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3/11/2015

Five-Axis Trunnion Table Installs into Existing Equipment

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KME CNC offers a five-axis trunnion table that it says can be installed on existing equipment, typically without upgrades.

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KME CNC offers a five-axis trunnion table that it says can be installed on existing equipment, typically without upgrades. Suitable for various sizes of vertical machine tools, the table is designed to integrate without any additional drives. The table provides one, two or three parts under the spindle in a single setup, enabling the machine to do more in less space. The low faceplate-to-table height provides more Z-height clearance and eliminates the need for a riser in the column.

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