Production Machining

JAN 2018

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

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE Doosan Machine Tools America 19A Chapin Road Pine Brook, NJ 07058 Phone: 973-618-2500 Fax: 973-618-2501 email: :: 4 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JANUARY 2018 PRODUCTS / SERVICES PUMA TW 2600: More Productivity Ahead The PUMA TW 2600 is the high productivity powerhouse you need. This twin-spindle turning center features an integrated gantry loader and delivers reduced cycle-times for high volume production runs. The 25 hp and 298-foot-pound spindles are best in class, and the servo-driven turrets provide quick indexing time. When every second counts, look no further than the PUMA TW 2600. PUMA SMX: Simplifies Complex Parts The PUMA SMX multitasking machines were designed from the ground up for finishing complex parts in a single setup. The combination milling and turning center brings long-term accuracy and superior surface finishes to your shop. Thanks to its high-speed tool change and rapid traverse rates, non-cutting time is minimized. And with C-axis contouring, Y-axis off-center and B-axis any-angle milling and drilling, you get beautiful and complex parts fast. Reduce lead time and keep cutting. At Doosan, our goal is to help you machine greatness. We offer the widest range of advanced CNC machine tools in the industry, and our commitment to research and development ensures we never stop improving. Our horizontal and vertical machining centers, horizontal and vertical turning centers and boring mills offer unbeatable value. The bells and whistles that are add-on options for other machines come standard on your Doosan. And best of all, every Doosan machine comes backed with local, reliable service and support thanks to our extensive and experienced distributor network. Hundreds of machines, incredible value and unwavering support. Doosan has everything you need to make sure your products make an impact on the world.

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