Visit us at the EMO 2013 trade fair

Visit us at the EMO trade fair. Experience our “seconds ahead” lead with numerous innovations and let us inspire you for your future! Two completely newly developed series, numerous innovations for higher production efficiency as well as a new product line for entry-level CHIRON customers are reason enough to visit our stand.

For more details take a look at our show guide:  

Chiron EMO 2013 Show Guide

 

Highlights and premieres at the EMO 2013:

FZ008 MT MAGNUM: The fastest 6-sided complete machining with swivel head, turning spindle, turning revolver and opposed spindle for simultaneous milling and turning from bars

DZ08 W MAGNUM: Fast and compact twin-spindle machining centre with four axes, an HSK-A40 and a workpiece changing table for loading and unloading during machining

FZ12 with Automation: Flexible and economical solution as a compact unit consisting of FZ12 FX, central loading and unloading robot as well as magazine for raw and finished parts

TZ15 W MAGNUM: A highly productive four-spindle machining centre with the new CHIRON ToolTower

DZ 24 W: high speed A vertical double-spindle machining centre with a high cutting performance for highly productive machining of larger parts

DZ 26 W: high speed A horizontal double-spindle machining centre for high-performance machining of large and heavy work pieces

MILL 2000: High-precision machining centre with an NC swivel head and a standard rotary table basic device for individual set-ups

BIG MILL: with a swivel head, extremely powerful and universally applicable

CHIRON Service: such as RemoteApp – machinery and process data

CHIRON TURNKEY: such as ProcessLine – a virtual machine

Whether automotive, aerospace, mechanical, medical or precision engineering – the new CHIRON machining centers shorten processing times, produce excellent surfaces, compress your manufacturing process into the smallest possible space and save up to 75% of resources.

 


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