Multi-Slide Lathe

Ergomat USA's new TBA multi-slide lathe features a GE Fanuc 18i-TB CNC with high-speed processing and a dual path structure. All six axes are driven individually by GE Fanuc servomotors and ballscrews. The machine is laid out like the classic cam screw machine. However, there are no cams to deal with, and form tools and insert tools can be used.

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Ergomat USA's new TBA multi-slide lathe features a GE Fanuc 18i-TB CNC with high-speed processing and a dual path structure. All six axes are driven individually by GE Fanuc servomotors and ballscrews. The machine is laid out like the classic cam screw machine. However, there are no cams to deal with, and form tools and insert tools can be used. The machine features two vertical forming or cutoff slides, one rear horizontal forming slide, one front compound slide for single point turning and threading, and one six-position servo-driven turret. The turret is equipped with a pickoff collet for opposing backdrilling and deburring.

The machine is available in four spindle sizes: 30 mm, 42 mm, 60 mm and 80 mm. Various options are available such as thread milling, polygon turning, cross drilling and handling systems.