Production Machining

JAN 2018

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

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SUPPLIER SHOWCASE Manufacturers need real solutions from knowledgeable, stable and reliable suppliers to remain competitive in today's tough global environment. For more than 30 years, Absolute Machine Tools has been providing advanced metalworking solutions and comprehensive services, helping manufacturers improve their processes to run more efficiently and profitably. We have a passion for providing solutions and continuing to rejuvenate America's manufacturing base. Absolute Machine Tools (HQ) 7420 Industrial Parkway Lorain, OH 44053 Technical Centers also located in Chicago, Detroit and Cincinnati Phone: 800-852-7825 email: :: A M E M B E R O F PRODUCTS / SERVICES 52 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JANUARY 2018 Precision Parts Turning - LICO CNC Screw Machines LICO's LNTS multi-slide CNC screw machines are rigid and capable of form tool use with each slide having a full two-axis servo-controlled travel. Three or four multi-axis slides and eight-position turret, can overlap as much as five tools in the cut simultaneously. A turret-mounted pickoff counterspindle is standard and the base machine comes with a gang platform supporting three backworking tools. The LNTS offers an optional, eight-position static backworking turret. Each main turret position accepts VDI-30 live tooling with four live toolholders being standard. Spindle sizes range from 36 mm to 65 mm. A three-turret model is available for extensive backworking and another model equipped with a Y-axis gang tooled cross slide for both static and live tools. Maximize Output, Minimize Investment – Quicktech Mill-Turn Center Starting at just $209,900, the S-32 ATM features nine total axes, two turning spindles, a B-axis milling spindle with a 24-tool auto toolchanger, and six fixed subspindle turning tools for a total capacity of 30 tools for simultaneous turning and milling operations. Both main and subspindle feature 6,000 rpm, 5-hp high-torque integral motors, 42-mm collet chucks or 5" three-jaw hydraulic chucks, and 30-mm barstock capacity. The spindles feature a continuous C axis with a braking system and are fully synchronized for fast part transfer. The B-axis milling spindle is locked in position and services both turning main and subspindles with a working range of 190 degrees (± 95 degrees from vertical). At 3,750 mm × 2,175 mm × 2,025mm, it minimizes floor space while maximizing output.

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