FAT Haco have announced that, due to demand of their high quality machines tools, they have put into production sixteen TUR 630-710MN CNC lathes, all to be finished by the beginning of December. These models have been specially developed for oil & gas and other industries where large tubes and bars need to be fed through the head stock in order to minimise floor area. The high level of standard equipment makes the TUR MN lathe a powerful tool which will increase capacity of your workshop from the first day of operation.
FAT, part of the Belgian Haco Group, is well established in its’ production of CNC lathes and special purpose machine tools. Founded over 100 years ago and with its own foundry, comprehensive machine shop and sheet metal/paint sections, FAT produces flat-bed and slant-bed lathes, from small servo controlled teaching lathes to heavy duty 4 –shear models for parts up to 100 tons in weight.
As part of FAT Haco’s continued growth, they recently installed a long bed FTM1000 slant-bed lathe. Adapted and manufactured for an Australian customer, the machine is equipped with a high power milling head, an integrated tool magazine with auto tool changer, a large spindle bore of Ø360mm, a sub-spindle and many other features for high efficiency and productivity. Designed for a specific application, the lathe has the capacity to machine complex components up to 7500mm in length and up to Ø1000mm in diameter.
The Formula is a versatile floor borer available with many features and options for large and heavy workpieces. Options such as twin torque drives help the Formula achieve a rapid rate of 60M/min, exceptional for a machine of that size.
To see some of the machines that FAT Haco offer why not visit one of their events this year, visit www.haco.com to see more.
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