1/22/2019

Gnutti Transfer Machine Designed for Flexibility

Originally titled 'Transfer Machined Designed for Flexibility'
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PMTS 2019: Gnutti’s line of transfer machines are designed for to accommodate a range of materials including lead free brass, cast iron, steel and more.

PMTS 2019 Exhibitor

Gnutti Transfer SpA

Exhibitor Hall, Booth 8077

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Gnutti Transfer SpA will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

Plan to meet up with their team or get registered here!

Gnutti’s line of transfer machines are designed for to accommodate a range of materials including lead free brass, cast iron, steel and more. The machines can be configured in different modes, enabling machining of multiway parts. The machines use the latest technology including all axes controlled by NC, direct drive, CNC and digital drives, and electrical rotating chucks and clamping jaws. Because of this technology, it is possible to achieve flexibility and keep cycle times reduced, according to the company. The machines available include the two-spindle GT2 and the four-spindle GT4.

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