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ducing at IMTS.” An integrated FANUC robot handles the heavy, large workpieces that its 15" chuck can accommodate. “These are typically large oil industry parts that require turning the ID and OD and drilling holes in the flanges.” This machine is recognized in the market as FBL-360B, a 45° slant bed lathe with rigid boxways structure and programmable tailstock. It’s designed for mixed volume, short-run or dedicated high-volume applications and machining bars up to 4.5" (114.3-mm) diameter at speeds up to 2500 rpm with a 35-hp (26-kW) motor with an optional IQ L8 TQJOEMF NPUPS QSPEVDJOH VQ UP


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Subspindle Lathes Get Jobs Done Efficiently Multitasking subspindle CNC lathes from Ganesh Machinery Inc. (Chatsworth,


CA) are designed to get the job done efficiently in only one operation. Axial and radial milling features are accurately timed and deburred without building fixtures for follow- on operations and tying up multiple machines and operators. Ganesh multitask- ing CNC lathe models start with the eight-axis Cyclone 70-3TMY with 70-mm bar capacity and three 16-station tool turrets for a total of 48 live tool positions. Complex work can be completed in just one operation with 7.5-hp (5.6-kW) BMT-65 tools on every tool station. The machine is also available in the smaller 52-mm bar capacity for “done-in-one” capability on Ø 2" (51-mm) bar work on the Cyclone 52-3TMY. Both machines are also available with just two-tool turrets with 32 live tool positions. The Cyclone 78-MSY can do “done-in-one” work with one live tool turret ma- chining up to Ø 3" (76-mm) bar stock or using 10" three-jaw chucks. This 16-sta- tion BMT-65 servo turret can handle over 30 tools. Radial and axial-driven tools have full access to the fully synchronized main and subspindle. The 30-hp (22.3- kW) 4000-rpm main spindle and 7.5-hp (5.6-kW) milling spindles are optimized for efficient metal removal. The above heavy-duty machines are equipped with roller- bearing linear ways that provide twice the rigidity as ball-bearing ways, for more aggressive cutting with improved surface finish and superb tool life. The seven-axis Cyclone CS-32 can machine up to Ø 1 3/8" (34.9-mm) bar work using 27 tools, including 11 driven tools and nine backworking tools, in this very popular Swiss-style CNC lathe for efficient complete “done-in-one” machin- ing. Work that has no, or very limited, live tool requirements can be efficiently processed on the six-axis Cyclone GTS-42 gang-tooled CNC lathe with a full-sized subspindle for work up to Ø 1 5/8" (41.2-mm).


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Chevalier Machinery Inc. 562-893-1929 / www.chevalierusa.com


Ganesh Machinery Inc. 888-542-6374 / www.ganeshmachinery.com


Hydromat, ICON Technologies Division 314-432-4644 / www.iconhydromat.com


Index Corp. 317-770-6300 / www.index-usa.com


Methods Machine Tools Inc. 978-443-5388 / www.methodsmachine.com


Okuma America Corp. 704-588-7000 / www.okuma.com/americas


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