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Ingersoll to showcase the Typhoon at two February trade shows

Colibri Spindles’ recent participation at the IMTEX 2015 show, which took place in Bangalore, India, January 22-28, 2015, turned out to be a great success.

Our innovative Typhoon high-speed spindle was presented by Taegutec at the IMTMA seminar day concentrating on innovative machining technologies and was showcased by several participants.

The special seminar, organized by the Indian Machine Tools Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) focused on new manufacturing strategies, addressed emerging trends and exposed users and manufacturers to a range of value added machining solutions, including the Typhoon.

Baruch Books, Colibri Deputy CEO and VP Marketing and Sales demonstrated at the seminar the bottom line advantages of using the Typhoon for high-speed machining needs explaining that it is a real alternative to buying an expensive high-speed machine tool.

Books showed how the evolutionary high-speed Typhoon spindle smoothly attaches to any standard CNC machine’s spindle and operates at speeds that reach 50,000 RPM. Compared to performing these types of jobs on a standard machine, machining time is cut by tens of percent and can extend up to 80 percent in timesavings.

Books stressed that the Typhoon is altering manufacturers’ business landscape, making a significant impact on the kinds of jobs machining they can engage in and on the quality of parts they produce. Return on investment is quick and in some cases, can even be realized after the first job performed with the Typhoon.

The Typhoon / SPINJET were also showcased by TaeguTec India and Iscar (through L&T cutting Tools), of the IMC Group. The Typhoon / SPINJET was also demonstrated at IMTEX by India’s leading CNC machines manufacturing companies, AMS and Jyoti, which carried out live demonstrations.

The IMTEX exhibition of metal-cutting machine tools and manufacturing solutions is the largest in South and South-East Asia and as such attracted many visitors from all over India.