The five-axis, 5X-160 CNC machining center features a Tsudakoma trunnion five-axis rotary table. Standard features of the machine include box ways, high speed look-ahead, chip wash, spindle air blast and more.
The company also offers the Cyclone-32 CS seven-axis, dual-spindle, CNC turn/mill center. This machine is ideal for fasteners, fittings, connectors and other complicated parts, the company says. The turn-mill system is a dual-spindle gang tool machine―each of the gang slides works independently to reduce cycle time.
The company’s most recent release is a GT-3080 CNC. This machine features a 6 1/2″ spindle bore and the ability to use front and rear chucks.
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