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?
Turning Centers: Articles
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Turning Centers: Industry News
David Grega now leads operations of their technical centers in Lorain, and Mason, OH, Livonia, MI, and Elgin, IL.
Their new machining cell consists of two turning centers, a vertical machining center and marking capabilities.
Christopher Papke will take over for Dana Scott, who is set to retire.
Turning Centers: Products
To effectively process large parts, Selway Machine Tool connects a compact Eurotech Spinner TTC300 dual spindle/dual turret multi-process turning center to a Trinity TCL-10 loading center with a Fanuc M10iA robot, and a compact Matsuura MX-330 5-axis vertical machining center to a Trinity MCL-35f loading center with a with a Fanuc M20iA-35M robot.
Ideal for manufacturing medium and large batch runs, the compact VL 4 Vertical Turning Machine from EMAG utilizes a modular inverted vertical lathe configuration for machining precision metal parts, reducing floor space costs and increasing machine layout flexibility.
The Giddings & Lewis V 1000 vertical turning center and Hyundai WIA KF5600 vertical machining center from Hillary Machinery are ideal for job shops requiring high metal removal rates and high precision.