Graff-Pinkert stocks a variety of late model #Euroturn#multispindle screw machines. Euroturn screw machines also go by the name #ZPS and #Mori-Say (in Europe). We sell both 8-spindle and 6-spindle ZPS machines of varying diameters. We sell Euroturn 6-25, Euroturn 6-32, Euroturn 6-42, Euroturn 8-32, and Euroturn 8-42 multiple-spindle screw machines. Graff-Pinkert acquires Mori-Say machines from our vast network of manufacturers worldwide. Often matched with Cucchi magazine bar loaders, Euroturns are great machines for achieving tight tolerances in high volumes on complicated parts. They are rigid, versatile, and precise machines, quick to change over to new jobs.
Check out our current Euroturn offerings on our inventory page http://ow.ly/nqAB30jwz7v, or email us for pricing information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"For thousands of years, humans have made decorative and useful objects by melting metal and pouring it into molds. Now, industrial casting processes are available to produce a variety of complex parts economically in different metals.
Sometimes cast parts can be used in the form they leave the mold. Often, they need to be machined to provide sealing surfaces or threaded holes. In the machine shop, cast parts can present challenges. To machine them, it helps to know about the casting process and the physical characteristics of castings, so you can adapt your machining practices accordingly.
Want to learn how aluminum casting works? Read the whole article on the Today's Machining World page: https://bit.ly/2uYPIc9.
Looking to add a #usedmachine to your shop floor? We have a Tornos DECO 13 #CNC#SwissLathe in stock and ready for purchase. This machine was manufactured in 2000 and has a 13 mm capacity, 10 Axis, counterspindle, robobar integrated bar loader, 4 live drilling toolholders, 7 drilling toolholders, 11 tranversal toolholders, and extra collets. Toolholders position with motor (23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 33, 34, 41, 42, 43, 51, 52, 53). To learn more, visit our inventory page at https://bit.ly/2H6lo4b or email email@example.com for purchase info.
"How do you deal with change? I’m talking BIG CHANGE. Existential change in the way you do business...Many people more connected than I am think the machining world, particularly high-volume turning aimed at the automotive industry, will soon face similar existential change. This view is based on the growth of electric vehicles, which use significantly fewer machined parts than internal combustion powered vehicles. Automotive suppliers as well as companies involved in the oil and gas products and distribution industry face a long-term dwindling demand for the stuff they provide. This will also affect the metals business, from mining to melting to rolling and trucking." Owner Lloyd Graff asks if you think we'll all be driving electric cars in 10 years on Today's Maching World. Read more #WednesdayWisdom and share your insight on the TMW page: https://bit.ly/2GviVwx