Production Machining

JAN 2018

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

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PRODUCTS / SERVICES Tsugami/Rem Sales 910 Day Hill Road Windsor, CT 06095 Phone: 866-224-8576 Fax: 860-687-3401 email: :: A M E M B E R O F Tsugami/Rem Sales is the exclusive North American source for machine tools from Precision Tsugami, the No. 1 builder of small part turning solutions in the world. Products include CNC automatic lathes, multifunction machines, HMCs and more. Engineering expertise defines Tsugami/Rem Sales. Rem Sales' engineers help users develop and implement the most efficient machining processes for manufacturing small precision parts. The company provides customer training as well as service and support throughout the lives of its customers' machines. Tsugami/Rem Sales also distributes LaserSwiss machines; Tsugami five-, six- and seven-axis opposed gang tool lathes with fully integrated laser cutting systems. The LaserSwiss machines were developed by Tsugami LaserSwiss, a Tsugami/ Rem Sales sister company; part of Morris Group, Inc. This year marks 40 years of a powerful partnership between Tsugami & Rem Sales. Since 1978, the Tsugami/Rem Sales relationship has fostered a legacy of continuing innovation.. SUPPLIER SHOWCASE 22 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JANUARY 2018 Multitasking Lathe Built for high accuracy, high production machining, the Tsugami M08SY is a rigid turning center with a Y axis and subspindle that allows users to perform highly complex machining, such as turning, drilling, boring, cross-drilling and CNC milling. The built-in spindles on the M08SY minimize vibration and provide superior responsiveness. With a small footprint and robust 13,007-lb platform, the M08SY is built for the long haul. It features live tooling capabilities on all positions, making it the ideal machine for a range of applications. This year marks 40 years of a powerful partner- ship between Tsugami and Rem Sales. Since 1978, the Tsugami/Rem Sales relationship has fostered a legacy of continued innovation— definitely something worth celebrating.

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