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Multitasking Turning Center Compresses Lead Times

Hyundai WIA will display its LM2500TTSY multitasking turning center featuring upper and lower turrets as well as twin spindles for increased productivity.

Multitasking Turning Center for Medium, Large Gears

Mazak’s Quick Turn Nexus 250-II MSY multitasking turning center is said to handle virtually all gear production processes from raw material input through final machining.

Range of Gear Machining Capabilities Highlighted

DMG / Mori Seiki USA will demonstrate a range of gear machining capabilities, highlighting gearMill software and Sandvik Coromant’s InvoMilling process.

Turning Centers, Lathes to be Displayed

Clausing Industrial’s parent company, 600 UK, will exhibit a range of the lathes and turning centers that it distributes.

Multitasking Machine Features Fast Cycle/Tool Change Time

Methods Machine Tools Inc.’s Nakamura-Tome NTJ-100 multitasking turn/mill center is well-suited for a range of production needs.

Flexible Swiss Turning with B Axis

Index’s Traub TNL18 sliding-/fixed-headstock automatic lathe is equipped with seven linear axes and an additional B-axis on the upper tool turret.

Multitasking Machine Features Boring Capabilities

The Quick Turn Nexus 450-II MY is the largest of the company’s Nexus series of turning and multitasking machines developed for the oil and gas services and construction machinery industries.

Features Added to Machining Centers

The latest versions of the 408MT and 508MT multi-process machining centers include dynamic feed rate controls on all working axes, improved temperature stability, increased machine capability, reinforced swarf-removal capacity, an array of turning t...

Turn-Mill Combines Operations in One Unit

The F-MT turn-mill combines both boring/milling and vertical turning technologies to enable users to manufacture complex components on a single machine.

Large-Capacity Multi-Turret for Complex Jobs

The ST-38 represents the latest in the company’s multi-turret technology and features capacity to machine components ranging in size to 38 mm.

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