These high performance CNC teach-style lathes are available with a large spindle bore (6”, 9”, 12” or 14”) and double chuck system, and are renowned for their unmatched quality and reliability.
Swings are available from 18” up to 51” with lengths from 40” to 244”. Spindle motor range from 7.5Hp all the way up to 60Hp. They are carefully crafted with accuracy and high-performance in mind. Even a standard machine is exceptional in that the user does not need to have previous knowledge of CNC programming or G-code background. These machines are very user-friendly.
The user doesn’t need to know CNC programming or G-code.
Headstock: The headstock is manufactured from thick wall and heavily ribbed casting to provide a smooth and quiet turning machine. All gears and shafts are precisely hardened and ground for their best performance.
Large spindle bore: The main spindle is precision machined and ground from large one-piece forging allowing spindle speeds up to 3,100rpm.
Bed: The bed is made of high grade Meehanite cast iron with maximum stability to absorb cutting forces and dampen vibrations. The bedways are hardened and precision ground (HRC 55-60).
Automatic lubrication: All slide ways and drive elements are automatically lubricated. The undersides of the saddle as well as cross slide are coated with Turcite-B to ensure accuracy and long life to use.
ATC-turret: The optional automatic tool changing systems H4, V8 or V12 Turret) provide high performance and high productions with flexible and accurate tooling which is optimized to meet the most demanding job schedule.
KAAST Machine Tools, Inc., based in Ardmore, Pennsylvania is the US arm of KAAST Werkzeugmaschinen of Neumünster / Germany. We provide high-quality chip and fabrication machines to manufacturers throughout North America. KAAST Machine Tools can be reached from 8:30am to 5pm EST at +1-610-441-7317 or www.kaast-usa.com
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