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Swiss-Type Turning Machines Improve Efficiency, Accuracy

IMTS 2018: Star CNC is displaying its Swiss-type turning machines for industrial applications, emphasizing machine performance, safety and ergonomic design.

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Star CNC is featuring its range of Swiss-type turning machines for a variety of industrial applications, emphasizing machine performance, safety and ergonomic design. The machines are designed for high operational efficiency, simple and logical operation, flexibility, rigid machine construction, B-axis versatility, and Y-axis control for backworking. They produce complex parts in one operation with precision and accuracy, and machine parts from difficult cutting materials with ease and precision. The company’s motion control system optimizes operations and reduces idle machine time.

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