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Turning Center machines medium to high volume small parts.

Press Release Summary:

With footprint of only 64.6 x 43.1 in., BX-26T emulates cam-style automatic machine operation and incorporates live tooling to complete complex parts in single setup. Product can accommodate bar stock up to 1.02 in. dia and comes with double stack turret with 4 Z-axis live tools and 14 static tooling stations. Linear guide ways and 8,000 rpm 5 hp spindle aids in high speed turning operations, while additional 4 X-axis live tools on Y-axis slide allows unit perform complex machining operation.

Original Press Release:

New Miyano Compact Turning Center for Complete Machining of Small Parts

Wood Dale, IL October 26, 2009 - Miyano Machinery is pleased to introduce the new BX-26T Compact Turning Center for complete machining of medium to high volume small parts. The BX-26T emulates cam-style automatic machine operation and also incorporates live tooling to complete complex parts in a single setup.

The BX-26T features a unique double stack turret with four Z-axis live tools and fourteen static tooling stations. An additional four X-axis live tools on a Y-axis slide allow the BX-26T to perform complex machining operations including cross-drilling and off-centered milling. Linear guide ways and an 8,000RPM 5HP spindle facilitate high speed turning operations.

The BX-26T Turning Center has a compact footprint of only 1,640mm (64.6") wide by 1,095mm (43.1") deep, and is capable of accommodating bar stock up to 26mm (1.02") in diameter. Additional features include a Miyano-designed Oi Fanuc control, standard auger-style chip conveyor, and B&S #11C collet system.

For more information on the BX-26T Compact Turning Center any other Miyano product, please contact Miyano Machinery USA, Inc. at 630-766-4141 or visit their website at

Miyano Machinery USA is a subsidiary of Miyano Machinery, Inc, headquartered in Nagano, Japan. Miyano Machinery, Inc. was founded in 1929, and has become a global leader in precision machining technology. To support the North American metalworking market, Miyano Machinery USA was established in 1975 in Chicago, and moved to their current headquarters in Wood Dale, Illinois in 1987. This facility houses Miyano's North American service, engineering and sales staff, as well as over 50,000 stock parts.

For More Information:

General Information:
Chris Boyajian
Assistant Sales Manager
Miyano Machinery USA
940 N. Central Avenue
Wood Dale, IL 60191
Tel: 630-766-4141
Fax: 630-616-6025

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