Hsd: the latest innovations showcased at Emo 2021

During the latest edition of Emo Milano, Hsd – the Italian company that produces and markets electrospindlse – showcased its last innovation.
In fact, at Emo the new range of electrospindles, “Es10 Line”, is the starring item at the stand. Designed to be used on vertical machining centres to process components of varying geometry of both small and large batches, and with different types of material: from aluminium to cast iron and advanced materials.

In addition, thanks to the variable pre-load on the bearings, the “Es10 Line” can adapt to suit various machining processes. To meet every possible machining requirement in terms of torque and speed, there are three asynchronous versions: 15kW (entry level), 25kW (high speed) and 30KW (high torque).
The “Es10 Line” electrospindles are fitted with a shaft kit for minimising machine downtime during maintenance work. 
“Es10 Line” is designed to be modular so it can adapt to all our customers’ applications and offer a wide choice of optional features: high-pressure cutting fluid via the axis, vibration sensor, sensor for measuring the shaft lengthening, heat probes on the front and/or rear bearings. Furthermore, a shaft locking system can be mounted upon request so that not only milling operations but also lathe work can be carried out.

Emo is an important appointment and it’s an opportunity to present our collaboration with an outstanding technological partner – explains Laura Alesi, Hsd Marketing Manager – like Kuka Italia  whose leading role in technology, innovation and digital skills is recognized worldwide. In the current technological scenario, Hsd is facing the challenge of the digital revolution, seizing the advantages and opportunities it can offer: thanks to its partnership with Kuka Italia, the company is supplementing its own specific skills and knowledge with those of its new partners, putting the customer at the heart of everything and reinforcing the value of the solutions it provides”.

“Robotic application” means work islands – also known as milling islands or robotic cells – formed of man-like industrial robots equipped with electrospindle and, depending on the specific needs, with a fixed or rotating table (embedded or tilting) where the workpiece is held in place.
The aim is to publicize and support the companies that make the robotic cells, showing products that Hsd has developed. Hsd’s team of experts have been created three macro-classes: W+, W++ and W+++. Each one is made up of a set of electrospindles compatible in terms of weight (and therefore with the “payload” or the robot capacity) with a certain range of Kuka industrial robots.

Hsd: the latest innovations showcased at Emo 2021 ultima modifica: 2021-10-11T15:53:24+00:00 da Francesco Inverso