Vertical Turning and Grinding Centers


Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Emag’s vertical turning and grinding centers—VSC 250 DS, VSC 400 DS and VSC 400 DDS—are said to combine the advantages of vertical hard turning and grinding in a single machine. Combining these technologies in a single setup shortens the process stream and is useful for quality requirements common to the automotive industry and its subcontractors, the company says.


  • More Effective Camshaft Machining

    A leading manufacturer of high-performance valve train components installed a twin spindle/twin-turret lathe to bring camshaft machining work in-house. Here, the company explains how it has become more effective using its multifunction lathe to produce small batches of custom racing camshafts.

  • B-Axis Turn/Mills Have Their Place

    The additional rotary milling axis on these machines allows them to complete many types of complex parts in a single setup, but these machines have gained a reputation for being difficult to program. Today’s CAM software, however, eases the programming challenge significantly.

  • Is Robotic Automation the Key to Drawing (and Keeping) New Employees?

    Robotic automation is transforming a job that was perhaps a machine operator’s least-favorite work assignment into one that is not a heavy lift.