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8/13/2015

Heavy-Cutting VMC Increases Productivity

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Hyundai WIA Machine America will display its F500 Plus VMC featuring a high-precision, high-torque Big Plus spindle in a construction that is said to eliminate thermal growth during heavy cutting.

Hyundai WIA Machine America will display its F500 Plus VMC featuring a high-precision, high-torque Big Plus spindle in a construction that is said to eliminate thermal growth during heavy cutting. A thirty-position, servo-powered tool magazine makes for quick and reliable tool changes. Further contributing to productivity, high-speed axis travel on roller linear motion guideways reduces non-cutting time.

The company will also display its E160A compact CNC turning center for small-diameter parts and the L2100SY multitasking, wedge-type, Y-axis CNC turning center. 

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