3/28/2012

CNC Gang Tool Lathes

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Dynamic Machine Resources Inc. offers small CNC turning and space-efficient CNC gang tool lathes that provide accuracy and speed, according to the company.

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Dynamic Machine Resources Inc. offers small CNC turning and space-efficient CNC gang tool lathes that provide accuracy and speed, according to the company. Rebuilt machines come with a 6-month warranty. Both new and rebuilt machines have a choice of options to provide a range of capabilities and features to maximize output.

A ZV CNC gang tool lathe line offers performance with accuracies at 0.0005” with more than 800 IPM rapid reverse rate. A C axis is standard and turnkey tooling packages are available.

The ZV line offers 6,000 rpm; 27-mm to 42-mm models with an optional 1,181-ipm rapid
traverse; a choice of either Fanuc or Fagor CNC controls (both standard) that come with a 2-year warranty.
 

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