8/28/2013

CNC Turning Center Increases Chip Removal Rates

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YMT will showcase its compact, high speed TTL-20L CNC turning center featuring a 30-degree true slant bed with a one-piece, heavily ribbed Meehanite casting design.

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YMT will showcase its compact, high speed TTL-20L CNC turning center featuring a 30-degree true slant bed with a one-piece, heavily ribbed Meehanite casting design. Heavy-duty roller guideways and the 20-hp spindle motor are said to enable higher capacity and chip removal rates. The high speed 10-station servo turret is said to provide 0.2-sec. indexing times and is supported with a reinforced saddle to handle heavy cuts.

The company will also display Quaser’s MF500 4+1 five-axis machining center, MV184C machining center and MV205CP heavy-duty machining center.

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