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Because of the use of multi-axis control for each manufacturing cell, itís easy to process the similar parts by changing or adjusting clamping fixtures and tools.
Because we can finish multiple manufacturing procedures on the same machine and the workpiece is clamped just once, it can avoid the resetting error caused by repeatedly clamping steps, greatly improve the machining accuracy and conformity.
Compared with disperse procedures, the occupied floor space of this processing line is greatly reduced. It needs only one people to operate, solving the problem of lacking area and workers, reducing the manufacturing cost, improving the competitiveness of the product significantly.
Complete machining in one clamping
NC rotarytable
Advanced CNC control unit
3.Much Less Workers
A machine can auto-make product by multiple machining. Only need one worker or Robot to load and unload
4.Less Space
Combine a lot of machine to one and use much less space in the workshop
Loading and unloading with changing table during machining
Highest productivity rates
Long-term return on investment with dynamic configuration

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