Portable Machine Eases Secondary Operations

Southwestern Industries will display its Trak 2OP portable CNC machine designed for secondary machining operations, streamlining a shop’s workflow by bringing an additional spindle to hand when the operator is idled by the cycle time of the primary machine.

Southwestern Industries will display its Trak 2OP portable CNC machine designed for secondary machining operations, streamlining a shop’s workflow by bringing an additional spindle to hand when the operator is idled by the cycle time of the primary machine. The portable machine uses ProtoTrak conversational CNC programming. Programs can be generated either at the machine or remotely to perform tasks normally associated with secondary operations, such as drilling, tapping, countersinking, face milling, and the machining of profiles, pockets, and bolt hole patterns.  

Other Trak 2OP features include an eight-station toolchanger, Jergens ball locks that ease quick change-overs, and a pallet jack that enables the user to quickly move the compact machine to location in the shop.

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