3/9/2009

CNC for Multi-Spindle Automatic Lathes

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The Series 8 CNC for multi-spindle automatic machines provides a blend of industrial-hardened technology with the advantages of a PC-based control. The CNC provides OEMs, specialty machine builders and retrofitters with a high-performance, all-digital machine control platform. According to the company, part lot sizes are smaller today, tolerances are tighter and traditional screw machine shops must have more flexibility.

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The Series 8 CNC for multi-spindle automatic machines provides a blend of industrial-hardened technology with the advantages of a PC-based control. The CNC provides OEMs, specialty machine builders and retrofitters with a high-performance, all-digital machine control platform.

According to the company, part lot sizes are smaller today, tolerances are tighter and traditional screw machine shops must have more flexibility. The control is designed to reduce setup time, add single-point threading and improve accuracy. Other benefits include data collection, machine network connectivity, remote diagnostic service support and more.

The company offers specialized applications for Acme, New Britain, Warner & Swasey, Euroturn and Gildemeister MSA lathes.

 

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