Hunter open house to feature new Maus grinding center for metal casters
SAM 600G machine being introduced to the foundry market at open house, to be held at Hunter Automated near Chicago on May 19
Schaumburg, Illinois (USA)-Hunter Automated Machinery today announces an open house, to be held at company headquarters in Schaumburg, Illinois, near Chicago, next Thursday, May 19, from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. During this event, plant tours will be conducted, plus demonstrations will be offered on a new grinding center from Maus, one of Hunter's machinery partners, whom Hunter represents in North America.
The Maus SAM 600G, a CNC grinding center for cast metals finishing, will be introduced to the North American foundry market at an open house, to be held at Hunter Automated in Schaumburg, IL, near Chicago, on May 19.
The SAM 600G is a fully automated CNC automatic grinding center, compact yet powerful, with four-tool capacity and a product load/unload time less than four seconds.
Built with a rotary turntable for loading/unloading of the workpieces, this Maus machine can significantly improve the finishing operations. Multi-spindle grinding is programmable for cutting of risers and gating, plus surface and internal grinding.
All are welcomed at this event, so please call Diane Nicolau at Hunter and let her know what time you'll be visiting. She can be reached at 847-397-5120 or dnicolau(at)hunterauto.com.
Hunter and its partners will all be exhibiting at GIFA, the international foundry exposition, upcoming June 28-July 2, 2011 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
See you at GIFA
Hall 15 Booth 37