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JINGDIAO CAM software SurfMill9.5 Obtained German PTB Authority Certification
November 18, 2020
JINGDIAO CAM software SurfMill9.5 was passed the strict test implemented by the German National Meteorology Institute of PTB for surface and curve fitting algorithm, and obtained the highest accuracy certification of PTB Gaussian least squares fitting algorithm. All results obtained with the software under test deviated from the PTB results by less than 0.1μm in length features and 0.1μ in angular features.
This Certification indicates that the accuracy and reliability of the on-line measurement algorithm of JINGDIAO CAM software SurfMill9.5 has reached the international standard.
JINGDIAO CAM software SurfMill9.5 is a special 5-axis precision machining. After more than 20 years of continuous accumulation, SurfMill9.5 has perfect 5-axis process development, measurement process design, management and control program planning and other characteristic functional modules, and is widely used in precision, ultra precision machining, precision grinding, metal parts batch processing and other fields, with 120,000 users.
The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) in is the national institute for science and technology and the highest technical authority of the Federal Republic of Germany for the field of meteorology and certain sectors of safety engineering. The PTB comes under the auspices of the Federal Ministry of Economics. It meets the requirements for calibration and testing laboratories, certification and accreditation bodies defined in standards ISO/IEC 17025. The PTB certification was recognized as the first-class index of software accuracy, compatibility and reliability.
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JINGDIAO North America Participated in the WSM Technology Open House
October 15 & 16, 2019
WSM Technology, Inc (Rootstown, OH) was founded in 2012 by Blaise Buholzer and represents Jindiao's line of 3 & 5 axis high-speed machining centers in Northern Ohio & Western Pennsylvania.
On display was the JINGDIAO GRA400 5 axis machining center. The GRA400 has 18"x27"x16" axis travels & trunion style table. It comes standard with a 24,000rpm spindle, 36 ATC and glass scale feedback.
Also on display was an array of precision machining samples that drew the attention of the open house attendees.
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JINGDIAO North America exhibited their 5 axes machining center at the Amerimold 2019
June 14, 2019
JINGDIAO North America exhibited their 5 axes machining center-GRA200 at the Amerimold 2019. This was JINGDIAO’s debut appearance the show.
The show took place June 12-13 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center located in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, IL.It is an annual event for Mold Manufacturing. Its attendees are owners, executives, engineers and managers at OEMs and contract manufacturers, and exhibitors are equipment suppliers, service providers and tool & mold makers.
JINGDIAO also demonstrated their SurfMill is universal CAD/CAM software and their on-machine measurement technology which ensures accurate parts. This technology combine with the JINGDIAO machine design reduces multiple set-ups, eliminates secondary benchwork.
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JINGDIAO North America Announces New Midwest Regional Sales Manager
April 5, 2019
JINGDIAO North America, a manufacturer of ultra-precision, high-speed machining centers has appointed P.J. Naughton as their new Midwest Regional Sales Manager. Based in the JINGDIAO’s North American Mt. Prospect, Il headquarters, Naughton will be responsible for supporting customers and dealers in the Midwest region.
Naughton has over 30 years of machine tool experience. He has always been associated with high precision machine tool related companies and his experience will match well with JINGDIAO’s line of high-quality machining solutions. He has a wide array of experience including applications, marketing and sales. "This is perhaps the most exciting time of my life to work with a high-quality manufacturer like JINGDIAO whose machines can produce parts that were once thought of as impossible."