Hwacheon Hi-Tech 750 Turning Center Designed for Large Parts
Machine features high-torque, built-in gear-driven spindle that reaches up to 1,800 rpm.
Double doors are pictured open, easy access for large parts
Hwacheon’s Hi-Tech 750A YMC turning center is designed for machining high-precision, heavy-duty parts. It comes with a wide range of features to maintain precision and accuracy throughout the entire machining process. According to the company, machining accuracy is largely due to a high-torque, built-in gear-driven spindle that reaches up to 1,800 rpm, which reduces machining time and further enhances productivity when combined with its Y-axis and live-tooling functions.
The machine is equipped with an 18" chuck and can handle up to a 24" chuck with a maximum cutting length up to 4,250 mm and maximum cutting diameter of 760 mm. It also features a wide door window, enabling better visibility when machining large materials. The company says the machine also includes a highly rigid built-in tailstock, wide disc turret and powerful milling function, making it suitable for the heavy transport, construction and agriculture, and oil and energy industries.
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