Flexible Swiss-Turning Center

The SS20 Swiss-turn allows manufacturers to easily switch driven tool positions, as well as turning and ID tool positions. The standard main spindle configuration includes nine turning, five cross rotary and five static ID tool positions. The subspindle configuration allows for as many as eight static ID tools, three driven faceworking tools and two cross rotary tools.

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The SS20 Swiss-turn allows manufacturers to easily switch driven tool positions, as well as turning and ID tool positions.

The standard main spindle configuration includes nine turning, five cross rotary and five static ID tool positions. The subspindle configuration allows for as many as eight static ID tools, three driven faceworking tools and two cross rotary tools.

An optional angled face milling attachment allows for inclined drilling and tapping as well as polygon milling and thread whirling. Driven by a two-path Fanuc 31i-A control, the machine is capable of simultaneous operation of the main and subspindle, substantially reducing part cycle times.