The Junker Group, with the Junker, LTA and ZEMA brands, is presenting its extensive product range at EMO 2021 in Milan, Italy. The Junker Group will present the latest grinding technologies from Junker and ZEMA as well as efficient filtration systems from LTA in Hall 3, Booth E20.
High-performance linear drives along the X- and Z-axes allow high travel and acceleration values whilst simultaneously reducing the assembly space, enabling maximum dynamics and accuracies. The latest measuring technologies help to produce good parts from the very beginning of the grinding process.
Table assemblies, such as workpiece spindles, tailstocks or steady rests, are installed on standardized universal construction boards, which can be positioned for various workpieces either automatically or manually. The modular concept stands out thanks to a highly flexible component arrangement of table assemblies on guide rails in the working area. The table assemblies can be easily retooled for future grinding tasks.
The entire concept of the system revolves around easy access to all components in and on the machine plus optimized setup. Increased accessibility and serviceability reduce maintenance effort and costs.
The fact that all guides and motors are fully covered makes the grinding machine suitable for use with either emulsion or grinding oil as a coolant.
The polymer concrete machine stand impresses with its outstanding damping performance and high torsional stiffness. The optimized machine bed rinsing makes maintenance easier, and piping for the media feed integrated into the machine stand allows for future grinding machine upgrades. The decreased machine size also reduces overall transportation costs.
Innovations in the field of cooling, pumps and pressure regulation enable the removal of cooling media harmful to the environment and health. These environmental improvements along with increased energy efficiency reduce maintenance requirements and round off the development of grinding machines with many detailed improvements.