Turning Centers

Under the Hood: Automotive Machining

New powertrain components. More sensors and electronics parts. Increasing part complexity. Difficult to cut materials. Faster delivery. How do automotive suppliers navigate to profitability through this stormy sea of lightweighting and driverless cars? 
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Turning Centers: Articles

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Turning Centers: Industry News

Mazak Adds New Technical Center in Texas

The Dallas facility will serve the defense, aerospace, medical, automotive, energy and construction industries.

Multitasking Takes Center Stage

A wide range of Nakamura-Tome multitasking turning centers and strategies for machining precision parts was recently displayed by Methods Machine Tools.

Murata Machinery USA Celebrates 40 Years

The machine tool and automation supplier has grown into four divisions involved in turning, fabrication, logistics and automation, clean factory automation and textiles.

 

Turning Centers: Products

Diverse Metal Cutting Capabilities

To meet the most demanding machining challenges, the TALENT 51 MSY CNC Turning Center from Hardinge comes standard with live tooling, subspindle and Y-axis that allows for part-complete operations.

Flexible Machining Center Configures to Wide Range of Applications

The compact Hüller Hille NBH P 80 from FFG has a choice of spindles, highly precise and dynamic rotary tables, and CNC controls that allow for flexible configuration. Its chain-type magazine has 60 locations that can be manually loaded during machine operation.

Multi-Process Turning Center

The C1 Multi-Process Turning Center from Hwacheon Machinery uses a triple stack turret with a tool changer to handle a multitude of tools that allow for the precise machining of complex parts with drastically reduced setups.