Eurotech Elite

Phone: 352-799-5223
Fax: 352-799-4662

Please visit: Eurotech Elite

Mailing Address:
1150 Ponce de Leon
Brooksville, FL 34601 US

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Eurotech Turning Machines/Centers

Product Categories of Eurotech Elite

  • Bar Feed Mechanisms
  • CNC Multi-Spindle Screw Machines - New Equipment
  • CNC Multi-Spindle Screw Machines - Used Equipment
  • CNC Single-Spindle Screw Machines - New Equipment
  • CNC Single-Spindle Screw Machines - Used Equipment
  • CNC Swiss Screw Machines - New Equipment
  • CNC Swiss Screw Machines - Used Equipment
  • Horizontal Machining Centers, Five-Axis
  • Leasing & Financing Services
  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Replacement Parts/Repair Parts
  • Request for Quote Services, Internet-Only
  • Turn/Mill Machines, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Horizontal, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Inverted Vertical, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Twin-Spindle/Multi-Turret

Trade Names

  • Biglia
  • Polygim
  • SwissTurn

As seen in MMS

Turn-Mill Series Provides Three Turrets, 13 Axes
Eurotech’s Multipla T3 series of twin-spindle, bar-fed turn-mills provides multiple turrets and 13 axes for high performance.

Eurotech Adds Three New Distributors
The new dealers will serve territories in the Southeast and Northwest United States.

Turn-Mill Center Features Three Y-Axis Turrets
The company’s B765Y3 has more than 4" of Y-axis travel on all three turrets. Combined with the company’s standard tooling, customers can load as many as 144 cutting tools, allowing them to either machine several different parts without any change-over time or load several redundant cutting tools (using the company’s tool load software to detect tool wear and run “lights out”). The machine has 2.

Bryco Before and After
Within a two-month period, this Chicago-area contract shop reorganized the shopfloor, implemented new procedures and eliminated employee toolboxes. Here are the benefits the shop has seen.

Let Assembly Be The Inspection
This shop realized single-setup machining on a multitasking turning center, but there was still more efficiency to be found. When all of the part's machining had been consolidated, the shop realized that assembly operations could be performed at the same station as well.

Succeeding Beyond A Specialty
This shop watched its chosen niche become less profitable. Its response was a dramatic investment in new equipment, along with an information-related change that has made all of the shop’s equipment more cost-effective.