Posted by: 24. April 2013

Enabling Small Machines to Produce Big Parts


This rotary table has a through-hole diameter of 13.6 inches, which has previously been available only with rotary tables having a 31.5-inch face plate. It is also 484 pounds lighter.


Kitagawa-NorthTech notes that the size of cylindrical oilfield components are getting larger. This typically would mean that shops with limited size capacity for its machines would have to purchase a larger machine not so much to accommodate the part, but the big NC rotary table. That’s why the TP530 was developed to deliver the requisite through-hole diameter in a more compact overall size than comparable rotary tables so this type of work can be performed on smaller machines. Learn more.

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