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May 24
Manufacturing and CNC Machining Represented at the 2019 Indianapolis 500

Ed-Carpenter_Indy-500_2019.jpgINDIANAPOLIS – Manufacturing and CNC machining will be well represented at this weekend’s Indianapolis 500, the largest single day sporting event in the world, with five cars representing two brands of CNC machines; Hurco and Takumi USA.


The Hurco logo will be on IndyCar partner Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) cars #20 (Ed Carpenter), #21 (Spencer Pigot), and #63 (Ed Jones). The Hurco logo is placed on the center spine of the ECR racing cars.


For the sixth time in seven years, ECR will have a front row starting position for the Indianapolis 500; but for the first time, the team will hold two of the three positions. ECR will also fill out three of the top four starting positions in Sunday’s 500-mile classic. Ed Carpenter, Spencer Pigot and Ed Jones qualified second, third and fourth, respectively.


Ed Carpenter is the only owner/driver in the series and has already placed his name solidly in the history of the Indianapolis 500 as a three-time Indy 500 Pole Winner. Ed Carpenter Racing (ECR) began its partnership with Hurco in 2014 to gain an edge in the competitive world of IndyCar. Two Hurco CNC machines grind out parts for the motorsports team located in Indianapolis, Indiana. In return, the Hurco logo is displayed on the team’s cars and uniforms in addition to special access for customer events during the IndyCar season.


The Takumi USA logo will be on IndyCar partner Dreyer and Reinbold Racing (DRR) cars #24 (Sage Karam) and #48 (J.R. Hildebrand). The bright orange Takumi logo is located on the side of each car near the rear tire. DRR uses the Takumi H10 3-axis CNC machine and the U600 5-axis CNC machine to make parts for their Indy cars.


Karam, a native of Nazareth, Indiana and second youngest driver ever to complete 200 laps in his 2014 debut race, Karam will make his fifth appearance at the Indy 500 with DRR. Karam was the fastest qualifier among the six vying for the final three spots in the race.


A new member of the DRR racing team, 2019 marks Hildebrand’s second appearance at the Indy 500 with DRR and ninth overall. Hildebrand, the 2009 Indy Lights champion, will start on the outside of row 9 on Sunday.


Hucro Companies is excited to promote machining and show the younger generation how innovative and tech-oriented manufacturing really is with their Indianapolis 500 partnerships.

March 25
Hurco Introduces New 3D Import with 3D DXF Technology

3D_Import_Graphic.jpgINDIANAPOLIS – The Hurco MAX5 control is now even more powerful with the new 3D Import feature that includes 3D DXF technology. This control feature allows the user to simply load the file they receive from their customer directly into the Hurco control. “3D Import eliminates extra steps and is a huge time saver,” said Mike Cope, Product Technical Specialist for Hurco.


Cope explained the evolution of the 3D Import, which illustrates Hurco’s commitment to continuous innovation of conversational programming, which was invented by Hurco in 1976. “When Hurco introduced the DXF Transfer option in 1992, it was a real game changer for the end user because many shops received DWG or DXF drawing files. This made it very easy to transfer the files to the machine and use them to create their programs on the shop floor (right at their Hurco CNC Machine), and also eliminated incorrect data being entered, or ‘fat-fingering numbers’ as we say in the shop. Today, it is common for shops to receive solid models of the parts that they need to produce, and even paper prints are becoming obsolete. Therefore, Hurco engineers developed 3D Import, which includes 3D DXF technology that displays all geometry that the CAD system outputs, including splines. With 3D DXF, the customer can select the bottom of a contour, and the Z-axis depths will also be automatically input into the conversational block.”


All previous versions of DXF translators only displayed lines and arcs data, and were only useful in 2D since no Z-axis data was translated. 3D Import (the solid model portion) automatically creates the necessary Transform Plane data blocks in conversational programming for 5-sided programs. “As a proponent of 5-sided machining, the automatic creation of Transform Planes is where this control feature really shines,” said Cope, who is the author of the book, The Power of FIVE: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining.


Additionally, the integrated Hurco control powered by WinMax® is the most flexible and intuitive control in the industry in addition to being equipped with more memory and processing power out of the box: 2.7GHz dual core processor, 4GB RAM memory, a 128GB solid state hard drive, 10,000 block lookahead, and an intuitive graphical user interface that supports multiple machining strategies. As the inventor of Conversational Programming, Hurco conversational programming is considered the gold standard in the industry, but the control has many high-end features for NC Programming, too. “The Hurco control is considered the most flexible control in the industry. I think we might be the only company to have a feature called NC/Conversational Merge that provides users with a blend of both programming methods, which is very popular with machinists, especially those that don’t initially think conversational programming will benefit them,” said Cope.


In addition to the integrated MAX5 control, Hurco’s expansive line of CNC machining centers are equipped with the sophisticated motion control system Hurco invented that determines the optimal trajectory to run the tool, provides consistent programmed feed rates, and reduces cycle time. With this patented motion control system called UltiMotion, cornering velocity is 2.5 times faster than conventional motion, machine jerk is reduced by half; and because the software is smart enough to adapt as required by the tool path, dynamic variable lookahead can be up to 10,000 blocks. UltiMotion is different than the smoothing features offered by CAD/CAM software and improves upon CAM output by providing better handling of the machine mechanics and dynamics. All Hurco CNC machining centers are equipped with UltiMotion as a standard feature, not an extra charge. Additionally, no set up or programming is required.

 

For more information, go to:

www.hurco.com/3dImport

www.hurco.com/ultimotion

www.hurco.com/MAX5

www.hurco.com/5axis

March 25
Hurco CNC Machine Technology at EASTEC 2019

Hurco BX40Ui Double-Column Machining CenterINDIANAPOLIS – Hurco distributor Brooks Associates will demonstrate the power of Hurco 5-axis technology at EASTEC Booth #1206. The Hurco BX40Ui 5-axis CNC double-column machining center, with integrated trunnion table along the Y-axis, is the perfect combination of performance and flexibility. The ladder structure and double-column design provide extreme rigidity and outstanding support to the head casting. With an 18K motorized spindle and oversized linear guide rollers, the BX40Ui is perfect for a wide range of applications. Additionally, the bridge structure is isolated from part weight and operates in a stable and predictable manner. Exceptional cutting feed rates are achieved with patented high-speed motion technology called UltiMotion that simultaneously reduces cycle times by up to 30% or more and delivers outstanding surface finish quality. Experience the flexibility and ergonomic design of the Hurco control in person. See how easy the new Solid Model Import feature of the Hurco control makes programming, especially for high-mix shops that manufacture smaller quantities of parts. Brooks Associates will also exhibit the newly released Hurco VMX30Di high performance machining center with direct-drive 18K spindle and the TMX8MYSi slant-bed lathe with all-digital drives and motors and absolute encoders on all linear axes. Industry partner Greenleaf Corporation will showcase the Hurco 3-axis VM10i machining center at Booth #5317. The VM10i features a small footprint with a large work cube. No other mill packs as much productivity into such an efficiently designed package.

BX40Ui Specifications:

Table Size 13.7 in Diameter (348 mm Diameter)
Max Weight on Table 551 lbs (250 kg)
XYZ Axis Travel 37.4 x 21.6 x 19.7 in (950 x 550 x 500 mm)
Rapid Traverse X, Y, Z Axis 1,535 in/min, 1,535 in/min, 1,535 in/min
(39 m/minute, 39 m/minute, 39 m/minute)
Tool Type HSK 63
Peak Spindle Motor 47hp (35kW)
Spindle Torque 88 ft-lbs @ 2,800 rpm
Number of Tools 30
Machine Weight 20,723 lbs (9,400 kg)


VMX30Di Specifications:
Table Size 40 x 20 in (1,020 x 508 mm)
XYZ Axis Travel 30 x 20 x 24 in (762 x 508 x 610 mm)
Max Programmable Feedrate 1,260 in/min (32 m/minute)
Rapid Traverse X, Y, Z Axis 1,496 in/min, 1,496 in/min, 1,260 in/min
(38 m/min, 38 m/min, 32 m/min)
Spindle Power 20 hp
Spindle Torque 70.4 ft. lbs (95.45 Nm)
Max Tool Diameter 3.1 in (80 mm)
Max Tool Length 11.8 in (300 mm)
Tool Type CAT 40 / Big Plus
Machine Weight 10,692 lbs (4,850 kg)


TMX8MYSi Specifications:
Distance Between Centers 28.5 in (724 mm)
Swing Over Bed Diameter 20 in (508 mm)
Swing Over Cross Slide Diameter 20 in (508 mm)
X, Z, W, Y Axis Travel 11.4 x 22 x 25.2 x +/- 2.2 in (290 x 560 x 640 x +/- 55 mm)
Max Turning Diameter 10.9 in (276.4 mm)
Spindle Power 33.5 hp (25 kW)
Spindle Nose A2-6
Tool Capacity 12 Stations
Tool Type BMT65 / DIN 1809
Rapid Traverse X, Z, W, Y Axis 945 in/min, 1,181 in/min, 472 in/min
(24 m/min, 30 m/min, 30 m/min, 12 m/min)
Live Tooling Spindle Power 8.5 hp (6.4 kW)
Machine Weight 16,500 lb (7,500 kg)


VM10i Specifications:
X, Y, Z Axis Travel 26 x 16 x 20 in (660 x 406 X 508 mm)
Spindle Nose to Table 4.0 in (101.6 mm)
Table Size 30 x 16 in (762 x 406 mm)
Max Weight on Table 1,500 lbs (680 kg)
T-Slot Size 3 x 0.71 in (3 x 18 mm)
Peak Spindle Motor 15 hp (11.0 kW)
Number of Tools 20
Tool Type CAT 40 (BT 40)
Max Tool Diameter 3.5 in (90 mm)
Max Tool Weight 15.4 lb (7 kg)
Max Programmable Feedrate 945 inches/minute (24 m/minute)
Rapid Traverse X, Y, Z Axis 945 in/min, 945 in/min, 945 in/min
(24 m/minute, 24 m/minute, 24 m/minute)
Machine Weight 6,200 lbs (2,818 kg)


Brooks Associates
300 Longwater Drive, Unit A
Norwell, MA 02061 
www.brooksmachinery.com
sales@brooksmachinery.com
781.871.3400


Greenleaf Corporation
18695 Greenleaf Drive
P.O. Box 1040
Saegertown, PA 16433
814.763.2915
www.greenleafglobalsupport.com

March 24
Hurco Introduces New Double-Column Bridge Design 5-Axis Machine

Hurco BX40UiINDIANAPOLIS – The Hurco BX40Ui 5-Axis CNC double-column machining center, with trunnion table mounted along the Y-axis, is the perfect combination of performance and flexibility. The ladder structure and double-column design provides extreme rigidity and outstanding support to the head casting. With an 18k motorized spindle and oversized linear guide rollers, the BX40Ui is perfect for a wide range of applications. Additionally, the bridge structure is isolated from part weight and ​​operates in a stable and predictable manner. Exceptional cutting feed rates are achieved with patented high-speed motion technology called UltiMotion that simultaneously reduces cycle times by up to 30% or more and delivers outstanding surface finish quality.


The BX40Ui differs from other bridge-type 5-Axis CNC machines due to the integrated Hurco control powered by WinMax® control software and UltiMotion®. The control helps machinists and job shops be more productive and profitable by supporting multiple programming methods: conversational for 5-sided programming with no CAM system needed; NC for simultaneous 5-axis; and a Hurco-specific feature called NC/Conversational Merge that optimizes efficiency even further. The newest control feature called 3D Import is especially advantageous for Hurco 5-axis machines because the control software creates Transform Planes automatically for easy 5-sided conversational programming that eliminates data entry requirements.


UltiMotion is the sophisticated motion control system invented by Hurco that determines the optimal trajectory to run the tool, provides consistent programmed feed rates and reduces cycle time. With UltiMotion, cornering velocity is 2.5 times faster than conventional motion and machine jerk is reduced by half. UltiMotion includes up to 10,000 blocks of dynamic look ahead and is smart enough to adapt as required by the tool path. UltiMotion is different than the smoothing features offered by CAD/CAM software and improves upon CAM output by providing better handling of the machine mechanics and dynamics. All Hurco CNC machining centers are equipped with UltiMotion.


For additional information on 5-axis machining visit Hurco.com/5-Axis and check out “The Power of FIVE: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining.” In this book, Mike Cope (Hurco Technical Product Specialist) breaks down the information about 5-axis and 5-sided machining from a machinist’s perspective. Whether you’re just learning about 5-axis machining or you’re already adept at 5-axis, you’ll learn something new. A great go-to book written for machinists by a machinist.


BX40Ui Specifications:
Table Size 13.7 in Diameter (348 mm Diameter)
Max Weight on Table 551 lbs (250 kg)
XYZ Axis Travel 37.4 x 21.6 x 19.7 in (950 x 550 x 500 mm)
Rapid Traverse X, Y, Z Axis 1,535 in/min, 1,535 in/min, 1,535 in/min
(39 m/minute, 39 m/minute, 39 m/minute)
Tool Type HSK 63
Peak Spindle Motor 47hp (35kW)
Spindle Torque 88 ft-lbs @ 2,800 rpm
Number of Tools 30
Machine Weight 20,723 lbs (9,400 kg)​

October 03
Hurco Distributors Recognized for Achievements at National Sales Meeting

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INDIANAPOLIS – Hurco Companies, Inc. (NASDAQ: HURC), held its annual awards banquet to acknowledge the team of accomplished distributors and agents throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico, and South America, who represent Hurco.


The winner of the Top Hurco Sales Representative Award was Tim Navalta of Braun Machinery, the full-service distributor that represents Hurco in Michigan. The other winners of the Hurco Top 5 Award were Jon Doell (#2) of Gage Machine Tool (Kansas), Jim Braun (#3) of Braun Machinery (Michigan), Fred Braun (#4) of Braun Machinery (Michigan), and Chris Queipo (#5) of Applied Machine Solutions (Georgia).


The distributorships were also recognized for their achievements in representing Hurco. The Top 5 Distributors from first to fifth were Braun Machinery (Michigan), Brooks Associates (Massachusetts), Reynolds Machinery (Ohio), Applied Machine Solutions (Georgia), and ACI Machine Tool Sales (Kentucky).


The winner of the Top Market Share Award was given to CJ Smith Machinery Company (Missouri). The other winners from second to fifth were Braun Machinery (Michigan), Foothills Machinery Sales (Colorado), Gage Machine Tool (Kansas), and Alta Machine Tools (Pennsylvania).


Hurco also awarded Northeast Precision Machinery (Pennsylvania) as Most Improved from 2017 to 2018.​

September 10
Hurco Customer Starts YouTube Channel to Attract Millennials to Manufacturing

Wade Moore Moore CNC

INDIANAPOLIS – Hurco customer Wade Moore, owner of Moore Engineering, will officially launch his new YouTube channel “MooreCNC” at IMTS 2018. In order to attract more people to machining, he started a YouTube channel to illustrate to his generation how cool and tech-oriented manufacturing really is. Wade started his shop in 2014 and does mostly short run jobs.


Even though Wade is the great grandson of Richard Moore, of Moore jig borer fame, he wasn’t planning to start his own shop after he graduated from the University of Connecticut with a mechanical engineering degree. Entering the Chipmaker Challenge, a competition sponsored by Hurco at IMTS 2014, inspired him to control his future and pursue his dream. “Doing the Chipmaker Challenge is what really pushed me to make a business plan, and motivate myself to take a leap towards manufacturing as a full time job.”


Wade purchased his first Hurco CNC machine in 2016. “What I didn’t realize was that the Hurco machine was going to be so easy to train my younger brothers and sister on,” Wade chuckles and proudly flips through his phone camera videos that show his siblings operating the Hurco with confidence. “I can teach them how to run the machine for a specific job very quickly and they are so proficient that I can relax and let them work all day while I can run other spindles or set up for the next jobs.”  Wade has found that the quality of the finishes he gets on the stainless steel medical parts are great on the Hurco. “Part after part emerges flawless. It is by far the easiest machine to operate and the definite ‘go to’ machine for any fast job that needs to be done,” said Wade.


Wade will be at the Hurco booth (S-338319) from Tuesday to Friday. Subscribe to the “MooreCNC” channel by visiting Hurco.com/MooreCNC.
September 07
Unleash Your True Potential with Hurco 5-Axis at IMTS 2018

Hurco BX50i CNC Machine

INDIANAPOLIS – Join Hurco Technical Product Specialist Mike Cope, author of The Power of FIVE: The Definitive Guide to 5-Axis Machining for a 5-Axis seminar at IMTS on Wednesday, September 12 at 2:00 p.m. (CDT) in room S-504BC.


According to Mike, “I’ve always seen myself as a machinist first and want to educate machinists and shop owners on the value of 5-axis machining – because I truly believe it is the future of our industry and the most efficient way to produce parts. Making the transition to 5-sided machining on a 5-axis CNC machine solves many of the problems so many shops face: finding qualified machinists (the skills gap); excessive setup costs due to inefficiency; and reacting to pressure from customers, both pricing pressure and delivery pressure. To be blunt, 5-axis saves time and money. Since time is money in our industry, 5-axis makes each part more profitable. It offsets the skills gap issue because you can do more with fewer machines – reducing the need for finding and hiring more skilled employees. The technology makes the process more efficient so you will increase your productivity because you’re not wasting time flipping parts. And you can react to pressure from your customers because you can switch from one job to another quickly and efficiently. Basically, you can do more with less if you select the right 5-axis CNC machine.”


In this seminar, Mike will break down the information about 5-axis and 5-sided machining from a machinist’s perspective. All are invited to attend – please register online. Visit Hurco.com/5-Axis to learn more.

September 07
Hurco to Present Entrepreneur Seminar by Eli Crane, Former U.S. Navy SEAL

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INDIANAPOLIS – Join Hurco at IMTS on Wednesday, September 12 at 10:00 a.m. (CDT) 
in room S-504BC for a seminar by Eli Crane, a former U.S. Navy SEAL and owner of Bottle Breacher.​


Eli Crane turned his hobby of making bottle openers out of spent ammunition casings into a successful business. After he got a deal on the TV show Shark Tank, sales tripled and Eli knew he needed to have control of manufacturing to keep up with demand. After he evaluated many different brands, he chose Hurco due to its reputation as a solid CNC machine equipped with a control that is easy to learn and easy to use.


Wednesday’s seminar topics will include an overview of the challenges and freedoms that come with owning a small business, developing your mission, Eli’s experience on the reality show Shark Tank and Veteran advocacy. All are invited to attend – please register online. Visit Hurco.com/Breacher to learn more about Eli and his company.


Eli and his wife/business partner, Jen, will also be at the Hurco booth Wednesday and attend the Hurco 50th Anniversary Party Wednesday.


To celebrate Hurco's 50th Anniversary, stop by the Hurco booth (S-338319) to register for a chance to win a commemorative Bottle Breacher  ​a gift made on a Hurco by a Hurco customer.

September 07
Automation Exhibit at Hurco Booth Focuses on High Mix/Low Volume Part Production

Hurco VMX30Ui with FANUC Robot

INDIANAPOLIS  To celebrate the company's 50th Anniversary, Hurco will showcase the latest automation technology surrounding the Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 against the backdrop of historical treasures, such as the company's first CNC machine, the KM1.


Automation will be the featured exhibit at Hurco Booth (S-338319) with collaborative robots, multi-axis serial robots, and pallet systems demonstrating automation for high-mix/low volume part production found in many job shops. The automation exhibit at the Hurco booth is a collaborative effort between Hurco and Erowa, Universal Robots, FANUC robots, Online Resources, and Industrial Controls & Automation.


A collaborative robot will 3D scan the faces of attendees, generate a solid model to create a tool path, and then either a 5-axis Hurco VMX30Ui CNC will cut the head from cylindrical aluminum stock or a 3-axis Hurco VM10i CNC will cut the profile into a brass coin. Both Hurco CNC machines will be connected to fully automated robot systems coordinated by a centralized job management system.


Dr. Paul Gray, Manager of Path Planning, Front-End Design and R&D for Hurco notes that “Automation integration used to be more expensive and difficult because you had simple I/O connections and needed to reprogram a PLC when changing parts. CNC manufacturers and automation providers have been working together to provide seamless integration between the CNC control and the robot control. With software systems talking to each other over an Ethernet connection, users can now bundle all aspects of the job together. Hurco has created a new level of flexibility and simplicity in part change-over in production cells.”


Additionally, Hurco will introduce 3D Import with 3D DXF technology at IMTS. According to Mike Cope, Product Technical Specialist for Hurco, “The customer can simply load the file they receive from their customer directly into the control, which eliminates the need for extra steps.”


He explained the evolution of the 3D Import, which illustrates Hurco’s commitment to continuous innovation of conversational programming, which was invented by Hurco co-founder Gerald Roch in 1976. “When Hurco introduced the DXF Transfer option in 1992, it was a real game changer for the end user because many shops received DWG or DXF drawing files. This made it very easy to transfer the files to the machine and use them to create their programs on the shop floor (right at their Hurco CNC Machine), and also eliminated incorrect data being entered, or ‘fat-fingering numbers’ as we say in the shop. Today, it is common for shops to receive solid models of the parts that they need to produce, and even paper prints are becoming obsolete. Therefore, Hurco engineers developed 3D Import, which includes 3D DXF technology that displays all geometry that the CAD system outputs, including splines. With 3D DXF, the customer can select the bottom of a contour, and the Z-axis depths will also be automatically input into the conversational block.


All previous versions of DXF translators only displayed lines and arcs data, and were only useful in 2D – no Z-axis data was translated. 3D Import (the solid model portion) will automatically create the necessary Transform Plane data blocks in conversational programming for 5-sided programs.”


For more information, visit Hurco.com/IMTS.​


 
June 21
Hurco to Celebrate 50th Anniversary at IMTS 2018

Hurco Machine TimelineINDIANAPOLIS — Hurco will bring the party to McCormick Place to celebrate its 50th Anniversary with customers, industry partners, and IMTS attendees. Hurco will feature its latest CNC technology innovation on its 50th Anniversary Edition CNC machines.

 

“IMTS is the perfect venue to celebrate all of our loyal customers and all of the people who have been a part of Hurco’s success this past 50 years to help us fulfill our founder’s mission to make manufacturing companies of all sizes more productive and more profitable. We’ve designed the booth to honor our past while also celebrating the future with the latest technologies, including Industry 4.0, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the introduction of new control features, such as 3D Import. To honor the past, we will have the very first Hurco CNC machine model (KM1) on display in addition to a timeline mural highlighting key events that have shaped Hurco. It’s fitting that our year-long celebration will culminate at IMTS since our co-founder, Mr. Roch, exhibited the very first CNC machine at IMTS in 1974. As the inventor of conversational programming, his commitment to leverage technology that’s easy to use in order to make manufacturing more efficient continues to drive innovation at Hurco,” said Maggie Smith, Hurco Marketing Manager. 

 

In addition to plenty of machine demos and technology previews, Hurco will toast the company’s 50th anniversary with a happy hour each day at 4:00 p.m. (CDT) and host a 50th Anniversary After-Hours Party on Wednesday, September 12 from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the Hurco booth (#338319).

 

“We’re excited to use our 50th Anniversary IMTS events to showcase our customers who make some really cool products. Beverages will be dispensed from a Bottoms Up Beer system, made by an Indiana company that is turning the beer industry upside down—literally! And our 50th Anniversary IMTS gift was made by Bottle Breacher, an Arizona customer, Eli Crane, who used his winnings from the television show Shark Tank to buy his Hurco VM20i. Eli is a Navy SEAL veteran who turned his hobby into a thriving business. We hope the owners of both Bottoms Up Beer and Bottle Breacher will be able to break away from their shops for a few days and celebrate with us at IMTS. Both companies are a testament to the entrepreneurial spirit that is indicative of Hurco customers everywhere,” said Smith.

 

The Hurco booth will be divided into four quadrants: Automation, 5-Axis, 3-Axis, and Turning. In the Automation quadrant, attendees will see Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) in action with Hurco CNC machine demonstrations in partnership with Erowa, Universal Robots, FANUC robots, Online Resources, and Industrial Controls & Automation. The 5-Axis quadrant will feature the latest 5-axis models and CNC technology that make the transition from conventional 3-axis machining to 5-sided machining easy and straightforward. The 3-Axis quadrant will feature our most popular CNC machines, the VMX6030i and the new VMX42Di with the direct drive spindle. In the turning quadrant, attendees will see the latest control software release that streamlines turning and milling. Hurco will also premiere its 3D Import feature with 3D DXF.

 

In addition to the 50th Anniversary parties and displays, Hurco will showcase the next generation 3D print head adapter that was first introduced at IMTS 2016. The following Hurco CNC machines will be under power at the Hurco booth:

 

Hurco CNC machines will also be featured at the AMT Emerging Technologies Center and at customer GWS Tool Group booth (#432480).

  • VM5i - AMT Emerging Technologies Center
  • BX40i – GWS Tool Group Booth

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