Wisconsin Machine Tool Show: New products and services to be exhibited Oct. 6-8

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Hartland, Wisconsin . . . The exhibitors at the 11th Wisconsin Machine Tool Show, to be held at the Wisconsin Exposition Center of State Fair Park, Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 6-8, 2009, will display a wide range of new manufacturing technologies and services. Highlights include:

Advanced Machine & Engineering (Rockford, IL), Booth 831: Introducing the new dovetail vise-clamping component, as the newest addition to their product line. Also showing Amrok tombstones and Triag modular workholding, as well as a number of other workholding products and services. Visit http://www.ame.com for more information.

Balestrieri Environmental & Development, Inc. (Elkhorn, WI), Booth 1226: Highlighting their multi-level environmental management services, including asbestos abatement, industrial coating removal, abrasive blasting, mold remediation and more. Visit http://www.balestrierigroup.com.

BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling, Inc. (Elk Grove Village, IL), Booth 323: Showcasing an expansion to the BIG-PLUS® line of tool holders with extended gage lengths for BIG-PLUS® Shell Mill Adapters and Shrink Fit Tool Holders, introducing new CKN modular connection and anew Mega Synchor tapping holder, and expansion of Phoenix drill series with 10 times more productivity. To preview, visit http://www.BIGKaiser.com.

CarrLane Roemheld (Ellisville, MO), Booth 916: A full line of Roemheld hydraulic workholding, Hilma vises, clamps, work supports and Stark Zero Point module systems will be showcased in their booth. Visit http://www.clrh.com.

Concept Machine Tool Wisconsin (Delafield, WI), Booth 1303: Exhibiting the Hermle Machine Company C30 U 5-axis machining center with a 630 mm diameter tiling rotary table. Also showing Mitsubishi EDM, Waterjet, Roku Roku; Kitamura, Milltronics, Zeiss, and Miyano metalworking systems. Visit http://www.conceptmachine.com.

DCM Tech Corp. (Winona, MN), Booth 1236: Featuring IGO80M small footprint rotary grinder with magnetic table (including automatic DCmag feature) with enclosed shroud/air and coolant filtration. AC/DC HOT magnetic particle inspection; computer controlled with process qualification (refocusing) feature. Visit http://www.DCM-Tech.com.

Dynamic International (Pewaukee, Wis.), Booth 405: Representing top builders such as Hurto, Okamoto, Sodick, OKK and Dynamic Speed. Alao announcing that Dynamic International has partnered with Samsung Machine Tools to become their nationwide distributor. The product line features a complete line of high-speed CNC lathes with superior quality and cutting capacity. Visit http://www.dynamicintl.com to learn more.

Engis Corporation (Wheeling, IL), Booth 1136: Announcing the launch of the new Hyprez FastLap FL Series of versatile, economical tabletop and floor-standing lapping and polishing machines. Specifically designed to increase efficiencies when processing a wide range of industrial and advanced materials, including steels, ceramics, carbides, sapphire and silicon carbide. See more at http://www.engis.com.

Equipment Concepts, Inc. (Mukwonago, WI), Booths 637 and 737: Showcasing the new Leadwell V40 machining center with either 10,000 or 12,000 RPM 30 or 42 HP spindle, and the Romi GL-240 mid-sized combination lathe with a 20.4” swing over the bed. The lathe can be operated in four different ways. Visit http://www.ecitool.com for more information.

Euro-Tech Corporation (Menomonee Falls, WI), Booth 327: Introducing the new Pinhead Flexible Fixturing product line featuring a fast simple way to hold parts on a CMM or Vision Inspection System. Within seconds, you can set the spacing using Pinhead components and nest the part. Inspection than can begin immediately to lower production costs and reduce inspection times. See them at http://www.eurotechcorp.com.

Focus on Energy (Madison, WI), Booth 22: A Wisconsin energy efficiency and renewable energy initiative. Providing business with free information and technical expertise, education and training, and cash incentives to implement efficiency and renewable projects or upgrades. Visit http://www.focusonenergy.com for details.

Ford Tool and Gage Corporation (Milwaukee, WI), Booth 336: As a is a supplier of Dimensional Inspection and Metrology equipment, Ford will highlight a number of Edmunds Gages products including the Epic ADAMM dimensional measurement amplifier, the Epic CAG microprocessor with signal conditioning, display and storage in one unit and the auto air shutoff unit. See http://www.fordtoolandgage.com for into.

Haas Automation, Inc., (Oxnard, CA), Booth 600: Exhibiting the DT-1 compact, high-speed drill and tap machine with full milling capabilities and a 20″ x 16″ x 15.5″ work cube and 26″ x 15″ T-slot table. Also showing the ST-30 turning center with a spindle head that features a 45-degree wedge design greatly increases the tool-mounting envelope and improves chip flow. Visit them at http://www.HaasCNC.com.

Hastings Air Energy Control, Inc. (New Berlin, WI), Booth 605: Highlighting the iVEC™ Systems “Steward” ventilation energy control system, the Filter-1 Benchtron dust collector for welder training facilities and Filter-1 Hydrotron wet downdraft table. Visit http://www.hastingsairenergy.com.

Iverson and Company (Des Plaines, IL), Booth: 1205: The Hardinge Group will introduce their new Super-Precision Quest CHNC turning center. Offered with a 27mm 5C collet-ready spindle or a 42mm 16C collet-ready spindle, the machine is designed for high accuracy and quick job changeover to meet the increasing demands of the medical, aerospace, defense, and computer/electronics industries.

Marvel Manufacturing Company, Inc. (Oshkosh, WI), Booth 1017: Featuring the Hercules S330HV new semi-automatic bandsaw with hydraulic vising, the PA10/3 automatic horizontal bandsaw with new Spartan EPC controller and the new 2125A PCPC 48” ballscrew driven shuttle. See their complete line of industrial saws by visiting http://www.sawing.com.

Merwin-Stoltz Company (Menomonee Falls, WI), Booth 723: Displaying the new HTT line of CNC deephole drilling machines and the new Maier hybrid 32 mm Swiss screw machine with removable guide bushing. Visit http://www.merwin-stoltz.com.

Partmaker, Inc. (Ft. Washington, PA), Booth 331: A division of Delcam Plc, will unveil PartMaker 2010 Software for programming CNC mills, lathes, wire EDMs, turn-mill Centers and Swiss-type lathes. Highlights include performing 5-axis simultaneous milling on multi-axis lathes, more powerful milling functionality and the ability to better visualize thread whirling. Visit http://www.partmaker.com for more details.

Schunk Intech (Morrisville, NC), Booth 827: Exhibiting the KONTEC KSC multi-functional clamping system; UNILOCK magnetic quick-change pallet system; ROTA NCKplus and THWplus chucks; and SINO-R and TENDO-E toolholders, Also announcing their partnership with Joe Gibbs Racing, one of NASCAR’s premier Sprint Cup Racing Teams. For details, visit http://www.schunk.com.

Sheffco, Inc. (Pewaukee, WI), Booth 337: A full selection and measurement systems will be shown in their booth, including the Sheffield Discovery III CMM, Sheffield Pioneer CMM, Renishaw® probing system, Hexagon PC-DMIS metrology software and Romer portable arm CMM. Visit http://www.sheffco.com.

Stainless Shapes, Inc. (Bloomingdale, IL), Booth 1102: Specializing in the distribution of quality stainless steel bar stock, hot roll wire rod, hex bar, squares, and tubing. Displaying stainless angle, channel, flat, round, hex and square bar, pipe and tube stainless. See their website at http://www.stainlessshapes.net for more information.

TMK Machinery, Inc. (Tomahawk, WI), Booth 1217: TMK will showcase the DynaPath 5E machining center with a 26” x 52” travel, and the DynaPath bed mill with a 10” x 54” table. Visit http://www.dynapath.com.

Toellner Systems, Inc. (Wisconsin Rapids, WI), Booth 227: Spotlighting part loading systems that load/unload in 5 seconds! Also featuring the new TSI E-series, offering complete automation for under $25,000. Visit http://www.toellner.com for more information.

Urban Technologies, Inc. (Port Washington, WI), Booth 1147: Featuring Bluco Corp. modular fixturing for machining and welding, Kinefac, Inc., spline rolling, forming and roll sizing systems, and Max-Tek, LLC pump impeller profile machining.

Waukesha Industrial Supply, Inc. (Waukesha, WI), Booth 1117: Displaying the AutoCrib RoboCrib 500 is a new, smaller vending system that works well in smaller machine shops or in a cell manufacturing environment to dispense up to 500 different items. ScaleMate allows you to dispense and control less expensive items such as fasteners, without repackaging. Also acts like a “turbo charger” because it greatly expands the capacity of the machine. Visit http://www.wisonline.net.

Weller Machinery Company (Germantown, WI), Booth 700: Featuring the all new Salvagnini fiber laser, a high-speed cutting laser with all new poser supply, eliminating maintenance and dramatically reducing power requirements. Also huge Weiler E90 “oil country” lathe, the world’s easiest for small lot sizes, Mighty Viper VMC 2100AG, Durma 9” x 100 ton ADS series 7-axis precision press brake, Accubilt modular weld cell with OTC welding robot. For details, visit http://www.Wellerusa.com.

Wohlhaupter Corporation (Centerville, OH), Booth 949: Cutting and boring tools, including the AluLine aluminum body boring tools up to 8 ft. in diameter, DigiBore digitally controlled precision boring head with a range of tools from .118” to 8.189”, and the CombiLine for semi and finish boring in one pass. Visit http://www.wohlhaupterus.com.

The Wisconsin Machine Tool Show is one of the largest metalworking shows in the country and will be held October 6-8, 2009 at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park, Milwaukee, Wis. Exhibits will be open on Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 9:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m., Wed. Oct. 7 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Thurs., Oct. 8 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Pre-registration for all events is free. For more information, contact Expo Productions toll-free at 800-367- 5520, or visit http://www.MachineToolShow-WI.com. Exhibitor and attendee information is updated regularly on the show website.