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DANOBAT will exhibit the latest innovative solutions in grinding and turning at BIMU in Milano

October 08, 2018
  • The machine tool and production system manufacturer will have a strong presence at the fair, to be held from 9 to 13 October in the Italian city
  • During the fair, DANOBAT will present his high technical added value solutions in external, radius and internal grinding as well as centreless grinding
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  • The machine tool and production system manufacturer will have a strong presence at the fair, to be held from 9 to 13 October in the Italian city
  • During the fair, DANOBAT will present his high technical added value solutions in external, radius and internal grinding as well as centreless grinding

The Italian biennial 31st edition trade show scheduled to take place from 9 to 13 October at fieramilano Rho, is the most important Italian exhibition dedicated to the machine tools.

With an aim to advertising its firm stake in the development of innovative manufacturing solutions and its digital value proposition, the machine tool and production system manufacturer, DANOBAT will have a strong representation at the coming edition of the BIMU Exhibition in Milano.

DANOBAT, which will have its own exhibition space at stand E-29, Hall 11, will likewise present its advanced service offer aimed at offering intelligent machine management, adding value to machinery, improving maintenance strategies and optimising performance and production.

Below are the technologically advanced developments that DANOBAT is to present at the coming edition of the fair:


1. Maximum rigidity centreless grinding

DANOBAT will present the ESTARTA-650 centreless grinding machine, a completely new solution characterised by being one of the most rigid grinding machines of these characteristics on the market.

The ESTARTA-650 was designed to meet current high-speed manufacturing demands for the purpose of significantly improving the cycle times and maximising production.

The main advantages of this solution are its high precision, a 30% rise in productivity and great rigidity.

This development can achieve 120 metres per second in throughfeed minimising the generation of vibrations. This characteristic -working at great speeds with maximum vibration absorption- is a key feature for successfully carrying out highly demanding grinding processes.

The grinding machine is fitted with linear motors, a granite bed, a drive head fitted with an additional support that does away with the cantilever, and a novel damping system.

The solution also has a rolling guide system, affording it greater sensitivity in movement. This last feature implies the elimination of the hydraulic component, making the ESTARTA-650 an environment-friendly sustainable grinding machine, requiring less consumption and maintenance.

2. A solution for non-cylindrical shapes and radius

The IRD-400 grinding solution offer which the company intends to take to the fair includes internal, external, surface and radius grinding, a solution specially designed for machining dies and moulds.

The main advantages offered by this development are the maximum precision results obtained for pieces with high geometric complexity and with high productivity.

The grinding machine achieves highly accurate finishes thanks to its B0 axis which swivels up to 91 degrees. Axis control means complex internal shapes can be made using one single wheel and in one contour line, thus maximising productivity.

With this model, the 4-spindle turret includes a measuring probe integrated in the software with which the starting position of the workpiece can be detected. This ensures that, on the final finishing run, the system reaches the required measurement with precision. In round contours, roundness deviations of 0.5 µm can be reached.

Another of the peculiarities of this development is the high degree of exact synchronisation of all the movements of the axes, including the rotation axis of the workpiece (C0), thus enabling eccentric grinding. This feature means that complex geometries can also be machined with the aid of coordinate grinding, and square, rectangular or freeform shapes can be made to great precision.

3. High precision grinding machine

The LG-400 completes DANOBAT’s offer of grinding machines presented at BIMU. The LG machine range, an ultra-precision grinding machine offering a high degree of customisation and guaranteeing very high machine availability, was developed for grinding workpieces requiring high precision with efficiency and productivity and guaranteeing the highest of quality standards.

Typical applications for the LG family are precision hydraulic parts, automotive parts, cutting pieces, cams or components with eccentric diameters.

In addition, it affords extraordinary repeatability, due to its natural granite bed, the linear motors and the optical scales.

The wheelhead, fitted with cooled electro-spindles, reaches a maximum peripheral speed of 120 m/s covering the necessary range for grinding with conventional abrasives (45-60 m/s) or superabrasives (20 -120 m/s).

This development also comes with DANOBAT DoGrind software, an intuitive, user-friendly system which was developed by the company’s engineers.

4.0 technologies for the factories of the future

During the fair, DANOBAT will likewise explain its focus on industrial digitisation, which is structured around an offer of intelligent developments using 4.0 technologies, with an aim to forging ahead in the automation of real manufacturing environments.


The machine tool and production system manufacturer DANOBAT specialises in offering technologically advanced solutions and services which are fully adapted to clients’ needs for industrial manufacturing.

Belonging to the DANOBATGROUP and a member of the MONDRAGON Corporation, it is highly internationalised and designs high added value solutions.


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