Tool Turrets suit high-volume production machines.

Press Release Summary:

Sauter Crown-Type Tool Turrets use single motors for turret indexing and live tool drive. Most sizes are available with 4, 6, or 8 tool positions and various tool spindles. Multi-spindle and special tooling are also available. Turrets have universal housings that mount in any orientation and tool speeds rated to 15,000 rpm. Features include bi-directional indexing, non-lifting tool carriers, and integral high-pressure coolant distribution system.

Original Press Release:

Sauter Crown-Type Tool Turrets Recently Upgraded and Expanded

Ramsey, New Jersey. Indexing Technologies Inc. announces that its range of Sauter Crown-Type Tool Turrets has recently been upgraded and expanded.

The Crown-Type Turrets, typically used on multi-station dial and in-line transfer machines, are now available in four sizes, all of which have impressive power and torque capabilities.

This series of turrets uses a single motor for both turret indexing and live tool drive. Most sizes are available with four, six or eight tool positions and with a wide range of standard tool spindles. Multi-spindle and special tooling are also available to meet specific application parameters.

The turrets have a "universal" housing that can be mounted in any orientation. With a rugged design and standard features such as tool speeds up to 15,000 rpm, bi-directional high-speed indexing, a non-lifting tool carrier, high-speed/high-torque tooling and an integral high-pressure coolant distribution system, these turrets are the perfect choice for high-volume production machines for all industries. A compact synchronous drive motor, compatible with most controls, is also available.

Indexing Technologies Inc. is a major supplier of indexing components to original equipment manufacturers, machine tool retrofitters and rebuilders. If you miss the Sauter Crown-Type Turrets at ITI's 2002 IMTS Booth #D-4628, contact Indexing Technologies Inc., 37 Orchard Street, Ramsey, NJ 07446, (201) 934-6333, fax (201) 934-6488. Or, visit the ITI website:

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