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Turning Center Marketed to Precision Racing Industry

Mazak’s Quick Turn 200 is a two-axis turning center designed to efficiently process a range of part sizes and deliver high speed, performance and precision.

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Mazak’s Quick Turn 200 is a two-axis turning center designed to efficiently process a range of part sizes and deliver high speed, performance and precision. It performs at this level with a standard through-hole chuck package. The system can utilize automation for unmanned operation.

The machine was recently marketed for the prototyping and production of components for race cars, trucks, dirt bikes, dragsters, boats and other high-performance vehicles.

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