Turning Centers Offer Turning, Boring, Milling And Tapping

The New Generation E Series of turning centers from Romi offers turning, boring, milling and tapping all in one setup. It can be configured with one or two spindles with a full C axis, live tools and a Y axis. The E Series is designed to fit the needs of mid- and high-volume production, offering flexibility with consistent accuracy from the first to the last part.

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The New Generation E Series of turning centers from Romi offers turning, boring, milling and tapping all in one setup. It can be configured with one or two spindles with a full C axis, live tools and a Y axis. The E Series is designed to fit the needs of mid- and high-volume production, offering flexibility with consistent accuracy from the first to the last part.

The series has an improved linear way guide system, which provides even more rigidity in areas critical to predictable machine reliability.

With a swing of 27.55", a maximum cutting length of 23.62", a cutting diameter of 12.6" and distance between spindle faces of 41.26, the E 320 combines turning and large machining capability within a 145.67" × 74.80" space-saving footprint.

The main components are assembled on a solid base incorporating the new FEA-designed "polygonal ribbed working platform," comprising a polygon-shaped rib structure around a torque tube core to achieve minimal heat distortion and maximum vibration dampening.

The working platform is supported on a 45-degree angle by a "torque tube concept" ribbed structure integrated in a one-piece cast-iron body and filled with vibration dampening materials.

Spindle bearings are grease lubricated for life and have minimal temperature variation, even when running continuously at maximum speed. The heavy-duty spindle cartridge is anchored on the headstock base, designed to be free of thermal distortion generated by any source of heat, such as the spindle motor, hydraulic cylinder or spindle bearings.