2/10/2009

Universal CNC Swiss Turning Centers

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Hanwha Machinery America’s XD12H CNC Swiss turning center is designed for universal and precise machining, with a large bed for easy tooling and high rigidity. A built-in motor on the main spindle allows for high precision and speed. It has a spacious tooling area that allows for comfortable operation and tooling and a safe working environment.

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Hanwha Machinery America’s XD12H CNC Swiss turning center is designed for universal and precise machining, with a large bed for easy tooling and high rigidity. A built-in motor on the main spindle allows for high precision and speed. It has a spacious tooling area that allows for comfortable operation and tooling and a safe working environment. The machine is designed to increase productivity by use of various tooling capabilities. It is structured to enable shortened cycle time and increase productivity while using the maximum of usage stations. It also has a more stable headstock design, and a built-in motor enables high accuracy and power, while keeping noise and temperatures low.

 

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