11/1/2005

Designed For High-Volume Turning

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High-volume turned parts are the output of the ANW-4100, a twin-spindle lathe from Fuji Machine America (www.fujimachine.com; Vernon Hills, IL). Not only does it feature 3,000 rpm, 30-hp spindles and 12-position turrets, but there’s a four-axis rack-and-pinion swing-arm robot that handles parts.

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High-volume turned parts are the output of the ANW-4100, a twin-spindle lathe from Fuji Machine America (www.fujimachine.com; Vernon Hills, IL). Not only does it feature 3,000 rpm, 30-hp spindles and 12-position turrets, but there’s a four-axis rack-and-pinion swing-arm robot that handles parts. The robot is under control of the Fuji MAX SPI unit that calculates motion as the arm moves front, back, left, and right within the work area to help improve output.
 

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