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6/2/2011

CNC Lathe Improves Productivity

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Ganesh Machinery’s Cyclone 32-GT three-axis, 32-mm (1¼") bar diameter CNC lathe features a heavily ribbed cast iron construction designed to damp cutting vibration for improved productivity, surface finish and tool life.

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Ganesh Machinery’s Cyclone 32-GT three-axis, 32-mm (1¼") bar diameter CNC lathe
features a heavily ribbed cast iron construction designed to damp cutting vibration for improved productivity, surface finish and tool life. The lathe includes toolholders to mount eight tools, a parts catcher, a collet chuck, rigid tapping, a coolant system, a machine condition display lamp, a worklight and an MPG program prove-out handwheel. It also has a “C” axis for drilling and milling in the cross and axial plane with optional servo-driven live tools. Polygon turning, an eight-station tool turret, a 5" three-jaw hydraulic chuck and a chip conveyor also are available. 

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