Rotary Table Speeds Production

Precise Machining & Manufacturing LLC has been machining

complex aerospace parts at its Tulsa, Okla., facility since 1974.

The company has worked on major programs for customers such as Boeing, Spirit Aerosystems and the Triumph Group. When Precise was looking for a 5-axis solution, it selected a Tsudakoma 12” (304.8mm) Model RBA-320K from Koma Precision Inc., East Windsor, Conn.

Increase productivity using Elbo Controlli's offline Tool Presetter

OKAY Industries challenge was to design a better process for measuring and inspecting their cutting tools. Most production jobs consist of small tooling between 1mm and 3mm. They found that inconsistent runout was destroying tool life and affecting part quality. They identified the need to verify tool runout, measure tools and inspect cutting edges. 

Rotary Table Handles Big Oil Field Parts

Workpieces for the oil field can take many shapes and sizes. Parts that are long, heavy, and awkward to handle for turning, milling, and then finish turning

are not uncommon. RTI Energy Systems (Spring, TX) a subsidiary of RTI International Metals, was able to expand its machining capabilities by acquiring a Tsudakoma RNCV1501 1.5-m NC rotary table from Koma Precision Inc.

Cycle Efficiency

 

Automated machining processes enable this maker of high-performance mountain bike parts to manufacture efficiently with minimal staff.

 

 

 

5-Axis Machining with Rotary Tables

Fanuc 5-axis machining offers a number of benefits; reducing setups, machining complex contours, eliminating or decreasing additional finishing work. Today, 5-axis machines are more readily available, but a new 5-axis machine tool still requires a sizable investment. Instead of purchasing a new 5-axis machine tool, resourceful manufacturers opt to upgrade an existing machining center by adding a 5th or 4th and 5th axis rotary table. 

Machining the BIG Stuff

GE Energy’s Peterborough plant manufactures synchronous high speed and low speed motors, induction (asynchronous) motors and generators. The major markets that use its motors include the oil and gas, power and energy, and mining industries. The high speed and low speed motors are produced in one machine shop on the east side of the plant, while the induction motors and generators are produced in another machine shop in the west side of the sprawling 1.5 million sq  manufacturing facility.

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