APEX MACHINING SERVICES LTD POINTS TO TAKISAWA TAIWAN LATHE FOR TURNING SUCCESS
Andy Casey’s strategy to improve production routines at Apex Machining Services and expand the company’s customer base has received a major fillip with the installation of a Takisawa Taiwan NEX-108 two-axis lathe, which was immediately put to good use in the production of a range of spindles and pins for the medical devices sector.
HARTFORD 5BC-X300 – FIVE AXIS MACHINING CENTRE – HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLUTIONS FOR AEROSPACE COMPONENTS
The heart of any machine is often the spindle and head arrangement and the swivel type fork head with +/-240 degrees of C axis swivel and +/-100 degrees of B axis movement which is used on this machine is indeed the heart of the new 5BC-X300 from Hartford.
SORALUCE TO SUPPORT THE EVOLUTION OF THE ENERGY SECTOR IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NUCLEAR AMRC
A long term agreement brings SORALUCE into partnership with the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Center (Nuclear AMRC) to push forward the development of manufacturing processes for civil nuclear and other innovative energy sectors.
WARD CNC MACHINES GIVE ALPHA A LOT MORE PUNCH ON BOTH SHAFT-TYPE AND PRISMATIC WORKPIECES
The success of a Hyundai Wia E200C slant bed two-axis lathe in reducing the machining times of punches and dies, as well as the resulting improvements in product quality, have not only enabled Alpha Punch & Machinery to expand its order book but have also spurred the company to install a new Hartford PRO - 1000 vertical machining centre – which is now producing similar productivity and quality benefits in the machining of both contoured and prismatic punch tools.
MODIFIED TAKISAWA JAPAN TURNING CENTRE HANDLES BAR AND BILLET WORK FOR HARRIS RCS
Graham Harris’ quest to replace an ageing bar-fed lathe with a like-for-like replacement took a new twist when he saw a gantry-loaded Takisawa Japan turning centre being demonstrated by T W Ward CNC Machinery (Ward CNC).