EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
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    Tool setting unit - KENOVA set line V9xx-S

    Logo Tool setting unit - KENOVA set line V9xx-S
    Logo Tool setting unit - KENOVA set line V9xx-S
    Logo Tool setting unit - KENOVA set line V9xx-S
    Logo Tool setting unit - KENOVA set line V9xx-S

    Product description

    The revolution in tool presetting.

    Ease of use coupled with maximum precision. This range is modern, ergonomically designed and unique in its design. With its mineral cast base, cast in one piece from the guideway to the floor, KELCH is setting new benchmarks in the design of tool presetters. This design promises durable and consistent mechanical KELCH quality.

    Product features of mineral cast
    - Environmentally-friendly manufacture thanks to cold casting process
    - Sustainable recycling is possible
    - Vibration-damping
    - Insensitive to temperature fluctuations thanks to thermal inertia
    - Precise measurement due to robust structure

    High-end tool presetter with integrated induction coil for automatic shrinking with length adjustment.

    Precise shrinking and setting in one unit
    Shrink grip and shrink release, measurement and presetting – the KENOVA set line V9xx-S offers all this and more. A tool presetter combined with an inductive shrink fit device:

    Dynamic and flexibility in one
    KENOVA set line V9xx-S combines the KENOVA set line V9xx tool presetter and the i-tec® XL shrink fit device to create an automatic station. The KENOVA set line V9xx-S enables tools to be perfectly measured, preset and simultaneously shrunk on one device. A unique feature of the dynamic shrink fit process is the fact that tools can be very quickly shrunk and adjusted to the required target dimension.

    Dynamic presetting
    In the phase in which the chuck is opened by warming, the tool is set exactly to its target length fully automatically. The benefits of this process include the short cycle times and the option of changing the tool in a single cycle. Naturally chucks from different “quality manufacturers” can also be used here.

    If measurements are necessary, which do not permit setting during the expansion phase of the chuck, the length of the shank tool is determined using setting adaptors prior to heating. The tool is finally shrunk to its target length using intelligent calculation and pre-positioning of the setting pins. This process is mainly designed for complex measuring tasks or for HSS tools.

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    Hall 4, Stand C26

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