Turning Center Features Wide Support Structure for X, Z axes

Doosan Machine Tools America presents the Lynx 2100 series of turning centers, based on the Lynx 220 series, including an “M” version capable of one setup milling operations.

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Doosan Machine Tools America presents the Lynx 2100 series of turning centers, based on the Lynx 220 series, including an “M” version capable of one setup milling operations. The machine is designed for machining valves, shafts, gears, flanges, housings, bolts and other metal parts with a maximum turning diameter of 350 mm (13.8") and maximum workpiece length of 550 mm (21.7").

According to the company, the series includes a wide support structure for the X and Z axes and tailstock traverse. The X and Z axes are fitted with rigid roller-type guideways. The machine’s 15-kW (20-hp) motor provides power for turning outer and inner surfaces and U-drilling. To support high precision and heavy-duty cutting, the machine is equipped with a 6,000-rpm turning spindle with 6" or 8" chuck. A 6,000-rpm subspindle enables back-end machining of the workpiece.

Full C-axis 0.001-degree control is included to optimize the capabilities of the machine. The M model is equipped with the company’s BMT 45P 12-station turret using an air/oil cooling system to minimize negative thermal effects. Other standard features include a work setting function with automatic measurement designed for easier and more accurate setup, a CNC tailstock operable by a single press of a button, and a tool monitoring function that provides information about tool change times. An alarm guidance function notifies the operator of any errors during operation including the cause and even corrective action to take. The Doosan-FANUC I machine control features a 10.4" display.

Any of the Lynx 2100 series turning center models can be equipped with peripheral equipment such as a chip conveyor, bar feeder, parts catcher, tool setter, oil skimmer and grease lubrication system, among other options.