Flexible, Precise and Fast
Thu, March 02, 2017
Category: Milling Machines, News, Press-Release
The short-stroke clamping set for DATRON neo offers numerous possibilities for optimal use of the workspace.
The combination of the short-stroke clamping element and a T-slot plate is a clever time-saving solution.
Short-run manufacturers or start-ups often purchase milling machines based on the flexibility, operating convenience and short changeover times that they can provide. In addition, the focus of the decision maker is usually on the versatility of a machine.
With DATRON neo, DATRON AG, an innovative engineering company based in Mühltal near Darmstadt, Germany, has launched a compact all-round machine that demonstrates high flexibility and ultimate user-friendliness for everyday milling.
The short-stroke clamping set, available as an option on DATRON neo, consists of two T-slot plates and two short-stroke clamping elements that allow for precise and individual positioning of the workpiece, as well as quick and flexible retrofitting. The combination of the short-stroke clamping element and a T-slot plate is a clever time-saving solution that provides the flexibility to use the work space according to the individual requirements and needs of the machine operator.
In addition to the short-stroke clamping set, the user can leverage a wide range of different clamping techniques, to quickly secure workpieces, precisely and repeatedly. So, a wide range of projects can be completed according to high-quality standards.
DATRON AG is committed to delivering cutting-edge German engineering like this while supporting customers through the entire workflow, including technology consulting, sales and after-sales maintenance and repair services. With DATRON neo, the company has created another product that meets the highest quality standards and provides the best solution for successful and economical production.
Further information on "smart milling" can be found at www.datron-neo.com intended for milling “newbies” and CNC enthusiasts.