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PUBLISHED: 2/25/2011

Turning Small Parts

The QuickTECH TT-42 CNC is a high-precision, high-production turning center with milling capability.


PUBLISHED: 2/25/2011

Live Tooling for Swiss-Type Lathes

The company offers a range of Madula products, including driven tooling for use on specialized Citizen CNC Swiss-type lathes.


PUBLISHED: 2/25/2011

Variety of Lathes, Turning Centers on Display

The company will display four Swiss-type lathes and three turning centers.


PUBLISHED: 2/24/2011

CNC Swiss-Type Offers Ultra-Precision

The CNC Swiss machine, ZPS Swiss, covers the range from 3 to 32 mm bar diameter.


PUBLISHED: 2/24/2011

5-Axis Swiss Turning Machine

The Tsugami B0 385 38-mm, five-axis Swiss turning center has an integral double spindle and capacity to hold 20-mm diameter turning tools.


PUBLISHED: 2/24/2011

Spindle Series for High Speeds

The iSpeed3 spindle series satisfies the need for shorter length, higher speed live tooling for Swiss-type automatic lathes and super-compact machines.


PUBLISHED: 12/8/2010

When Production Demands Precision

The ZPS Swiss series covers the range from 3- to 32-mm bar diameter and is designed for continuous or series production of precision turned parts.


PUBLISHED: 7/7/2010

2010 Series of Swiss-Types

The ST-38 Swiss-type machine is part of the company’s 2010 series and features the most current multiturret technology that facilitates a larger capacity for machining components (up to 38mm). The machine’s triple-turret design was speci...


PUBLISHED: 6/23/2010

High Speed Spindles for Swiss-type Turning

Micro Line high speed spindles for Swiss turning are described as compact and powerful.


PUBLISHED: 6/22/2010

CNC Swiss-Type Models

TMT Swiss, U.S. importer for Nexturn Swiss-type turning machines, offers the “E” series of seven-axis Swiss turning machines, which are designed to minimize the effects of thermal displacement.


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