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7/18/2019

Citizen Cincom’s L32VIII Features All-Axis Simultaneous Control

Originally titled 'Sliding-Headstock Lathe Features Simplified Programming'
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Westec 2019: Citizen Cincom’s L32 VIII sliding head lathe is offered in three models in a modular design.

Citizen Cincom’s L32 VIII sliding-headstock lathe is offered in three models with a modular design. The L32 VIII features the all-axis Simultaneous Cincom System M70 Control (Mitsubishi Meldas 70PLC) and is equipped with a user-friendly editing function which uses multi-line, multi-axis programming along with superimposed and synchronized control. The Citizen Cincom & Miyano lathes are said to include fast setup, quick changeover and easy-to-use technology.

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