Spotlight on Vertical, Multitasking Turning Centers

This month’s product curation emphasizes vertical turning centers and multitasking machines capable of turning and other processes.


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Click on the collage above to view a slideshow of products featured in our April issue’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight.

Our April print issue’s Modern Equipment Review Spotlight highlights machines for turning parts, with an interesting influx of vertical turning centers as well as multitasking machines, such as Heller’s CP 4000 horizontal machining center which can turn parts using the A and B axes, or the S206 LaserSwiss from Tsugami/Rem Sales which combines Swiss-type turning and laser cutting for small medical parts.

Click the college above to view the slideshow featuring these and other turning machine products with links to more information. 

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