Used machine tools
Jig grinding machine
All machines designed for grinding operations are not equal in terms of accuracy. One of the best performing systems in the category at that level is the coordinate grinding machine, widely used for the production of tools and molds.
The coordinate grinding machine is in fact designed specifically to achieve high degrees of accuracy and finishing of complex shapes and holes.
Moreover, it is specifically used for its high speed grinding. This is because the coordinate grinding machine
has, in most cases, a removable or pneumatic spindle with adjustable or fixed rotation speed, depending on the model.
In the coordinate grinding machine, the head of the machine performs two types of vertical movements, one associated with the draft stage and the other corresponding to the precise adjustment for the finishing stage.
The positioning of the table and the spindle is extremely accurate. It is far more advantageous than a manual lathe or a milling machine, for example. At this point the coordinate grinding machine approximates a pointing machine.
The coordinate grinding machine could be conventional or CNC.
The design and the structure of the coordinate grinding machine make of it a state-o- art equipment with a high added value and which funstioning, maintenance, and checking require very specific skills. RDMO Workshops capitalized this type of know-how; the models of second-hand coordinate grinding machines they examine come out uprated in a state very close to new machines.
Companies like Hauser
, Mitsui Seiki
, and Moore Tool
Company are among the leading manufacturers of coordinate grinding machines