Monday, 9/12

9:00 to 9:55 a.m. / W-192-A

Session Topic: 5-Axis Reach, Part Accessibility vs. Rigidity

Five-axis machines are becoming more and more popular, but traditional workholding fall short of fulfilling the need. With machine tables turning in all directions and a highly flexible spindle, work holding solutions also need to adapt to these new functions. How can we secure rigidity and conquer the challenge of part accessibility in this new landscape?

Learn how workholding continues to change and evolve to assure part quality and safety in the process of 5-axis machining. Discuss examples of both workholding and tooling solutions that can work and those that can’t with your new 5-axis machine.

Yann Ponsard

Sales Support Engineer
Schunk Inc.

Yann Ponsard has been working for Schunk since 2007. He came to Schunk U.S. from Schunk France with extensive knowledge in the manufacturing industry, especially related to workholding and the aerospace industry.

Schunk is the worldwide competence leader for clamping technology and gripping systems. For more than 60 years, the family-owned company has been developing and manufacturing products that have set the benchmark when it comes to technological leadership and long-term capabilities. With more than 2,000 employees and a network of directly owned subsidiaries and distribution partners in more than 50 countries all over the world, Schunk offers superior customer service and technical support worldwide. With its complete offering of toolholding, workholding, and gripping systems, Schunk is a reliable, all-in-one source covering all areas from the machine spindle to robotics.

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