1/15/2001

Catching All The Breaks

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The PCS system detects tools broken during unattended machining and features two main components--a sensor and a sensor control unit. The control unit is mounted in the machine control cabinet and the sensor is bracket-mounted close to the cutting tool. Tool monitoring is performed by a light physical contact of the

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The PCS system detects tools broken during unattended machining and features two main components--a sensor and a sensor control unit. The control unit is mounted in the machine control cabinet and the sensor is bracket-mounted close to the cutting tool. Tool monitoring is performed by a light physical contact of the tool tip with the needle of the sensor.If the tool is present, the needle will contact the tip and return to the starting position. More information is in the brochure.
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