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‘High Fives’ All-Round for Ward CNC’s New Five-Axis Duo

The two new five-axis vertical machining centres (VMCs) being shown publicly in the UK for the first time by T W Ward CNC Machinery (Ward CNC) set new standards in high-quality yet cost-effective multi-axis machining routines – for companies of all sizes in all industry sectors.

Kerf Cuts a Path to Precision & Productivity

Kerf Developments will be using MACH 2018 as the launch-pad event for the latest additions to its extensive plasma, waterjet and oxy-fuel cutting product portfolio.

In Hall 7 Stand 660, Kerf will be keen to highlight the merits of the new Plasmaster HD (High Definition) system. This innovative cutting technology will be fitted with the latest Lincoln Electric Flexcut plasma system. Taking plasma cutting to a new level, this next generation technology offers ground breaking levels of performance, price, precision and cut-quality for high definition plasma cutting.

New Touch-Screen Controls

The first HEIDENHAIN milling control to be made available with a touch-screen was the TNC 620 mid-range CNC system, launched in the UK mid-2017.

It will be on show for the first time at MACH 2018 along with a similar, next-generation version of the top-end TNC 640 control, hitherto unannounced.

Open Network Capabilities

FANUC UK will demonstrate its next-generation automated capabilities, alongside its latest advances in robotics, RoboMachines, drives, and controls in Hall 19, stand 610

“Our theme this year is ‘Connectivity’,” says Andrew Armstrong, FANUC UK’s sales and marketing manager. “Alongside a selection of our most recent product launches, many of which will be making their UK debut at MACH, we will also be demonstrating FANUC’s capabilities within the emerging markets of artificial intelligence, Industry 4.0 and the IoT.”

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