10/26/2011

9-Axis, 52-mm Bar Machine for Tough Materials

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For affordable cost reduction for multi-operation bar machine work, the 52 mm (2”) Swiss-type, nine-axis Ganesh Cyclone 52-BY2 with an angular B axis, featuring 35-tools with as much as 18 driven tools is available.

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For affordable cost reduction for multi-operation bar machine work, the 52 mm (2”) Swiss-type, nine-axis Ganesh Cyclone 52-BY2 with an angular B axis, featuring 35-tools with as much as 18 driven tools is available.
 
The machine features heavily ribbed cast-iron construction to dampen cutting vibration for enhanced productivity, superior surface finish and improved tool life, the company says.
 
Dual-opposed, 10-hp integral motors drive the 6,000-rpm spindles. Both the main and subspindles use 52-mm Traub A-52 collets for easy part transfer and complete “done-in-one” machining efficiency, including all radial, end-working, Y-axis live tooling work and angular B-axis milling on both the front and back of the part.
 

The machine is especially useful for complex bar parts made of tough materials.  

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