5/23/2016

Mills and Lathes with CNC Technology Increase Productivity

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Southwestern Industries will exhibit its Trak line of mills and lathes featuring the company’s ProtoTrak conversational CNC language, designed to reduce time-consuming machine setups and enable less-skilled machinists to do higher-level work.

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Southwestern Industries will exhibit its Trak line of mills and lathes featuring the company’s ProtoTrak conversational CNC language, designed to reduce time-consuming machine setups and enable less-skilled machinists to do higher-level work. In addition to Trak bed mills, knee mills, lathes and 2OP portable VMCs, and retrofit products, the company offers the Trak LPM VMC, designed specifically for high-mix, low-volume work.

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