Goodway GTW series multi-axis turning centers are especially developed for the medical and automobile industries. The turning centers can easily complete the complex front and back side machining of a workpiece.
The turret and gang tooling systems are combined for more convenient programming. An updated design of the X axis on the subspindle provides high efficiency of working space. The gang tooling can continue working after catching the workpiece from the subspindle. There is no need to return to the home position, which increases the machining efficiency. Twin spindles with collet chuck hold design are suitable for dual-face turning on any shaft-type workpiece. With a separated coolant tank and rear side of chips conveyor design, it is easy to maintain.
Standard twin Y-axis function with driven turret, gang tooling system and C axis can improve the ability for complex machining and accuracy. X, Y and Z axes use high speed, high accuracy linear guideways designed to reach maximum intensity and accuracy, the company says.
The gang tooling system provides eight-station live tooling and is driven by an AC servomotor with high torque. An easy dismount design on gang tooling system is especially designed for a subspindle. Rapid tool change, and no need to recede tools, improves the machining efficiency on rear side machining. From bar feeding, processing and discharging can all be completed at once on one machine.
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