Simplify Setup and Reduce Costs.

The Expand Machinery GENTURN-52CS Y2 CNC Turn Mill Center is a 2″ bar capacity, eight-axis Swiss mill/turn center featuring a subspindle and dual C and Y axes for the production of complex work in one handling. There is no guide bushing in this sliding-headstock machine, which simplifies setup and reduces job expenses and setup time. Ample tool stations are provided to get the work done efficiently in one operation with 33-tool positions and 13-driven tools included, according to the builder.

Why Expand Machinery GENTURN-52CS Y2 CNC Turn Mill Center ?

  • 2” Bar Capacity with 6,000 RPM Spindle
  • Full “C” Axis on Main Spindle and Sub Spindle
  • Full “Y” Axis on Main Spindle and Sub Spindle
  • 33 Total Tool Positions with 13 Live Tools
  • Simultaneous Main and Sub-Spindle Machining
  • Parts Catcher and Chip Conveyor Standard
  • 33-tool positions and 13 driven tools included
  • 22 tool stations service the front side work and an additional 13 backworking tool positions are standard
  • Features a heavy ribbed torque-tube box casting
  • Both main and counter spindle feature accurate “dead-length” gripping and feature a high performance C-axis with full contouring and 360,000 radial positions (0.01-degree resolution)
  • The GENTURN-52CS features and capabilities compare favorably with conventional twin-spindle, twin-turret lathes costing twice as much, especially when 13-driven tools are included


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