Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. Introduces CNC Oscillation Cutting

Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. announces the addition of Vibration Cutting Control (VCC) as a hardware upgrade option to its M8 Series CNC as a solution to reduce chip strands while milling difficult-to-cut materials like stainless steel at faster cutting rates. Long strands of metal build-up cause delays and faults in processes in both the machine tool and automotive sectors, resulting in lower production. The tool axis vibration of the M8 Series CNC with VCC breaks up the lengthy strands of material that are ejected from the part being created. This added functionality speeds up processes, saves cycle times, and improves the finish of the product being manufactured.

“With the addition of the VCC function, manufacturing facilities will be able to significantly reduce chip jams in the machine while receiving better cycle times and finish on the parts they are producing, resulting in a better ROI to the customer,” said Scott Strache, senior product manager for mechatronics at Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.

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