Nagel Precision, Inc. a global manufacturer of high quality superfinishing systems based in Ann Arbor, MI, introduces a new line of economical, state of the art superfinishing machine platform NaCen, specifically developed for small and midsized shops seeking a
high degree of flexibility and affordability.
The machine concept is suitable for finishing numerous round, tapered and flat components. With a maximum centre distance of 650mm, all parts typically superfinished in passenger cars such as cam shafts, transmission shafts, gears, rotors, balance and oil
pump shafts can be finished. Gear faces and similar flat surfaces can also be finished on this equipment. Up to four finishing heads can be mounted on the machine base. The finishing module can either be a tape head or a stone head or a combination of both. Necessary electrical interfaces are available for automating the machine. Loading is possible from four sides (front, rear, right and top). The machine is also equipped with an integral dual cartridge 200-litre filtration system.
No programming skills are required and user interface permits intuitive operation. In addition, MTTR reduction features such as remote diagnostics, commonly available only on high end equipment is also made available on NaCen. Nagel will exhibit the NaCen machine at EMO 2019 in Hanover (16 to 21 Sept., Hall 11, Stand B06). For more information contact 734-426-1812.