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1/23/2013

CNC Turning Center Range for Small Parts

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The Tornado T2M from Colchester-Harrison is a compact three-axis turning center designed to handle small, complex parts.

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The Tornado T2M from Colchester-Harrison is a compact three-axis turning center designed to handle small, complex parts. The machine features a full C axis, spindle disc brake, and driven tooling for radial and axial milling, drilling, boring and tapping. To reduce setup and programming times, the turning center combines the FANUC OiTD control system and the Colchester-Harrison Manual Guide i for conversational programming. According to the company, the machine can complete many machining processes in one cycle.

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