Two-Turret Shaft Lathe

Mori Seiki’s NZ-S1500 is making its North American debut. Created to machine shafts, the footprint is less than half the size of previous models, measuring less than 5' in height. The machine can accommodate workpieces with a maximum machining diameter of 120 mm, and a standard machining diameter of 60~20 mm.

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Mori Seiki’s NZ-S1500 is making its North American debut. Created to machine shafts, the footprint is less than half the size of previous models, measuring less than 5' in height. The machine can accommodate workpieces with a maximum machining diameter of 120 mm, and a standard machining diameter of 60~20 mm.

To increase productivity, the machine employs a symmetrical design in which the two turrets are aligned with the spindle that is mounted onto the vertical bed. This layout also serves to reduce the influence of heat and improve accuracy during continuous machining, says the company.

Also available is the NT4250 DCG/1500SZ, which features a subspindle and second turret to offer simultaneous machining on two sides and an optimal balance of processes.

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