Introducing improvements to precision and countermeasures for emergencies as required when designing machining centers.
01.Monitors need to be movable in accordance with the worker's height or the nature of the work
Available display mounting systems include adjustable angle type and options for various mounting locations
Adjust the monitor position freely.
02.For ATC/tool magazine revolving shaft connections
High rigidity couplings should be used
A wide variety of rigid couplings is available. Customization is also available.
03.Linear guideways must be more easily fixed
Screws can be fixed easily and with high precision simply by tightening
The workpiece is strongly clamped by the head, which is decentered from the shaft center of the screw.
04.Screws fixing protective and maintenance covers must not fall out
Part fallout when attaching/ removing covers should be prevented
Screws structured not to fall out of covers are available. Also ideal for CE Marking compatibility.
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