2/24/2011

CNC Single-Spindle Screw Machine

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The UltraTurn XL CNC single-spindle screw machine with the new subspindle is powered by a 2.5-hp servomotor with infinitely variable speeds up to 5,000 rpm.

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The UltraTurn XL CNC single-spindle screw machine with the new subspindle is powered by a 2.5-hp servomotor with infinitely variable speeds up to 5,000 rpm. The subspindle is capable of both ID and OD work and can chuck parts externally or internally.

Customers who have used this machine are often said to have seen payback periods less than 1 year. The manufacturer firmly believes in using the “right machine for the right part,” and the XL fills the manufacturing gap at numerous facilities across the country.

The company requests that attendees bring their own part prints for a free time study and guided tour on how easily a multi-axis machine can be programmed. 

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