Turning Centers Feature Y Axis, Larger Part Capacity

IMTS 2018: Doosan Machine Tools will display its Lynx 2100LY series of compact turning centers with a Y-axis.


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Doosan Machine Tools’s Lynx 2100LY series of compact turning centers with a Y-axis features a variety of tool holders (both static and live tools), a tool setter, a parts catcher and a parts conveyor. 

The machines’ 15-kw (20-hp) spindle rotates at a maximum of 4,500 rpm. It features a larger turning capacity than previous models while maintaining the same footprint . An additional Y-axis and optional subspindle speed and simplify machining of parts with diverse and complex shapes, the company says.

Other standard features include a 12-station, servo-driven BMT tool turret with a half index feature in 24 positions, Easy Operation Package (EOP) software, and a CNC tailstock. The turning center is designed with a rigid bed structure and incorporates roller-type LM guides for all axes. It is available in a 6" and an 8" chuck size accommodating a turning diameter ranging to 11.8" and a turning length ranging to 20".


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