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Tornos event delivers results
Tornos event delivers results
Tornos event delivers results
Tornos event delivers results

Tornos event delivers results

Added to MTDCNC by Tornos Technologies UK Ltd on 18 October 2013

For those unable to make it to EMO in September, the Tornos Open House Event at its Coalville headquarters proved a welcome opportunity to view the new machine launches from the Swiss turned parts specialist. Jointly hosted with Matsuura and supported by technology partners such as Fanuc Automation, Delcam, Sys,  Zoller Floyd Automatic Tooling, Mecwash, Lehmann 5-axis machining, Rainford Precision, PSL Datatrack, Iscar and Tornos Finance Solutions, the response and attendance at the event was overwhelming.

The Tornos theme focused upon efficient one-hit machining and the reduction of bar waste. The Swiss manufacturer demonstrated this with the first UK showing of the new  Tornos ST26 and EvoDeco 32 sliding head turning centres. The new innovations were accompanied by other established brands from the Tornos stable such as the Gamma 20/6, Delta 38/5L, the award winning Multi-Swiss and the Almac CU 2007 machining centre.

The technology  that covered the single and multi-spindle turning disciplines as well as high precision machining centres was a major success for Tornos. The UK premiere of the Swiss ST26 7-axis turning centre was a crowd pleaser with its two independent tool platens and modular tooling arrangement. Developed by the engineers at Tornos with the remit of high performance and productivity levels with incredible ease-of-use, the Swiss manufacturer has undoubtedly ticked every box with the ST26. With 36 tool positions and up to 17 driven tools plus the ability to operate with or without a guidebush, the ST26 offers high productivity and rigidity with exceptional capability levels and all at an affordable price. All factors that didn't go unnoticed by visitors to the event.

For customers demanding a machine with the ultimate in productivity, flexibility and quality, Tornos UK gave the UK marketplace its first chance to see the new EvoDeco32. Equipped to cut with 4 tools simultaneously to maximise productivity plus a maximum of 10 linear axes for incredible versatility, the EvoDeco32 has been developed with the operator in mind. To this end, the EvoDeco32 incorporates Tornos’ TB-Deco software that is easy to program with intuitive graphic simulations for operator comfort.

Commenting upon the event, head of the Tornos UK subsidiary, Mr John McBride said: 'The attendance at the event was excellent and the collaboration of our technology partners once again enabled manufacturers to not only witness new technologies but also find solutions for the manufacture of difficult and intricate components. The new machines launched at EMO along with the new innovations launched by our technology partners, once again made this an event of significant value.'

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