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C100 and C200 – automatic bar stock machining with Fanuc 31i-B!

Automatic turning machine – for faster machining – Ideal for bar stock machining and complex workpieces.

Machine highlights – Your benefits

   -Simultaneous machining using 2 or 3 turrets

   -High acceleration (1g) and high rapid traverses (60 m/min)

   -Workpiece carrier with Y-axis available on main and counter spindles

   -2 powerful motor spindles of identical design

   -Very good vibration damping due to INDEX SingleSlide

   -Maximum parts variety through 3 turrets and 42 tools

   -Already included: the operating system iXpanel – i4.0 ready with 18.5” touch screen and INDEX C200 sl based on Siemens S840D sl

C100 has 42mm bar capacity and the C200 handles 65mm bar. Both feature simultaneous machining using three turrets and two Y axes on main and counter spindles. Fast operators for a great price!

The full featured Fanuc 31iB control means users can enjoy INDEX productivity and precision with Fanuc ease of use. Besides the C 100, INDEX is also offering the Fanuc control on the C 200, ABC, and G200.

With three 14-position tool turrets and identical main and counter spindles, the space-saving INDEX C100s are designed for fast, cost-competitive production of medium complexity parts turned parts from bar stock from 30-42mm diameter. Ideal for small to medium lot sizes, the three-turret machines deliver high performance within a small floor space and are targeted to handle fixed headstock work often run on Swiss-type machines.

Learn more from your exclusive INDEX Traub dealer for the state of Wisconsin & UP of Michigan – Premier Machine Tool Midwest – Sales 414-254-5150 / info@pmtmidwest.com

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