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Six-Axis Machining Improves Efficiency, Precision

IMTS 2018: Pratic enables its gantry machining center to perform six-axis processing by connecting an angle head to a five-axis head. 

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Connecting an angle head to a five-axis head enables Pratic’s gantry machining center to perform six-axis processing.

The technology is suitable for a range of applications  in the aerospace, military, scientific research and medical industries. It can be applied to surface processing of complex spaces, including propellers, impellers, generator rotors, steam turbine rotors and more.

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