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Five-Spindle Lathe Expands CNC Multi Line
Introduced at IMTS 2016, the Penta five-spindle lathe adds a CNC alternative to ZPS America’s line of six- and eight-spindle lathes.
A Collaborative Approach to Custom Machine Design
Conventional wisdom says multi-spindles equal high volume. That’s not necessarily true, as this U.K. project demonstrates.
Making Complex Parts Profitably
In a highly competitive global market, finding ways to manufacture domestically and profitably is an ongoing challenge. This Massachusetts shop has found a way using CNC multi-spindles.
Hybrid Multi-Spindle: Look Ma, No Cams
As the volume production market migrates from mechanical multi-spindle machines, builders are creating machine tool technology tiers that apply the correct level of cost and capability to the application.
Climbing the Ladder of Success
A shop takes advantage of CNC multi-spindle technology to reduce cost per part while meeting customer's quality production needs.
New CNC Multi-Spindle Designed for Form Tools
Advances in technology can be disruptive. However, some advances can provide new possibilities for existing methods and tools leading to leaps forward in efficiency and effectiveness.
Here, Multi-Spindles are Alive and Well
While the nature of multi-spindle work has changed over time, the demand for parts produced using this technology remains strong for this Midwest contract manufacturer, which successfully blends older cam and new CNC multi-spindle machine technologi...
Six are Good, Eight are Better
At the recently completed EMO Hannover, the multi-spindle builder Index, headquartered in Esslingen, Germany, unveiled its new eight-spindle, CNC automatic production lathe.
A Multi-Spindle and Swiss Combination
At the recently completed EMO show in Hannover, Germany, the world’s machine tool and metalworking industry put on the biggest exposition on earth.
Manufacturer Stays True to 106-Year-Old Niche
Finding a niche and sticking to it sounds like common sense. Sometimes, however, companies get distracted, even bored, with a niche. That’s never been a problem for the Fischer family.