WFL's M80 Millturn machine features a 168-hp (8,680 foot-pound) turning capacity and 78-hp milling capacity. With a slant-bed design, the company says cutting forces are transmitted into the bed to support vibration-free machining.
With the ability to accommodate boring bars as large as 96" with the tool changer, the turn-mill’s Z-axis thrust and U axis help perform deep hole drilling and boring operations. In addition, the company says the design accommodates access to the working area without any steps or barriers.
The smallest model features a 16" × 80" work envelope and the largest is equipped with a 60" × 315" work envelope, making the machines well-suited for industries ranging from aerospace to oilfield.
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