3/7/2007

Five-Spindle Automatic Screw Machine

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Davenport's High-Precision (HP) Machine comes fully loaded with a PLC for reduced setup times and a high-precision head as standard equipment. The HP head design has stiffened the machine revolving spindles by replacing bronze or needle bearings with ABEC 9 angular radial bearings. This improvement delivers spindle runout consistently less than 0.

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Davenport's High-Precision (HP) Machine comes fully loaded with a PLC for reduced setup times and a high-precision head as standard equipment. The HP head design has stiffened the machine revolving spindles by replacing bronze or needle bearings with ABEC 9 angular radial bearings. This improvement delivers spindle runout consistently less than 0.0005".

The revolving head has remained consistent in its design, however, the manufacturing process has been upgraded to produce a more precise part. The result is a head that provides index repeatability to within 0.0006".

Pietro Cucchi will offer a selection of bar feeders in Davenport's booth as well.

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