Join BIG Kaiser at the MicroManufacturing Conference April 16th & 17th
On April 16th and 17th visit BIG Kaiser at booth #501 for the MicroManufacturing Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Exploring the many micro manufacturing processes available, this conference brings together industry professionals to discuss the latest developments and to improve your processes. Don’t miss your chance to see BIG Kaiser’s intuitive and exciting micro tooling solutions firsthand and see below for a sneak peek of what to expect on display.
Visit BIG Kaiser’s conference showroom and add our booth to your expo plan.
The Sphinx micro drill line is something you don’t want to miss. For the first time, Sphinx Tools Ltd., available in the U.S. from BIG Kaiser, is offering its popular Art. #51200 beginning at Ø.03 mm, as a standard stock item. This allows us to deliver these superior solid carbide micro drills in a very short lead time, in a reliable and consistent quality, and with a price tag similar to other standard Sphinx micro drills. Read more here.
BIG Kaiser’s EWN 04-7 Series, the smallest precision finish boring head on the market, will be featured at the show. While this KAISER boring head is accustomed to micro-machining applications, when paired with a KAISER KA carbide bar it can also solve problems for companies that need a tool able to travel into deep cavities for ultra-small diameter boring. Read more here.
The Air Power Spindle from BIG Daishowa is an air-driven tool with variable spindle speeds up to 80,000 RPM that can be used on existing machining centers to provide dramatic enhancements to surface finish quality, to extend tool life, and to reduce spindle wear. Watch what this tool can do here.
BIG Kaiser offers a variety of HSK forms in all the popular sizes – they’re the most accurate and flexible HSK systems available. At the show, we will be showcasing many micro tool holder solutions in HSK Form E, F and even A for those who need the additional torque. Read more about the entire lineup of Spindle Systems and Tool Holders here.
Please be sure to visit booth #501 and speak to one of our application engineers.
For specifics on other new products we have launched, view our “New Products” flyer here.
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