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5/20/2011

Turn-Mill Centers Offer Twin-Spindle Versatility

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Stama’s MC 726/MT-2C twin-spindle turn-mills enable six-sided processing of parts in two independent operations in five axes on a single machine.

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Stama’s MC 726/MT-2C twin-spindle turn-mills enable six-sided processing of parts in two independent operations in five axes on a single machine. The machines are designed for automotive, fluid power, tooling, medical and other industries in which parts need to be milled and turned in production operations.

 
The machines have two independent spindles, each on a traveling-column assembly and each supporting an independent swivel table, one of which acts with a bar-feeder mechanism. Workpieces are introduced to the turning spindle, then transitioned by a conveyor gripper assembly to the milling indexer and fed to the milling spindle, before finally exiting the work area.
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