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Lightning Fast Turning Centers

Turret indexing times are lightning fast on the Puma GT2600 from Doosan due to a servo driven non-lifting design, with a high torque motor. The new design is not only faster, it’s more reliable, with 53 percent fewer moving parts. 
The Puma GT2600, GT2600M, GT2600L and GT2600LM turning centers from Doosan apply box guideways to all axes to increase dampening and rigidity that is ideal for taking deep, powerful cuts. 

Twin Spindles with Individual Machining Zones

Tongtai MT Series has twin spindles and two individual machining areas.  The turrets and spindles are designed parallel to each other.  This design makes parts that usually need two processes to be finished on one machine. The work area on the main foundation of the lathes has two individual working areas with separate bed structures to decrease the transfer of harmonic vibration, contributing to excellent machining accuracy and high quality surface finishes.  The compact design allows for a short cutting flow from start to finish, which enhances machining rigidity and heavy cutting ability.  
Ideal for small automotive parts that are typically made within 60 seconds, Tongtai MT lathes from Absolute Machine Tools is designed for precision turning, high production volume, automatic production, and insertion into mass-production lines.

High Speed Vertical Turning Lathe for Heavy-Duty Cutting

The TUE-100 Vertical Turning Lathe utilizes a field-tested design that capitalizes on the identical ram cross section to support the railhead for increased precision. Cutting performance is improved through the two types of bearings used to support both the radial and axial loads of the table, along with the high quality cast iron bed, specifically designed for efficient chip removal.
The TUE-100 vertical turning lathe from Toshiba showcases the highest rapid rate available in its class with feed rates up to 2,000 mm/min that reduce cycle times and increase productivity.

Single-Pass Taper Threading of Pipe

The Okuma LOC650 4-axis turning center used in the process applies tandem Seco multi-tooth, chaser-style threading inserts that are pushed through to direct cutting forces back into the machine. The stability and precision of the lathe, combined with the 4-axis design and this unique thread-cutting process, provides great results up to 7 in diameter in both accuracy and productivity. 
A LOC650 horizontal lathe from Okuma uses Thread Chaser inserts from Seco Tools to accurately thread oil coupling pipe in a cycle time of less than one minute.

Affordable, Flexible Horizontal CNC Lathe

Making its American debut, the compact, economical HJ-250E horizontal CNC lathe from Okuma is 
excellent for machining parts for several industries.
The entry-level HJ-250E horizontal CNC lathe from Okuma provides stability, rigidity and accuracy for a variety of applications.

Automated Multitasking Turning Center Cell

The AS-200 Lathe JobShop Cell loads through the door, not through the spindle, allowing automatic loading of stock larger than the bar capacity of the lathe. The Nakamura-Tome AS-200 High Performance Multitasking Turning Center offers a single spindle, single turret in a heavy duty and compact machine for exceptional value.  The standard AS-200  is well equipped with a powerful milling drive, together with a high-speed C-Axis and 82 mm stroke Y-Axis for accurate, finished parts.  
The Lathe JobShop Cell from Methods Machine Tools features the new Nakamura-Tome AS-200 High Performance Multitasking Turning Center that is ideal for job shops wanting to incorporate automation in their turning operations.

Complete Small Parts in Single Setups

The QTU 250MSY from Mazak features a milling turret with a rotary tool spindle to perform Multi-
Tasking operations, a second turning spindle for Done In One® part production, Y-axis
functionality for off-centerline machining, an advanced integral spindle/motor headstock, special servo-driven turret,  spindle/motor headstock for extreme rigidity in heavy-duty machining
as well as high-speed, high-torque operations with zero backlash.
A full-circumference C-axis headstock break provides high-accuracy positioning to within 0.0001 deg.
The QTU 250MSY small footprint multi-tasking turning center from Mazak is ideal for machining high precision small parts used in medical devices, engine components and electronic enclosures.

Multi-Tasking Turning Center for Heavy Cutting in Demanding Jobs

The L2100SY multi-tasking wedge type Y-axis CNC turning center from Hyundai WIA uses a latest-generation BMT top plate to increase tool performance and rigidity by securing each tool with four screws. Cutting is reinforced by all-axis box guideway design.
The L2100SY multi-tasking wedge type Y-axis CNC turning center from Hyundai WIA uses a high-precision spindle with elevated resistance to heat distortion for high accuracy in heavy duty cutting of demanding jobs.

Multi-Tasking Turning Center Makes Complete Parts

The LM1600TTSY Multi-Tasking Turning Center from Hyundai WIA has twin spindles that have the same rpm, horsepower, torque and bar capacity. It also features two turrets that can each operate on either spindle or both. These capabilities allow for optimal cycle distribution between the spindles, balanced process time and complete machining of a complete part in a single process—no additional setups and no more waiting for another machine. 
The LM1600TTSY Multi-Tasking Turning Center from Hyundai WIA uses a Y-axis controlled BMT55P turret that combines metal removal operations by one machine in a single set-up. 

Vertical Lathe Series for Automotive Parts

The unique Lathe Tool Load Detection System software on Hwacheon vertical CNC lathes constantly detects and diagnoses the tool load during machining to reduce tool wear and prevent damage and optimize tool life. The maximum turning diameter zone is designed to provide interference-free operations, providing same maximum diameter at full length even on larger parts.
Single spindle and twin spindle vertical CNC lathes from Hwacheon are ideal for reducing cutting times in the mass production of brake discs, brake drums, hubs, valves and other automotive parts.