Machine-tool and advanced production systems manufacturer Danobat will once again have a major presence at this year´s EMO trade fair in Hanover, one of the biggest events on the international calendar for the industrial manufacturing sector.

Under the slogan "Together beyond Challenges", the firm is to present eight latest-generation machines with high technology value, three of them fully automatic, designed to handle high precision turning and grinding processes. Danobat will also be showcasing its development of advanced services and the consolidation of its digital value services.

The firm is to have 700 m² of exhibition space (stand D-45, Hall 11), where it will present solutions developed to make industry more competitive and adjust fully to the machining needs of its customers while guaranteeing maximum reliability and productivity in highly demanding applications



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Specifically, at this edition of the EMO Danobat is to present a fully automated system for grinding the injector seal on automotive engines, a component barely 2 mm in diameter for which production demands are very high.

The firm is also to show its LG-1000 exterior grinding machine with built-in gantry, a development that combines great flexibility (it is capable of manufacturing up to 180 different items) with high production capacity.

The EMO will also feature the presentation of the ESTARTA-650 centreless grinding machine, intended to manufacture components for electric bikes, and the HG-72 grinding machine, which has been redesigned to manufacture components 1500 mm in length for electric motors made by Siemens and now integrates grinding and measuring operations in a single set-up.

Another new product which Danobat will be showing at the trade fair is the VG-800 vertical grinding machine, which combines exterior and interior grinding and measuring operations for the manufacturing of precision machine-tool components.

To cater for users who need the precision provided by grinding machines but do not wish to forsake the flexibility of turning machines, the firm is to present a high precision lathe for turning hard materials, with a system aimed at meeting the needs of short-run manufacturers who need to change the type of component made frequently.

Along with these new machines, the firm´s stand is to showcase two grinding machines made by its German subsidiary Danobat-Overbeck: the IRD-400, a fully automatic machine using a robot to load and unload workpieces, intended specifically for grinding interiors and spokes; and the ILD-400, designed to grind interiors, exteriors and spokes and for non-cylindrical grinding on workpieces measuring up to 1300 mm in length.

During the trade-fair Danobat is also planning to present its new "multi-frame" machine interface, which can be user customised to combine different windows on the HMI for more user-friendly browsing.



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