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6/7/2012

Murata Machinery Turning Machine Features Twin-Spindle, Twin-Gantry Automation

Originally titled 'Turning Machine Features Twin-Spindle, Twin-Gantry Automation'
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With its twin-spindle, twin-gantry automation, Murata Machinery USA’s compact MW50GT turning machine is designed to increase productivity and accuracy while reducing cycle time.

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Murata Machinery’s compact MW50GT turning machine features twin-spindle and twin-gantry automation. It is designed to increase productivity and accuracy while reducing cycle time.

The automated CNC turning center targets parts that are 50 × 50 mm (2" × 2"), and features two horizontal spindles and two four-station tool blocks. Its twin three-axis CNC gantry loader is designed for quicker loading and unloading at stocker systems, conveyors, post-process gages and post-process systems. Compared with single-spindle machines, the MW50GT’s compact design also saves space in production setup. 

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