7/7/2018

ZVH Multiprocess Machining Centers Integrate Processes

Originally titled 'Multiprocess Machining Centers Integrate Processes'
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Ibarmia’s Multiprocess machining center series integrates machining processes, offering flexibility with turning, milling and gear hobbing capacity in both vertical and horizontal axes.

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Ibarmia’s ZVH Multiprocess machining center series integrates machining processes, minimizing the amount of machines required and reducing the machining times of complex pieces. It offers flexibility with turning, milling and gear hobbing capacity in both vertical and horizontal axes.

These centers are designed to improve the quality of the final piece as fewer machines and thus fewer piece setups are required. They reduce the cost of the initial investment as well as the floor space required, eliminating the transit of pieces between machines and simplifying the production management. 

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