9/30/2013

Tornos Multi-Spindles Offer Functions for Every Job

Originally titled 'Multi-Spindles Offer Functions for Every Job'
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From single-spindle to multi-spindle turning to surface processing, Tornos has machines for turned parts 4-32 mm (0.15”-1.25“) diameter and up to 140 mm (5.5”) long.

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From single-spindle to multi-spindle turning to surface processing, Tornos has machines for turned parts 4-32 mm (0.15”-1.25“) diameter and up to 140 mm (5.5”) long. The company has brought the complete turning center family under one roof in the U.S again. 

The single-spindle lineup offers workzone accessibility, a variety of interchangeable toolholders, Swiss precision and competitive cost per part. Choose from the modular Swiss ST 26, large-diameter Sigmas, and versatile EvoDECO machines. 

The multi-spindle models now available include MultiSwiss 6x14 with six sliding headstock spindles; MultiAlpha 8x20 and 8x28 with eight spindles for parts 4-28 mm diameter; the MultiSigma 8x28 for precise parts on eight powered spindles with independent spindle speeds, plus double backworking and integrated palletization; and the six-spindle SAS 16.6 automatic cam machine.

Tornos also offers a complete line of Esco coil-fed turning machines.

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