Wood Dale, IL - MC Machinery Systems, Inc. will showcase the new Waterjet line powered by Mitsubishi Electric at Fabtech 2006. The booth will also showcase the newest equipment and technology from Mitsubishi Laser and Toyokoki Press Brake.
Waterjet's Mitsubishi 700 Series Control provides unprecedented productivity and operator comfort. Dedicated Nano control helps achieve high-precision machining, while improved unit graphics on a 15-inch water-proof screen and NC design simplify operation.
Waterjet powered by Mitsubishi Electric incorporates the precision of Mitsubishi controls and servo system, giving it the accuracy and precision required to complement Mitsubishi Laser technology. By incorporating Waterjet powered by Mitsubishi Electric, fabricators can enhance their bottom line with expanding material capabilities and greater flexibility.
Visitors to the Mitsubishi Laser booth will also see demos on the newest high-speed laser cutting system, the 3015LVPLUS-40CFX. The machine's 40CFX is Mitsubishi's most powerful resonator yet, with standout X-Flow Technology. Its optimal beam quality and beam stability allows for maximum cutting power. With 4,000 watts, it can cut up to 1" mild steel, ½" aluminum and ¾" stainless steel.
Also on display will be one of Mitsubishi Laser's high-performance, three-dimensional multi-axis laser cutting VZ1 machines. The VZ1's six-axis, zero-offset head is ideal for high-speed cutting on complex parts. Its Windows-based control system delivers maximum flexibility during programming, job setup and part cutting.
Mitsubishi Laser's flexible automation system is versatile and expandable, offering several high-production options that can transform and expand for maximum versatility and throughput. The Auto-Flex MSCIII Series allows users to selectively expand their existing FMS system as their needs grow.
Toyokoki Press Brake will showcase both an HYB and APB machine. The HYB Series offers a patented electric/hydraulic "hybrid" system. Its AC servo, motor-driven hydraulic pumps are capable of extraordinary positioning accuracy. The Series features one-micron ram accuracy, 50% less power consumption, patented double-wedge crowning, and thickness-sensing technology.
Fabtech is one of the biggest annual metal forming and fabricating expositions in North America. The 2006 show will take place October 31-November 2 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The show brings together buyers and sellers to facilitate relationships and showcase new products.
Since introducing the first laser cutter in 1987, Mitsubishi Laser has occupied dominant positions in engineering, electronics, manufacturing and product development.
For more information, contact
MC Machinery Systems, Inc.,
1500 Michael Drive,
Jamie L. Bush
Public Relations Coordinator