Designed for “done-in-one” CNC lathe work, the new 11-axis Cyclone-52 3TMY from Ganesh Machinery will be shown for the first time at IMTS. With 48 tools on three 16-station, high speed turrets and Y-axis capability on both upper turrets, the machine is well-suited for complex geometries, the company says. Live cutting demonstrations will showcase all three turrets cutting simultaneously in tandem with the 6,000 rpm, 2"-bar-capacity main and subspindle.
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