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New to Swiss-Type Turning

What are some nuances to training a person to effectively operate a Swiss-type lathe? This shop offers some suggestions.

Consolidating Operations with Swiss-Type Machines

This Ohio shop is learning about Swiss–type machines and finding how to blend the production advantages they bring into a smooth workflow. Machining parts complete in a single handling is one big advantage and a throughput goal for this shop.

Adding Swiss to the Machining Mix

Augmenting this Ohio shop’s machining center based-business with Swiss-type machining capability speaks to trends within the metalworking industry. And it’s working well.

Large Threading with Single Spindle

Oilfield pipes require large, quality threads. This Texas shop is getting the performance it needs from two recently implemented big bore lathes.

Swiss-Type with Laser Cutting Capability

New capability for Swiss machines uses a laser.

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.

Swiss-Type Lathe Features Integral Laser Cutter

An integral laser cutter brings another capability to this multifunction machine platform.

Swiss for Short

A Swiss-type lathe with a B-axis milling spindle and significant tooling capacity enables this shop to be more effective at complex, short-run work—work the shop otherwise might not even bid on.

Shop Opts for Choice in Swiss Machines

Precision CNC (Lancaster, Ohio) is a traditional machine shop that has moved into Swiss machining. From the beginning of its Swiss operation, it has used “combination” machines in its stable of Swiss-types, which offer machining capability with or w...

Medical Machining is in the Genes

Sometimes it’s difficult to stay away. This company is an example of a precision machining family that simply can’t stop doing what it does.


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