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Citizen M532 VIII Swiss-Style Lathe Capable of 38-mm Capacity

The M532 VIII is the newest version of the Citizen Cincom M-series turret-style Swiss-type turning center.

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Citizen M532

The M532 VIII is the newest version of the Citizen Cincom M-series turret-style Swiss-type turning center. This 32-mm capacity machine (with the capability to increase to 38 mm) features 12 standard axes, including a B axis for angular drilling and contour milling. In addition, the 10-station turret, which provides half-index capability, has 20 positions.

Citizen’s user-friendly editing function uses multi-line, multi-axis programming along with superimposed and synchronized control, easing setup of complex jobs, the company says.

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