Lathe Centers

Machinery & Machining Tools

Milling Lathe/CNC Turning Center has true Y-axis and sub-spindle.

February 27, 2015

In addition to 30 hp, 3,500 rpm, 10 in. (chuck dia) primary spindle and 20 hp, 4,500 rpm, 8 in. sub-spindle, FEELER FT-250SY features true Y-Axis with 100 mm (±50 mm) travel for maximum rigidity and robust machining environment. Single-piece structure with boxways, 45° slant bed, and base lend dampen vibration when turning in hard materials. Other features include heavy-duty, 12-station turret; 210 mm +/- 10 mm X-axis travel; 1,050 mm Z-Axis travel; and FANUC 31i-TB CNC control. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools, Materials & Material Processing

Grinding Center supports ISO standard insert grinding.

June 25, 2012

Utilizing Windows OS, DOM Semi 4-Axis Grinding Center performs periphery grinding, including K-Lands on one side for materials such as tungsten carbide, ceramics, and CBN. Machine features optimized infeed axis with linear motor, polymer concrete base for vibration dampening, and fully enclosed grinding area that keeps all moving axes and handling systems in dry environment. Auto-handling of each workpiece takes place during grinding via integrated pick-and-place linear handling system. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

CNC Turning Center offers off-center Y-axis cutting.

April 22, 2005

Quick Turn Nexus 250MSY employs 35, 10, and 7.5 hp spindles with respective 4,000, 6,000, and 4,500 rpm max speeds. Rotary and turning tools can be mounted at any position of 12-station drum turret, and workpiece can be automatically oriented in phase. Features include quick-change toolholders, Fusion 640T Nexus CNC, and automatic tool presetting arm. X-, Y-, and Z-axis traverse rates are 1,181, 826, and 1,299 ipm respectively. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Tooling System facilitates hard part turning.

February 7, 2005

Machining steels and alloys hardened to 45-62 Rc levels, ValEDGE Hard Part Turning System utilizes ceramic and CBN inserts as well as ValTURN(TM) ProGRIP(TM) toolholders. It is provided with T-Land corner break width and angle as well as light hone finish. For vibration-free machining, spring-loaded clamp grips insert in 2 places. Inserts, offered with 35, 55, 60, 80, and 90° geometries, result in projected surface finishes from 32-12 Ra @ 0.003 ipr feed rate. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Vertical Turning Center offers self-loading operation.

October 1, 2004

Suited for automotive parts suppliers and production job shops, inverted-spindle BLUETURN 250 features turn/swing diameter of 250/320 mm, rapid traverse rates of 60 m/min, and acceleration rate of 6 m/s². It includes 12-station turret with DIN 69880 VDI 40 tool holder adapter. GE Fanuc 21i controller provides straightforward operator interface and interactive screens. Turning program can be simulated in 2D or 3D solid model view, displaying cutting path and tooling. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Vertical Turning Center suits large parts applications.

September 16, 2004

Designed for use with high tensile alloys and cast materials, V100R has cutting envelope with 39.37 in. max cutting dia, 49.21 in. max swing dia, and 35.04 in. max cutting length. It utilizes Fanuc 18iT control and 74 hp motor with 4-750 rpm range. V12 turret carries 12 tools and accommodates standard tooling from 1.25-2 in. and boring bars from 2.0-2.5 in. X-axis travel is 22.24 in., Z axis is 35.04 in., and rapid traverse rate in both is 945 ipm. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Turning Center offers multitasking flexibility.

June 22, 2004

Controlled by GE Fanuc 21I-TB CNC, E 280 offers turning, boring, milling, and tapping capabilities, all in one setup. It can be configured with one or 2 spindles, C axis, live tools, and Y axis. With 25.6 in. swing, 15.75 in. max cutting length, and 11.02 in. cutting diameter, product has 104.33 x 70.87 in. footprint for mid- and high-volume production. Travels are 15.94, 7.67, 3.34, and 23.23 in. for Z, X, Y, and B axes respectively. Read More

Portable Tools, Machinery & Machining Tools

Grinding Centers allow multi-process machining.

May 25, 2004

MGC-Special grinding centers provide horizontal, vertical, and inclined spindle orientations to enable face, bore and diameter grinding, as well as turning, milling, boring and drilling. Equipped with hydrostatic rotary NC table, machine provides index accuracy of ± 1 arc sec and variable table speed up to 80 RPM. X-axis travels range from 1300-3300 mm, 3 independent Y-axis spindle heads travel up to 1050 mm, and Z-axis travels are up to 220 mm. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Turning Center features 8 in. chuck and 2 in. bar capacity.

October 31, 2002

Model J-3 has cast-iron beds, with hardened and ground box ways, and double sets of angular contact bearings to ensure precision. CNC control includes .00001 in. X and Z offset control capability to allow for finer adjustment of machining tolerances. Loader features Fanuc AC servo with vertical and horizontal rapid traverse rates of 3200 and 4728 ipm, respectively. Spindle motor is 15 hp and provides speeds to 4000 rpm. X- and Z-axis travels are 5 and 12.6 in., respectively. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Turning Center has 60 degree slant bed.

March 14, 2002

Storm II 90 turning center is thermally and dynamically insulated, and includes Fanuc CNC control, digital spindle and axis drives. 12-position turret with VDI 30 tooling is standard, plus spindle can be ordered with 4000 or 6000 rpm. Machine includes fittings for chuck sizes up to 8 in. Optional barfeed system is operated and controlled directly from Fanuc control. Read More

Machinery & Machining Tools

Turning Center drives tooling on two turrets.

February 4, 2002

Model ZT1000Y dual process turning center has 2 spindles and 2 turrets. Both spindles and turrets have same capability and power. Either turret drives live tooling at 6,000 rpm, contains 12 or 16 stations, and can be oriented toward either spindle. Turrets index to adjacent station within 0.2 sec, and both are quick-change type to shorten tool change time. Upper turret has Y-axis to move tool's center height direction by up to ±1.6 in. Read More

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