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Turning Centers

A turning center is a lathe with a computer numerical control (CNC) that is used to make cylindrical parts by moving the cutting tool across a rotating workpiece to reduce the diameter of the workpiece to a specified dimension and produce a smooth part finish. The CNC can transmit and manage cylindrical transformations primarily used for turning and effectively control a live tooling spindle on the turret that functions as a rotary, contouring axis to perform a variety of milling and drilling operations.

Acquiring Complex Machined Parts in the “No Bid Zone”

Pharmaceutical equipment builders demand machined components with such ultra-high tolerances and complexity that many precision shops must pass on jobs that are simply too difficult or beyond their capability. Who can they turn to?

Turning Centers: Articles

Acquiring Complex Machined Parts in the “No Bid Zone”

Pharmaceutical equipment builders demand machined components with such ultra-high tolerances and complexity that many precision shops must pass on jobs that are simply too difficult or beyond their capability. Who can they turn to?

Pharmaceutical equipment builders demand machined components with such ultra-high tolerances and complexity...

When Bigger Really is Better

With Video

This machine shop took an unconventional approach to growing into one of the most dependable parts suppliers for a major manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, and now they enjoy a niche that most shops are unable to compete against.

This machine shop took an unconventional approach to growing into one of...

The Move from Billet Work to Bar Fed

With Video

To replace some outdated equipment and upgrade their manufacturing capabilities, this machine shop invested in a universal turning center that gave them the opportunity to bid for larger work at a competitive cost. Now it provides the capacity they need to absorb the increasing workload they are experiencing through winning more business.

To replace some outdated equipment and upgrade their manufacturing capabilities, this machine...

From Napkin Drawing to Mass Production

This medical parts supplier specializes in alternative design solutions and value-added engineering that reduces manufacturing costs, risk and time to market. When they took on the steep challenge of manufacturing a non-conventional, unusually complex part, they needed a machine tool supplier with the same expertise, one that could identify the ideal system for the job and provide technical support to get production running smoothly in no time.

This medical parts supplier specializes in alternative design solutions and value-added engineering...

Under the Hood: Automotive Machining

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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? 

New powertrain components. More sensors and electronics parts. Increasing part complexity. Difficult...
Turning Centers: Products

Methods Machine Tools Introduces Its Own Line of VMCs

Methods Machine Tools is offering four 3-axis vertical machining centers (VMCs) and a 5-axis bridge-type machining center made by Taiwanese tool builder Litz Hitech. Equipped with Fanuc controls, they provide an accurate and reliable mid-range machining solution.

Methods Machine Tools is offering four 3-axis vertical machining centers (VMCs) and...

5-Axis Milling Machine Simplifies Complex Cutting Tasks

MC Machinery’s Eagle V5 can perform high-precision cuts with the X, Y, Z, B, and C axes moving simultaneously. Integrated 4/5-axis system allows X, Y, and Z travels of 21.6 in, 15.7 in, and 15.7 in, respectively.

MC Machinery’s Eagle V5 can perform high-precision cuts with the X, Y,...
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