8/8/2006

Boxway Machining Center

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The GX 1000 B boxway machining center from Bridgeport is designed to dampen vibration at the cut, thus offering excellent surface finishes, longer tool life and the ability to take deep, heavy cuts, the company says. Its features include 40" × 24" × 22" (1000 × 600 × 550 mm) travels (XYZ); 1,181 ipm (30 m/min) rapid rates (XYZ); 17. 3 hp (spindle); spindle speeds at 8,000 rpm; two-speed gearbox option; table weight capacity of 1,540 lbs; 20-tool ATC; and Fanuc control.

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The GX 1000 B boxway machining center from Bridgeport is designed to dampen vibration at the cut, thus offering excellent surface finishes, longer tool life and the ability to take deep, heavy cuts, the company says.

Its features include 40" × 24" × 22" (1000 × 600 × 550 mm) travels (XYZ); 1,181 ipm (30 m/min) rapid rates (XYZ); 17.3 hp (spindle); spindle speeds at 8,000 rpm; two-speed gearbox option; table weight capacity of 1,540 lbs; 20-tool ATC; and Fanuc control.

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