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Inventor:
Buchenauer; Helwig
Address:
Dautphetal-Buchenau, DE
No. of patents:
8
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8574035 Polishing device with rotary joint November 5, 2013
A polishing device for polishing optical lenses having a tiltable base part for directly or indirectly receiving a polishing plate, which base part is connected to a polishing spindle having an axis of rotation D in order to be rotationally driven, wherein a rotary joint for supplying a
8562394 Polishing head and tool change arm for a polishing head October 22, 2013
A polishing head for use in a polishing machine for optical surfaces, having an axis of rotation and a base body having a holding structure intended to be arranged at a polishing spindle and having a transport element intended to be held at a tool change arm, the transport element be
8267743 Polishing head and tool change arm for a polishing head September 18, 2012
A polishing head for use in a polishing machine for optical surfaces, having an axis of rotation and a base body having a holding structure intended to be arranged at a polishing spindle and having a transport element intended to be held at a tool change arm, the transport element be
7936451 Method for machining and estimating an optical lens designed as a semi-finished product May 3, 2011
The invention relates to a method for machining and estimating an optical lens which is designed as a semi-finished product, with a pre-finished form of a first side and a second side to be machined, in which a pre-specified form of a surface of the second side to be machined is esti
7422510 Lens machining machine September 9, 2008
The invention relates to a machining machine for lenses, which comprises a first workpiece drive, configured as the transport receptacle and having a workpiece spindle, a workpiece changer for exchanging workpieces between the workpiece drive and a workpiece stock, and a machining st
7357054 Highly dynamic processing machine for lenses April 15, 2008
A highly dynamic lens processing machine with a machine bed having at least a first tool holder and one workpiece holder with an axis of rotation and including a workpiece spindle arranged thereon. The first tool holder includes at least one dynamic linear drive with a first oscillat
7219407 Device for milling and lathing May 22, 2007
A device for milling and/or lathing workpieces including at least one machine bed, on which there is at least one tool holder and one workpiece spindle as part of a workpiece holder with an axis of rotation, whereby the tool holder has at least one tool drive with an axis of oscillation
7217176 Polishing tool with several pressure zones May 15, 2007
The invention refers to a polishing tool for optical lenses with at least one polishing pad adaptable at least partially to the shape of a lens surface of said lenses and drivable by means of a drive shaft, said polishing pad having a membrane, wherein said polishing pad can transmit










 
 
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