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HELITRONIC G 200 – The latest grinding machine development from WALTER with an innovative machine concept will be introduced at GrindingHub 2022


WALTER is introducing its latest addition to the machine range portfolio at the exhibition GrindingHub 2022 in Stuttgart, Germany from May 17-20th in hall 9 stand A50: The HELITRONIC G 200 tool grinding machine with innovative machine concept on a small footprint.

On a floor space of less than 2,3 sqm, the cost-efficient HELITRONIC G 200 offers tool grinding at its best: Production and re-sharpening of rotationally symmetrical tools in the diameter range of 1 to 125 mm, with a maximum tool length of 235 mm and a tool weight up to 12 kg. Maximum grinding wheel diameter is 150 mm.

The ergonomic design and the integrated and swivelling multifunction touch panel with a 21.5” monitor facilitates the operation and accessibility of the work area. A low-vibration solid mineral cast bed and the C-frame construction offers high damping capabilities and temperature stability for maximum precision in grinding results. The linear axes X, Y, Z are build according to the high WALTER quality standard. The rotating A and C axes are equipped with torque motors and provide an unbeatable lifetime with minimum service effort. For maximum flexibility, a loading system is available: The “Top loader” is directly integrated into the working envelope of the machine for easy access and therefore requires no additional space. Suitable for tools from diameter 3 mm to 16 mm, the maximum tool capacity of the loading system is for example 500 tools at a diameter of 3 mm. The Top loader uses standard robot pallets and an automated electrical teaching.

The HELITRONIC G 200 uses the worldwide proven grinding software HELITRONIC TOOL STUDIO from WALTER, which provides ease of programming with the greatest possible flexibility.

WALTER-HELITRONIC_G_200HELITRONIC G 200 from WALTER: New innovative tool grinding machine concept on a small footprint


The Top loader offers automation without increasing the foot print of the machine

Photo: Walter S.r.o.

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