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Prism-Grinding Machine

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Prism Grinding MachineThe PZX prism-grinding machine from OptiPro Systems LLC is capable of processing prisms up to 6 in. thick with a maximum surface diagonal of 10 in.

Designed for companies looking to add efficiency to their prism manufacturing process, the device is powered by G Series, OptiPro’s user-friendly grinding software, which allows operators to quickly set up jobs to generate all prisms surfaces in one cycle. Users have the flexibility to input a variety of parameters when setting up a job, such as specifying the angle and material removal for each surface.

Five axes of computer-numerically controlled (CNC) motion, including a B-axis with −90° to 180° of motion, make it possible to machine compound angles when utilizing Mastercam computer-aided manufacturing software. The PZX also features dual spindles that can be equipped with rough- and fine-grinding tools.


Photonics Spectra
Sep 2018
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