Seven AGS principals at AMB

Seven of Advanced Grinding Solutions’ principals are exhibiting at the forthcoming AMB show in Stuttgart (18-22 September): Bahmuller, Tschudin, Rollomatic, Magnetfinish, Gerber, Platit and HandlingTech.

Bahmuller produces internal and external cylindrical grinding machines for manufacturing precision components used in the fuel-injection and turbocharger industries. One of Bahmuller’s largest end users is Delphi Technologies, which produces diesel injector systems for heavy-duty truck applications at its manufacturing centre in Gloucestershire.
Tschudin has chosen the AMB show as the worldwide premier appearance of its 350 Cube centerless grinding machine. The Tschudin Cube is thought to be the world’s smallest centerless grinding machine with a footprint of just 1500 x 1500 x 1500 mm, and is designed to grind small components from 1 to 20 mm in diameter for the automotive and medical industries.
Since starting working with Rollomatic last summer, AGS has reported major sales to cutting tool and medical component manufacturers in the UK and Ireland. In fact, Rollomatic continues to enjoy record machine sales of its range of blank preparation and five- and six-axis tool-grinding machines.
AGS currently has several Magnetfinish machines under order for the UK and recently gave the company its biggest ever single order (in excess of £1.2m) following sales made to a UK-based automotive parts manufacturer that will take delivery of large robot-based deburring machines early next year.
Platit machines are used for the coating of cutting tools, and the company will be demonstrating its latest cost-effective machines to show how small-to-medium tool manufacturers can profit by bringing the coating of their cutters in-house.
Completing the AGS line-up at AMB will be HandlingTech, which makes loading solutions that are custom-designed for any machine tool.
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