STADCO's new GANESH CYCLONE-32 is a 7-axis, 1.25" (32mm) bar diameter, sliding headstock CNC lathe without a guide bushing. This configuration facilitates faster setups, greater workpiece concentricity, and reduced part cost because it does not require expensive ground barstock. The machine features enhanced rigidity with the ability to aggressively rough out material and then finish with a second tool. The counter spindle can work simultaneously with the main spindle. These features allow for shorter cycle times, which produce additional cost savings. These savings are particularly evident in tough material and shorter workpieces with lower length-to-diameter ratios.
With dual spindles, 11 live tools and as many as 27 total tools, the CYCLONE-32 CS is designed to handle complex parts. The live tooling and full C-axis capability allow for cross milling, cross drilling, cross tapping, engraving and other complex radial machining details. The main spindle has 6.5" of Z-axis movement available. In some circumstances, longer parts and parts with diameter up to 1.375" can be accommodated.
STADCO CNC specialists can identify which technology is
best suited for your application. They are experts in
managing the complexity of CNC turning, minimizing the
quantity of material that is removed, and working with
complex geometries to assure the best-possible result.
They are also well-versed in techniques that assure
parts have the desired degree of surface roughness.
STADCO: High volumes of complex parts with individual component accuracy.