Methods to showcase various machining solutions at IMTS 2016
August 10, 2016
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Aug. 10, 2016 – Methods Machine Tools — a supplier of precision machine tools, 3D printing technology, automation and accessories — says it will demonstrate a range of “the latest developments” in manufacturing technology at the upcoming IMTS 2016 show.
Methods3D, a newly formed subsidiary of Methods Machine Tools, will be exhibiting six 3D Systems production machines representing four technologies (SLA, SLS, MJP, DMP), including the new ProX DMP 320 3D metal printer. Experts will also be on hand to discuss sample parts, user applications and the integration of 3D and conventional machining technologies. Automation solutions will also be on display at the booth. CNC Machines and EDMs machines making a North American debut at IMTS include: Nakamura-Tome NTRX-300 heavy-duty multi-tasking turning centre; YASDA YBM 9150 CNC jig borer 3-axis machining centre; Kiwa-Japan Triple H40 horizontal machining centre; Fanuc D21 MiA, D21 MiB and D21 LiB series RoboDrills machining centres; Fanuc CiB series wire EDMs; Feeler HV-1100V vertical machining centre; Feeler U-800 5-axis machining centre; Feeler SV-350 vertical machining centre; and VisionGauge 700 series extended travel digital optical comparators.
IMTS 2016 will take place at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill., September 12-17.
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