Ganesh Cyclone CS32 Advances Small Parts Machining
Ganesh Cyclone CS32 machine advances small parts machining without traditional utilization of bushings.
(PRWEB) May 29, 2013
Ganesh Machinery, the popular machine tool industry leaders, offers their Ganesh Cyclone CS32 machine for small-parts machining without the utilization of guide bushings typical of traditional Swiss type lathes. This advanced Ganesh CNC lathe machine uses sliding headstock, which feeds the part out to length from the bar. The headstock then slides back and forth, thereby providing the Z1 axis.
Traditional Swiss machines with guide bushing are still necessary for long and slender parts, typical in many medical and automotive applications. The guide bushing along the entire machining length supplies the support necessary for these part types. However, these parts only account for about 33% of all small complex parts machining performed on CNC automatic lathes today, thus opening up the field for innovative alternatives.
Most parts today can support themselves and be machined without a guide bushing. Ganesh has responded by taking the popular Swiss designed machine with small compact work envelope, gang tools, and more for making parts 1 3/8″ [37.5 mm] and smaller, without a guide bushing. As such, their new machines no longer require ground barstock or long wasted bar remnants.
The Cyclone 32CS is a 7-axis machine with 27-tools and 11-live tools, sub spindle with full “Y” axis, that combines turning-milling front and back side work for complete machining. It features a 1 3/8″ bar capacity, full parts catcher with conveyor, rugged 7,800lbs machine weight, double-anchored ball screws and more.
Ganesh Machinery is dedicated to providing high quality products, such as their state-of-the-art multi-axis machines, manual lathe, 3-5 Axis VMC or 5 Axis Machining Centers, CNC turning and milling machines for machine shops throughout the world. As leaders in the machine tool industry, they also offer unmatched after-sale service and flexible financing options. As the needs of their industry change, Ganesh is committed to remaining on the cutting-edge and supplying the most advanced and efficient machines on the market.
About Ganesh Machinery:
Founded in March of 1985 with only a 1,200 sq. ft. facility, Ganesh Machinery has since grown into an industry powerhouse with a 15,000 sq. ft. facility, supported by a 40,000 sq. ft. warehouse. They are dedicated to excellent customer service with an emphasis on building and maintaining customer loyalty. They have sold and serviced machines to over 12,000 machine shops, technical schools, and more. They have a 4,000 sq. ft. showroom, fully stocked parts room, and an in-house training center. For more information, visit http://www.ganeshmachinery.com/ or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Pinterest.
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