Ganesh Features New Technology at Open House

From September 1-3, Ganesh Machinery opened its doors to display its range of CNC machines at its headquarters in Chatsworth, California. On display were multi-axis bar machines, high speed vertical machining centers, slant-bed CNC turning centers and big bore CNC lathes.

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From September 1-3, Ganesh Machinery opened its doors to display its range of CNC machines at its headquarters in Chatsworth, California. Established in 1985 as a small family business, the company has focused on providing quality equipment and customer support as it has grown into a 15,000-square-foot business with a 40,000-square-foot machine warehouse.

On display were multi-axis bar machines, high speed vertical machining centers, slant-bed CNC turning centers and big bore CNC lathes. One of the newest machines shown is the Cyclone-78MSY twin-spindle 6-axis multitasking machine, designed for done-in-one operations. It offers 3” bar stock capacity (2.5” on the subspindle), 4,000-rpm synchronized main and subspindle, 16 driven tool positions with 7.5-hp live tools, and a Y axis with 3.93” of travel.

Ganesh also was showing its new 5-axis high speed CNC machining center. Built to complement its line of 3-axis machines, the VFM-5X-8 offers an 8.3” tilting rotary table; a 12,000-rpm, 15-hp spindle with rigid tapping; a 24-tool, twin-arm CAT-40 toolchanger; and roller bearing ways.

The open house also featured about 10 partner companies with tabletop displays, including PartMaker Inc., Division of Delcam; Sandvik Coromant; Renishaw; Koma Precision; Blaser Swisslube; Edge Technologies; and 3D Systems (formerly Gibbs and Associates).

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The company showed an extensive lineup of CNC machines..

 

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The Cyclone-78MSY twin-spindle 6-axis multitasking center drew a lot of attention.

 

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On display was the new VFM-5X-8 5-axis machining center.

 

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Parts for this clock were produced on the VFM-5127 machining center.