3/27/2009

Big Bore Subspindle Turning System

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Bardons & Oliver’s big bore subspindle machine is designed to handle the most challenging through-hole applications. This heavy-duty, column-style machine provides users with the ability to process complex bar and tube components with no limitations on diameter, weight or length. When the subspindle machine is combined with the company’s automatic bar feed system and its finished part unloader, this system can produce finished parts with complex machining on both ends in one fully automatic operation.

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Bardons & Oliver’s big bore subspindle machine is designed to handle the most challenging through-hole applications. This heavy-duty, column-style machine provides users with the ability to process complex bar and tube components with no limitations on diameter, weight or length.

When the subspindle machine is combined with the company’s automatic bar feed system and its finished part unloader, this system can produce finished parts with complex machining on both ends in one fully automatic operation.

The 12- and 15-station turret and tooling systems are made for handling heavy cuts while at the same time holding precision tolerances. Tool heads are sized for 1.00" or 1.25" square-shank toolholders and as much as 3.00" diameter boring bars.

Standard collet chuck sizes for the subspindle line range from 3.00" to 8.50". Finished parts can be produced in lengths from 6.00" to as long as 30 ft.

 

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