Swiss turning centers

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:07 EDT
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The MLK 125 Linear Automatic Series of Swiss-type turning centers from Maier is suited for the accurate, high-volume production of electronic components and other small-part manufacturing. The centers feature 1600-in/min rapids in all axes and can accelerate up to 2 g. Spindles are driven by built-in 3-hp motors that can reach a speed of 15,000 rpm. The MLK Linear Series offers flexibility with a “two machines in one” option, allowing removal of the guide bushing, which enables the machine to operate as a standard lathe and eliminates the need to centerless grind stock. The units can machine up to 0.5-in bar stock and feature a 60 x 32-in footprint.

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