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9/19/2008

The Role Of The Subspindle In CNC Swiss-Type Machining

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This video shows a machining cycle on a CNC Swiss-type lathe that takes advantage of more sophisticated features involving the subspindle. The subspindle driving workpiece during the last machining operations reduces the length of remnant that has to be left behind.

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This video shows a machining cycle on a CNC Swiss-type lathe that takes advantage of more sophisticated features involving the subspindle. The subspindle's support of the workpiece allows long axial flats to be machined. The subspindle driving workpiece during the last machining operations reduces the length of remnant that has to be left behind.



 

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