheelhead has been developed for the model series 45 and 55.
HAUSER jig grinding machines traditionally cater to the niche of highly accurate grinding work in tool and mold fabrication, as well as grinding production of demanding small series. The new development realized by HAUSER is aimed at a pronounced increase in productivity as well as a significant improvement in achievable processing precision. At the same time, the ability to do hard machining by grinding is supplemented with expanded possibilities for fine milling, analogous to HSC milling.
To be precise, this is achieved through a new jig wheelhead. This, with the classic characteristics of the Z axis combined with the C and U axes, represents a new, previously unknown dimension of performance and capacity on the market.
Here, a Z axis with highly dynamic oscillation capabilities was realized using linear motors. The C axis is designed with a hydrostatic bearing, which permits highly accurate planetary grinding with roundness in the sub-micron range. The new design of the U axis also has a unique, large capacity for movement.
A great deal of attention was paid to preventing the effects of thermal expansion, to ensure that the sought-after improvements in precision were actually achieved.
Overall, an unusually high degree of system rigidity, previously unknown in jig grinding, has been achieved by this new solution, providing a range of improvements, such as
- a pronounced increase in performance capabilities.
- new combinations of use with grinding and hard milling
- clear improvements in precision in respect to achievable bore roundness
- previously unimagined possibilities for automation and variations in bore grinding, mold grinding, profile grinding and every kind of conical processing
HAUSER jig grinding machines fitted with this new wheelhead are available immediately in the new model series H45 and H55. The machine frames take into account the performance increases of the new wheelhead, which is why they have been given a heavier construction. On exhibition at the AMB is the HAUSER H45-400 and corresponds, in terms of size, to the previous S45-400. A full scale machine can be viewed in Hall 8, Stand D16.