“We design our tools to be as versatile as possible without sacrificing on the performance of any one task,” explains a Ganesh Machinery representative
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(PRWEB) December 22, 2012
Ganesh Machinery, a leading source of state-of-the art CNC Multi Tasking machines, Mills and Lathes, has announced the launch of its heavy duty multitasking CNC turning and milling center. The heavy duty multitasking CNC turning and milling machines are multi-axis equipment that can be used to complete a variety of jobs. With tooling flexibility, various jobs can be set at one time, including turning, milling and drilling operations, for streamlined processing.
“We design our tools to be as versatile as possible without sacrificing on the performance of any one task,” explains a Ganesh Machinery representative. “The Cyclone Series combines versatility, flexibility and ease of use in a single powerful machine.”
The 70-TTMY has a full Y-axis on the upper turret, C-axis on the main and sub spindle with 8-axis, 71 mm (2.75") bar capability and Dual 16-Station Live Tool Turrets for Driven 32-Tool Stations Powerful Mitsubishi 720L Multi Tasking CNC machines. It features full bar, shaft machining capability and 10" chuck size. The integral main spindle and integral sub-spindle both feature 60-4,000 RPM capability for fine surface finishes, as well as a C-axis so that milling and drilling operations can be completed all in one operation on the front and back side of the workpiece.
The upper tool turret features a Y-axis ±50mm ±1.968") of off center movement to allow the completion of off center works in the same chucking. The .3-second indexing of the dual 16-station live tool turrets helps keep cycle times low, and any combination of live tooling, or ID and OD static tools, can be mounted to provide 32-tool stations.
The Mitsubishi AC digital spindle motor provides ample power for roughing operations. The machine power, coupled with the rigidity of ribbed cast-iron construction, helps improve productivity, surface finish and tool life.
For more information about the new series and other products available from Ganesh Machinery, visit http://ganeshmachinery.com.
Ganesh Machinery was established in March of 1985, as a 1,200 sq. ft. family business. In just three short years, the company developed into a 4,000 sq. ft. warehouse, and the growth didn't stop there. By stressing customer service and building customer loyalty, Ganesh has today expanded into a state-of-the-art 15,000 sq. ft. facility, backed by a 40,000 sq. ft. warehouse. The company sells and services machines to over 12,000 machine shops, technical schools, manufacturers and distributors across many industries and stands behind its commitment to providing its customers with complete satisfaction through flexible financing options, high quality products and outstanding after-sale service.