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7/16/2013

Compact Rotary Table Accommodates Large Workpieces

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Kitagawa-NorthTech’s TP530 rotary table features a small, compact body with a low weight.

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Kitagawa-NorthTech’s TP530 rotary table features a small, compact body with a low weight. Designed for the oil, gas and aerospace industries, the rotary table features a 13.6" through-hole design with a low center height of 12.2" and high Z-axis clearance. The table retains a high clamping force of 6,100 Nm (4,499 foot-pounds). It is well-suited for machining large workpieces such as oil pipes.

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