Marubeni Citizen-Cincom to Raise the Roof at IMTS
A new second level will allow more ground-level space to showcase the MCC Tech Center in its IMTS booth.
The L2000 Laser System, which is making its IMTS debut, enables both laser and conventional machining operations to be performed on the same machine.
Marubeni Citizen-Cincom (Cincom) has redesigned its booth for IMTS 2016, adding a second level to allow more ground-level space to showcase the MCC Tech Center. The Tech Center works with both distributors and customers to develop custom automation systems, laser systems, modular tooling systems and other highly engineered products to enhance the latest machine tool technologies.
The L2000 Laser System, making its IMTS debut, enables both laser and conventional machining operations to be performed on the same machine. A Cincom L220XII Swiss-type lathe featuring a B axis with a rotational range of 135 degrees, allowing for both front- and back-side machining and a Miyano BNA-42GTY fixed headstock type CNC lathe will be equipped with the laser cutting system.
Automation will also be on display. A FANUC robot system will be integrated to a Miyano BNA-42S, and a Mitsubishi robot will be interfaced to a Cincom L220X to unload and palletize completed components. Another sliding headstock-type automatic CNC lathe, the L12, will feature vacuum extraction and an automated parts collection system.
Attendees are invited to stop by Booth S-9416 to meet John Antignani, who was recently promoted to president and COO of the company. He will be available to discuss Marubeni Citizen-Cincom’s commitment to continued product development to keep its customers at the leading edge of today’s machining technology. A Citizen watch will also be raffled each day. Read this article from a past issue of PM to learn more about the company and its technology. Also visit our Swiss-type Screw Machine Zone.
Cincom’s best-selling L-Series machines have been relaunched with exciting new functions that will be on display at IMTS.