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9/19/2008

Bone Screw Machining On A CNC Swiss-Type Lathe

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View this video to see clearly how a CNC Swiss-type lathe works. On a machine of this type, the guide bushing moves the part along the axial direction so the tool can remain close to the point of support. Thread whirling is one of the operations in this machining cycle producing a bone screw. Video Length: 3.25 minutes

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View this video to see clearly how a CNC Swiss-type lathe works. On a machine of this type, the guide bushing moves the part along the axial direction so the tool can remain close to the point of support. Thread whirling is one of the operations in this machining cycle producing a bone screw. Video Length: 3.25 minutes



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