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Turnkey Milling Cells Installed For Motorcycle Component Production

Published on MTD CNC by Whitehouse Machine Tools on 06 Nov 2018

Established 20 years ago, Exeter-based motorcycle aftermarket specialist HEL Performance (www.helperformance.com) has for half of that time manufactured its brake line fittings in-house from stainless steel bar using an array of sliding-head CNC lathes, of which 14 are currently in use. The idea was to have full control not only over the design but also over the production and quality of these mainline products.

5-Axis Mill-Turn Centre Is Versatile Alternative To A Driven-Tool Lathe

Published on MTD CNC by Whitehouse Machine Tools on 08 Aug 2018

Tony Bess, director of subcontract machinists Plalite Ltd in Sittingbourne, Kent, has in the last three years invested £3 million in capital equipment. Included in the purchases were two Japanese-built Speedio M140X2 30-taper mill-turn centres from Brother, supplied by sole UK agent, Whitehouse Machine Tools. The first of the 5-axis machines was installed in mid-2017 and proved so successful that a second was added six months later.

30-taper machining centre is 40% quicker than its 40-taper predecessor

Published on MTD CNC by Whitehouse Machine Tools on 29 May 2018

At the Barnoldswick factory of bicycle aftermarket component manufacturer Hope Technology, nearly all parts are machined from aluminium. Due to the relatively light metalcutting involved, it is not surprising that nimble, 30-taper machining centres are found on the shop floor alongside more powerful but relatively ponderous machines having a 40-taper tool interface.

5-AXIS Machining Centre Halves Cycle Time

Published on MTD CNC by Whitehouse Machine Tools on 02 Mar 2018

Hailsham, East Sussex-based subcontractor, Dicker Precision, has decided to move its prismatic machining capability forward with the purchase of its first 5-axis, vertical-spindle machining centre (VMC). It is a German-built Spinner U620 Compact, supplied as a turnkey package with tooling, the initial part program and training by UK and Ireland agent, Whitehouse Machine Tools, Kenilworth.

High-Speed Machining Centres Cut Cycle Times By Up To 70 Per Cent

Published on MTD CNC by Whitehouse Machine Tools on 18 Jan 2018

Subcontractor progresses to 5-axis machining after success of first Brother S700X1

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