Compact turning center

  • 04-Jan-2010 09:53 EST
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Miyano Machinery’s BX-26T Compact Turning Center provides complete machining of medium- to high-volume small parts. The device emulates cam-style automatic machine operation and also incorporates live tooling to complete complex parts in a single setup. It features a double-stack turret with four Z-axis live tools and 14 static tooling stations. Additional four X-axis live tools on a Y-axis slide allow the BX-26T to perform complex machining operations including cross-drilling and off-centered milling. Linear guide ways and an 8000-rpm 5-hp spindle facilitate high-speed turning operations. The center has a footprint of 64.6 x 43.1 in and can accommodate bar stock of up to 1.02-in diameter.

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