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3/29/2016

Turn-Mill Series Provides Three Turrets, 13 Axes

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Eurotech’s Multipla T3 series of twin-spindle, bar-fed turn-mills provides multiple turrets and 13 axes for high performance.

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Eurotech’s Multipla T3 series of twin-spindle, bar-fed turn-mills provides multiple turrets and 13 axes for high performance. The three Y-axis turrets can perform simultaneous machining using three tools at the same time, thus reducing cycle time. Two models are available. Both the T3 Y2 and T3 Y3 provide three turrets equipped with live tooling and two spindles featuring a C axis, but whereas the Y2 provides two Y axes, the Y3 includes three.

These machines are said to achieve faster cycle times in bar machining of complex parts in medium-size batches. Options include a range of specifications and functions promoting quick part change-over and turning of parts complete in one operation. High rigidity enables the machining of tough materials and reduces thermal growth for tight tolerances. Models accommodate as many as 192 tools for machining complex parts, while ergonomic design eases access for retooling operations.

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