2/5/2008

Bar Feeder With Hydrodynamic Guide Channel System--Bucci Industries

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Iemca, a division of Bucci Industries, designed the Genius 120 magazine bar feeder for single-spindle and multi-spindle lathes and can be used in high rpm applications. Plus, users can run very small-diameter bars without sacrificing precision, the company says. The bar feeder's hydrodynamic guide channel design allows the guide diameter to be changed by only changing the front guide sections.

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Iemca, a division of Bucci Industries, designed the Genius 120 magazine bar feeder for single-spindle and multi-spindle lathes and can be used in high rpm applications. Plus, users can run very small-diameter bars without sacrificing precision, the company says. The bar feeder's hydrodynamic guide channel design allows the guide diameter to be changed by only changing the front guide sections. The bar pusher is contained in a tube fixed to the upper wall of the rear guide.The internal diameter of the tube varies depending on the bar pusher it contains, while its external diameter remains unchanged. This innovation eliminates the need to replace the bar feeder's rear guide sections and speeds job setup when changing guide diameters.

 

 

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