CNC Lathes And VMCs

Mori Seiki's DuraTurn CNC lathes and DuraVertical vertical machining centers offer durability, stable machine performance, high levels of reliability and excellent cost performance, according to the company. The DuraTurn line was developed with a rigid body to minimize the effects of vibration and increase accuracy,

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Mori Seiki's DuraTurn CNC lathes and DuraVertical vertical machining centers offer durability, stable machine performance, high levels of reliability and excellent cost performance, according to the company. The DuraTurn line was developed with a rigid body to minimize the effects of vibration and increase accuracy, even over long-term operation. Roller guides further stabilize the machine's turning ability.

With four models of varying size, these machines allow for a maximum turning length ranging from 13.2" to 20.9". Check sizes of 6", 8" and 10" are available. All machines in the DuraTurn line contain 12 tool stations and a maximum rapid traverse rate of 944.9 ipm across both the X and Z axes. Also, different models possess maximum spindle speeds, ranging from 3,000 rpm for the DuraTurn 2550 to 6,000 rpm for the DuraTurn 1530.

Three models of the DuraVertical line of machines are available, with work envelopes ranging from 35.4" × 23.6" to 53.1" × 23.6". Each of the machines features a No. 40 taper spindle with a maximum speed of 10,000 rpm. These machines possess a standard tool storage capacity of 30 tools and provide a tool-to-tool tool change time of 1.3 seconds. Rapid traverse rates of 1,417.3 ipm are possible on the X and Z axes, with a maximum rate of 787.4 on the Z axis. A variety of chip conveyor options are available to boost the machine's productivity even further.