Swiss Turning Machine

The SS32 model of Swiss-type lathes from Tsugami has a modular tooling arrangement that is flexible, and it has driven tools on both the main spindle and subspindles to machine complex components in one setup. The machine's standard main spindle configuration includes seven turning tools, five cross rotary tools and five ID tools.

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The SS32 model of Swiss-type lathes from Tsugami has a modular tooling arrangement that is flexible, and it has driven tools on both the main spindle and subspindles to machine complex components in one setup. The machine's standard main spindle configuration includes seven turning tools, five cross rotary tools and five ID tools. The standard subspindle setup includes three ID stations and three face drills and can include as many as two cross rotary drills. Thread whirling, polygon turning and angular face drilling operations are possible with an adjustable face tool attachment. Key specifications include 320 mm (12.6") of Z-1 stroke and 8,000-rpm main spindle and subspindles.