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Updated Turning Centers Are Heavier, More Rigid
Tsugami/Rem Sales has announced the release of four next-generation Tsugami CNC machines.
Thermal Stability Enables Lathe to Perform Heavy Cutting at High Speeds
Okuma’s LU3000 EX-M four-axis CNC lathe is designed for thermal stability, chatter prevention, heavy-duty cutting at high speeds and maximized uptime.
CNC, Engine Lathes Available
Ganesh Machinery has announced that Ganesh CNC Production Machine Tools and Ganesh Toolroom Machinery will operate as two distinctly separate divisions of the company, offering CNC and engine lathes, respectively.
Swiss-Type Lathe Enables Work with Larger Parts
Hanwha Machinery’s XD42 is a larger-capacity Swiss-type machine designed to enable operators to produce larger-diameter Swiss parts.
Automatic Bar Loader for Multiple, Heavy Bars
The Tracer Vs-105XL, available from CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies, is a bar loader designed for heavy bars with diameters ranging to 4 1/8" (105 mm) and lengths ranging to 72".
Vertical Turning Lathes Offered with Extended Turning Heights
Spartan Precision Machinery now offers extended turning height models for its heavy-duty, Momentum MVL line of vertical turning lathes (VTLs).
Storage System for Barstock, Sheet Metal
The Unitower C, available from Kasto, is a compact, standardized, automatic storage system for barstock and sheet metal, offering a system height ranging to 24 ft.
Turning Center’s Dual Drive Train Speeds Tool Transitions
The Traub TNL32-11 sliding/fixed headstock automatic lathe has a headstock movable in the Z axis, an upper and identical lower turret with X, Y and Z axes, and a counter spindle movable in the X and Z directions.
Vertical Turning Machines Equipped with Hollow Spindle Drives
Emco presents the VT 260 vertical turning machine featuring a FANUC 31i controller, rear chip ejection, driven tools, a Y axis and a hollow spindle drive.
GTW Series Multi-Axis Turning Centers for Medical and Auto Industries
The turret and gang tooling systems are combined for more convenient programming. An updated design of the X axis on the subspindle provides high efficiency of working space.