5/9/2011

Sliding Headstock CNC Swiss Turn

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The 12-position mill-turn servo turret of the Diamont 42 SY2B has 12 live tool stations, four of which are capable of 360-degree B-axis rotation, to machine parts in the main or subspindle.

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The 12-position mill-turn servo turret of the Diamont 42 SY2B has 12 live tool stations, four of which are capable of 360-degree B-axis rotation, to machine parts in the main or subspindle. Main and subspindles are both built in with MP scale C-axis construction that helps in obtaining higher spindle rotation accuracy and better surface finish during the cutting operation. Both the Y-axis turret and Y-axis slide can machine on main or subspindle, delivering the capability to pinch, turn or mill on either the main or subspindle.

The new 42-mm sliding headstock CNC Swiss turn is the flagship model offered by Eurotech. It features Meehanite castings, THK/NSK bearings and linear ways. The company’s new “Win with Technology” Swiss-type turn-mill machines range from 6 to 11 axes in six models: Zeiger, Kobra, Gepard, Zeit, Blitz, and Diamont. All Swiss turn models can be set up to accept most major brand collets and guide bushings.  

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