Screw Machines - Swiss-Type

Exploring the: Screw Machines - Swiss-Type Zone

102 Results for: Article

Sort by:
Published: 11/19/2009

Continuous Improvement Streamlines Throughput on CNC Swiss-types
Applying continuous improvement is how this Swiss shop keeps ahead of the crowd. 

Published: 7/27/2009

Machining In Paradise
One medical parts job shop is taking its business to the next level in Puerto Rico with the right CAM system.

Published: 3/20/2009

Technical Member Profile: Tsugami-Rem Sales LLC
Tsugami-Rem Sales LLC is the exclusive North American importer of Tsugami equipment, including Swiss-type automatic and gang-tooled lathes, bar-fed multifunction machines and machining centers.  

Published: 3/18/2009

Bushless Swiss-Type Machines
In recent years, bushless Swiss-types have been available on the market, and as it “turns” out, there are many advantages to these machines, including the fact that they can often operate even more accurately than the Swiss-type machines with guide ...

Published: 3/16/2009

Probing Beyond Prismatic
This manufacturer has used on-machine probing to help automate setups and maintain process control for prismatic parts produced on VMCs for years. The metrology products maker recently implemented probing strategies that let it achieve similar resul...

Published: 3/5/2009

Seven-Axis CNC Screw Machine
The UltraTurn XL seven-axis CNC screw machine with tool slides is designed for heavy forming operations for maximum metal-removal rates, the company says. The company also offers a variable-speed servodrive for live turret tooling that is only compa...

Published: 3/4/2009

Swiss-Type with Removable Guide Bushing
The MLK-32 hybrid offers a seven-axis sliding headstock with a removable guide bushing. The hybrid model has a 7. 5-hp main spindle and a 7.

Published: 3/4/2009

12-Axis Swiss-Type Machine For Complex Parts
The 12-axis Swiss-type machine features an independent three-turret design to allow three tools to be used at any time, working simultaneously in the cut. Fully independent front/back machining capability enables a variety of tools to make complica...

Published: 3/4/2009

Turn 1'' Barstock
The Sigma 20, a high-speed sliding headstock turning center, is designed with the flexibility required in a job shop environment. This machine can turn simple to moderately complex parts. The counterspindle is as powerful as the main spindle, allo...

Published: 9/17/2008

Consider Swiss-Types For Medical Opportunities
Adopting the latest machining technologies is key for shops to accurately and repeatably create medical components. Swiss-style lathes offer a good combination of precision and repeatability for these applications thanks in part to their guide-bushi...