April 4, 2013

CNC Turning Centers

Nakamura SC-200 8″ Chuck

Turning is a process used in making cylindrical parts where a cutting tool moves in a linear fashion while a part rotates. Usually performed with a lathe, turning decreases the diameter of a part to a certain size resulting in a smooth finish. A turning center is a lathe with a computer numerical control (CNC). Some more advanced turning centers can also perform milling and drilling operations.

  • Okuma LC3000 (2)
  • Okuma LC4000 (2)
  • Nakamura SC-200 8″ Chuck
  • Nakamura SC-300 10″ Chuck (Quantity: 2)
  • Nakamura TW-10 7 Axis Lathe
  • Hitachi Seiki 30 J 12″ Chuck
  • Hitachi Seiki 20 SII 2″ Bar 8″ Chuck (Quantity: 8)
  • Hitachi Seiki 25 II 2″ 10″ Chuck
  • Hwacheon 550 12″ Chuck