Rotary transfers(2)

Rotary transfers for mechanical processing are among the most complex machines in the entire sector of the mechanical industry. Transfer machines are machines made up of several work stations, each of which carries out a specific machining operation on the workpiece. Normally the working stations vary according to the complexity of the machine, usually the most common traditional transfers are composed of about 6 working stations. The parts move in succession from one station to another of the machine in order to be machined, thus concentrating on a single machine several operations that are usually carried out by several machine tools. With this type of technology, the imminent advantage for companies using transfer machines is a substantial saving of time and space for their production. To this advantage is added another very important aspect that distinguishes this type of machinery from the others, the customization of the configuration of the machine according to production needs. These machines, in fact, are commissioned and built starting from a standard structure on which different work stations are installed depending on the pieces to be produced. These machines are very well suited to the mass production of small complex parts. Modern transfer machines are all equipped with sophisticated numerical controls.

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GNUTTI FMOR 15-120-130 CNC used transfer

M2003723173
Under Power
Excellent
GNUTTI
FMOR 15-120-130 CNC
2007
on request
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Used EUBAMA S6 CNC transfer

M1600051861
In production
Good
EUBAMA
S6 CNC
2002
on request
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Rotary transfers for mechanical processing are among the most complex machines in the entire sector of the mechanical industry. Transfer machines are machines made up of several work stations, each of which carries out a specific machining operation on the workpiece. Normally the working stations vary according to the complexity of the machine, usually the most common traditional transfers are composed of about 6 working stations. The parts move in succession from one station to another of the machine in order to be machined, thus concentrating on a single machine several operations that are usually carried out by several machine tools. With this type of technology, the imminent advantage for companies using transfer machines is a substantial saving of time and space for their production. To this advantage is added another very important aspect that distinguishes this type of machinery from the others, the customization of the configuration of the machine according to production needs. These machines, in fact, are commissioned and built starting from a standard structure on which different work stations are installed depending on the pieces to be produced. These machines are very well suited to the mass production of small complex parts. Modern transfer machines are all equipped with sophisticated numerical controls.