The two machines were launched in February and March 2014 respectively, but MACH 2014 will be the first public demonstration of both. The PrecisionHone (E3000S) holds tolerances down to 1 micron, with sub-micron adjustment, and has a honing capacity from 1.14 to 80 mm diameter (subject to application). The EAS SpeedHone is designed for small bores and has a rotation speed range from 250-2500 rpm and Delapena marks this out as being ideal for both toolroom and batch production work. Delapena will also show its CalibreHone (E2000S-XL). This is a long bore precision honing machine designed specifically to hone straight and tapered bores at lengths up to 800 mm. It features an innovative step-back, 'back taper' honing program to produce a controlled taper in the bore over a specified angle and length. Just across the aisle on Stand 5974, the company will have its specialist abrasives and latest oils. Delapena will be in Hall 5 on stands 5878 and 5974