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Leading supplier of fast hole EDMs now offers a new CNC wire-cut EDM machine, S-EW3 at an affordable price.
Beaumont Machine, located in Southwest Ohio, has updated its EDM line with a new machine, the S-EW3. This 5-axis servo motor EDM (Electrical Discharge Machine) combines several key features for only $69,900.00. These include compact space, approach control, corner control, auto threader and training software.
The S-EW3 Wire EDM is designed by Optimum Machine Solutions and built by a strong Taiwan manufacturer of wire cutting machines, established in 2006. The company specializes in various series of wire cutting EDM machines. In addition, the machine takes up only 42 square feet of floor space, including the machine’s filtration unit. Programmable reduced power settings eliminate wire breaks on lead-in cutting. Automatic adjustment to power settings and feed rate improve corner accuracy. The EDM machine also features an AWT (Auto Wire Threading) that is low maintenance and highly capable.
Regarding the CNC controller, it features a Windows embedded operating system, an independently developed CNC control device, a 15” Color LCD, 64 bits industrial computer and a memory card with capacity of 2GB CF. Furthermore, it includes keyboard, mouse stand, RS-232, USB disk, network and FTP.
The discharge power supply has high speed voltage withstanding MOSFET, a modular design discharge power unit and real-time sparking pulse control.
S-EW3’s features a 5-axis linear guide way, 5-axes AC servo motors, ball screws (grade X/Y C1, U/V C3, Z C5), high stability mechanical structure and a reliable AWT system.
Optional features available are a 3 phase transformer, short message service, remote monitor system, jumbo feeder, a wire guide on top and one on the bottom.
A new “E” learning training software enhances the customer’s S-EW3 experience.
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This new and improved addition to the Accu-Seal family is suitable for the medical and pharmaceutical industry
Accu-Seal, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SencorpWhite, the recognized global leader in high quality, end-to-end solutions for automated packaging, integrated AS/RS systems, and warehouse automation software, announced the immediate availability of its 6300P Series.
The seal lengths/width are 15, 20 and 25 inches/0.375 inches. The series features heavy-duty linear pneumatic seal actuation and high strength stiffened seal bar construction. A digital high-speed PLC controller is included with an LCD touchscreen. Optionally, users can choose to have a data acquisition system with the sealer. This would include seal parameter collection and reporting, as well as peripheral interface capability such as a barcode scanner.
Seal and temperature and pressure limit alarm settings are part of the 6300P Series. In addition, the sealer has thermal overload protection and is ISO 11607 compliant.
SencorpWhite, a Connell Limited Partnership portfolio company, is a leading provider of unique end-to-end solutions for the packaging and management of high-value inventory. The company’s products and services–which range from Sencorp brand innovative thermoformers, CeraPak and Accu-Seal brand packaging technologies to White brand automated storage and retrieval systems and Intek and Minerva inventory management software–cover the entire supply chain, from the point-of-manufacture through distribution and point-of-use. For more information, call (508) 771-9400 or visit http://www.sencorpwhite.com.
About Connell Limited Partnership:
Connell Limited Partnership is a family-owned business headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. Connell has a history of owning and operating industry leading manufacturing companies that provide superior products, exceptional customer service and operational excellence to market leading OEMs. The Connell family is dedicated to supporting a wide range of philanthropic endeavors, with a large commitment to the medical field, including the William F. Connell School of Nursing at Boston College, the Connell and O’Reilly Families Cell Manipulation Core at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, the Connell Nursing Research Scholars Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and the William F. Connell Emergency Department at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. More information is available at http://www.connell-lp.com.
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Accu-Seal SencorpWhite, Inc,
225 Bingham Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069 USA | 760-591-9800 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention: Davis Olney