Multi-Function Machines Turn, Drill, Mill, Hob and Grind

IMTS 2018: Famar Group's machine tools for mechanical workpiece machining are designed for versatility of use.


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Famar Group offers equipment for a range of machining applications. The Ergo-model machines are built for flexibility and are capable of turning, drilling, milling, hobbing and grinding all in one machine.

The G models can perform hard-turning and grinding operations in a single clamping to reduce wheel dressing time and to enhance precision and grinding, the company says.

The compact Sub models are designed for high-production applications, using integrated automation to load and unload parts in three seconds. The BiSub model has two working areas to double production volumes or to run the complete processing of a job in two operations.

The company will also display its FM Double Spindle Horizontal machining centers.


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