Live from the GrindingHub, Day 2: Sirius NGS, The indexable tool specialist with a new fixturing for grinding insert periphery.

SCHNEEBERGER trade show highlight: The Sirius NGS with Anvil Clamping! The clamping system opens up new possibilities in the highly efficient machining of inserts and cubic workpieces. Precise and repeatable!

At GrindingHub, for the first time SCHNEEBERGER presents the newly developed Anvil Clamping to the attendee public: A rhombus plate is automatically loaded and machined grinding the periphery in one clamping. The K-land of constant width proves quality at the highest level. The openly selectable geometry of the interchangeable Anvil rams allows an enormous variety of workpiece geometries to be machined.

Change over to other standard fixturing (Pin, Reference Plate or Cartridge clamping) remains possible without restriction. At the same time, the established 6-axis CNC grinding machine shines with the linear motors and direct drives, large grinding wheels and integrated tool probing system. A configuration for the future!

Stay tuned with SCHNEEBERGER, live from Stuttgart, Hall 10, Booth D30.


Dynamic and at the same time smooth grinding process

Live from the GrindingHub, Day 4: SCHNEEBERGER Profiling of Skiving- & Shaper-Cutters to the highest Quality

SCHNEEBERGER once again proves its many years of experience in the grinding of sophisticated gear cutting tools. The complete package around the Gemini NGM Linear also meets the high demands of mass production.

Worm shaft in Qg1 3D-Import: Selection of the surfaces to be ground

Live from the GrindingHub, Day 3: Grinding of precision components with Qg1!

SCHNEEBERGER has a name in the grinding of precision components. With new features of the Qg1 grinding software, all geometries beyond conventional tool types can easily be implemented.

Two of the four SCHNEEBERGER grinding machines in live monitoring at the GrindingHub.

Live from GrindingHub, Day 1: With Umati and SCHNEEBERGER on a direct path to Industry 4.0

SCHNEEBERGER grinding machines are now even more transparent: The integration of the Umati interface based on OPC-UA makes it easy to read data in and out.