2/8/2019

Star CNC Swiss-Type Lathe Offers Multiple Tool Processing

Originally titled 'Swiss-Type Lathe Runs Without Guide Bushing'
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PMTS 2019: Star CNC Machine Tool’s SV-20R Swiss-type lathe features a gang slide and an opposing turret with a 360-degree programmable B axis for front and back operations.

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Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.

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Star CNC Machine Tool will be exhibiting new technology at IMTS 2020 in Chicago this September.

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Star CNC Machine Tool Corp.’s SV-20R Swiss-type lathe features a gang slide and an opposing turret with a 360-degree programmable B axis for front and back operations. Multiple tool processing with twin slides and independent back working provide the ability for process overlapping capabilities. This model includes the function to run with or without a guide bushing and is equipped with an LNS bar feed demonstrating communication between machine and bar feed using E-connect software.

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