Using a CNC lathe – Turn Heavy-duty slant-bed CNC lathe, model UT 400

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Particularly well-suited for serially milling smaller workpieces are machines from the return GT series with linear tool changes. Increased productivity is ensured by quick tool changes and dependable perforᴍᴀɴce. The sloped bed design ensures good chip flow. Fast loading and brief idle times are made possible by the hydraulic 3-jaw chuck with through hole, and the Siemens 828 D Basic control satisfies all control technology standards. The standard equipment is completed by a flat-top conveyor and a high-perforᴍᴀɴce coolant system.

The UT 400 is a strong multi-axis heavy-duty slant bed lathe ideal for customers that are suppliers to the energy, aerospace, and oil industries. Structural stability and rigidity are ensured by a meehanite cast-iron unibody basis with extra-heavy ribbing. The 45° slant bed’s heavy duty box ways enable the precise, slick motions necessary for multi-axis cutting.

The UT400’s spindle has an integrated gearbox with two-step gears that increases torque for precise heavy cutting, which is necessary for intricate large inductry components. The power turret on the UT-400 has a Uɴɪqᴜᴇ driving technique that outperforms the VDI design and has an extremely big connection. When turning large parts, an optional, programmable hydraulic steady rest can help to further improve stability and rigidity as well as reduce longitudinal deflection and cutting errors.

Let’s see CNC Lathe – Turning Lathe – UT 400 heavy duty slant-bed CNC lathe in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.

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