Multi-feed honing technology

  • 27-Sep-2011 09:46 EDT
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Multi-feed honing technology combines Sunnen’s new controlled-force tool feed with its controlled-rate feed system. According to the company, the technology provides gear manufacturers with a choice of tool-feed modes to achieve the shortest cycle times, lowest part cost, and longest abrasive life for the workpiece geometry, material, and tool type/size being honed. The new controlled-force tool-feed capability maintains an optimum cutting load on the honing abrasive throughout a cycle, irrespective of the incoming part's hardness, geometry, or size variation. Multi-feed technology is available as an option on Sunnen’s SV-1000 and SV-500 machines as well as a retrofit for existing machines in these series.

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