The Focus CNC turning-milling machine available in Canada from Heinman MachineryClick image to enlarge

The Focus CNC turning-milling machines Linear Way series from Heinman Machinery are offered in several models, including the multi-functional FNL-220LSY series multi-axis lathe designed with a 30° slant bed, rigid linear way structure and a programmable tailstock.

It's designed with a 60° compound Y axis, and a slant bed design with roller linear ways that the company say provide 30 per cent more rigidity than regular ball ways.

The Y axis travel (+/- 55 mm from the centreline) for off-centre milling is the largest range in its class, claims Focus. The series includes high torque live tooling with full C axis for the main and sub-spindle.

The machines can be equipped with Fanuc or Siemens controllers.

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