2/28/2013

Three-Turret Machine Reduces Overall Machining Time

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Star CNC’s ST-38 features three-turret technology with simultaneous machining of as many as three tools in cut with 1.5" capacity.

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Star CNC’s ST-38 features three-turret technology with simultaneous machining of as many as three tools in cut with 1.5" capacity. The machine’s triple-turret design reduces overall machining time, making it well-suited for medical, aviation and automotive industries.

 

The machine is equipped with Star’s Motion Control System, which improves productivity by reducing non-productive time. As many as 80 tools can be accommodated for machining complicated components.

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