Production Machining

JAN 2019

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE A leading provider of superior technology to the machine tool industry, Star CNC Machine Tool Corp. continues to set the standard in the machining of complex, large-diameter parts with the 10-axis SR-38B Swiss-type automatic lathe. With B-axis versatility and an eight-spindle backworking unit, the SR-38B can accommodate complex parts production in one operation with the precision and accuracy required by quality-critical applications in a variety of industries. The SR-38B has rigid construction design to handle barstock up to 1.500" diameter. Built-in main- and subspindles and high tool post rigidity, ensure exceptional accuracy. Also, flexible overlap machining and simultaneously controlled X1 and X3 axes deliver high productivity. Further, Star CNC's Motion Control System optimizes machining operations and significantly reduce idle machine time. For the most up-to-date product information and videos, please visit Star CNC Machine Tool Corp. is among the leading providers of superior technology and unparalleled service to the machine tool industry. Founded in 1948, Star CNC is a division of Star Micronics Co. Ltd. of Japan and its exclu- sive distributor in the United States. Star Micronics is one of the world's most respected manufacturers of Swiss sliding headstock machines for the production of small, complex and precise metal components used in a broad spectrum of industries. Star CNC is well known for its reputation of quality and delivery of state-of-the-art Swiss-type machines. Star CNC Machine Tool Corp. is well poised to meet ever more demanding and dynamic needs of the machine tool industry today and for the future. Star CNC Machine Tool Corp. 123 Powerhouse Road P.O. Box 9 Roslyn Heights, NY 11577 Phone: 516-484-0500 :: A M E M B E R O F PRODUCTS / SERVICES 30 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JANUARY 2019

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