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CNC Lathe Designed for Heavy Materials

IMTS 2018: Kingston Machine’s CNC CX lathe is designed for cutting long and heavy workpieces for the energy, mining, textile, paper and transportation industries.

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Kingston Machine’s CX lathe is designed for cutting long and heavy workpieces for the energy, mining, textile, paper and transportation industries. The CNC lathe has the same headstocks and spindle bores as the company’s manual HR, HP, HPX, HK and HG models.

The CX-7 model (40" × 120") is equipped with a V8 hydraulic turret and 5.45- and 9.5-hp AC servomotors that drive the X and Z axes. The headstock has four gearshifts controlled by hydraulics for greater torque, and the main spindle has a three-point bearing support system for cutting heavy and extremely hard materials. The CX is also available in 4.06", 7.09", 10.1", 12.5", or 14.8" bore versions, with a 34" or 40" swing, and in lengths ranging from 80" to 280".

Also on display are the dual-turret 4.7"-bore CL-38 (26" × 80") CNC lathe and the 6-m HR-6000 (40" × 240") engine lathe. All proceeds from the sale of “The Pink Lady,” a hot pink HJ-1100 (17" × 43") engine lathe with hot pink taper attachment and hot pink Newall DP-700 DRO, benefit breast cancer research and awareness.

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