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Video: Rotating Table Swivels 180 Degrees on this Mill-Turn

For an unusual bell-shaped workpiece, Stein Seal turned to Grob Systems for a mill-turn machine with a horizontal spindle. A rotating, swiveling worktable on the vertical Y axis of this G550T machine enables it to do heavy-duty turning in a horizontal orientation. It can even take a workpiece from an upright position to one facing completely upside down. To see this table in action on another application, watch this video.

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For an unusual bell-shaped workpiece, Stein Seal turned to Grob Systems for a mill-turn machine with a horizontal spindle. A rotating, swiveling worktable on the vertical Y axis of this G550T machine enables it to do heavy-duty turning in a horizontal orientation. It can even take a workpiece from an upright position to one facing completely upside down. To you see this table in action on another application, watch this video.

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