New Machine Models for the Medical Manufacturing Industry via Manufacturing News Magazine
May 8, 2020
Tsugami/Rem Sales, the exclusive North American importer of Precision Tsugami machine tools, has announced the release of three enhanced machine models for the North American medical manufacturing market.
The Tsugami S205-II is a 20 mm 5-axis opposed gang tool Swiss-type CNC lathe. This machine is suitable for variable volume production and offers a wide range of capabilities. Its modular tooling layout can feature up to 16 different live tools, delivering increased capability and rapid changeover times. Highlights include a three-toggle clamping system and thermal displacement compensation as standard.
The Tsugami S206-II is a 20 mm, 6-axis opposed gang tool CNC lathe suitable for variable volume production and featuring a wide range of capabilities. The S206-II’s modular tooling layout can feature up to 24 different live tools, delivering advanced capability and rapid changeover times. The S206-II CNC lathe features a Y-axis tool post that allows users to machine complex parts using the main and back spindle simultaneously. “Experience the flexibility of 6-axis control and the precision and accuracy of Swiss turning with a three-toggle clamping system and thermal displacement compensation included as standard,” said a company spokesperson.
The Tsugami TMA8F multitasking turning center is a 7-axis turn/mill equipped with a 60 tool CAPTO C4 magazine and the ability to perform full 5-axis simultaneous machining of complex parts complete, all within a compact, flexible machine tool. Users can take the most complex part and perform a full range of operations-including CNC milling, drilling, tapping, compound angle work, turning, boring and threading-in a single set-up. Highlights include glass scales on XYZ, standard touch probe, included parts catcher and C-axis capability. The 8″ chuck allows machining of large diameter parts while a quick change collet system can be adapted for up to 2.5″ bar work through the spindle.
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