Over the centuries, multiple cultures have contributed to the turning lathe's development. But it wasn't until the 1970s that computerized numerical control (CNC) provided the lathe its digital mastery. And since, their advances in tool and work holding achieve both symmetrical and non-symmetrical geometries to the tenth of an inch!
CapabilitiesLength: to 25", approx.
Outer Diameter: 10", approx.
2.5" thru-spindle bar feed
Tolerance: +/- 0.0002"
Finish: 16µ Ra
FeaturesBoring & Reaming
Drilling & Tapping
Broaching & Knurling
Grooves & Slots
Contour & Form Turning
MaterialsSteels (all types)
Aluminum Brass & Bronze Titanium & Tungsten
Hastalloy & Inconel
ApplicationsAdaptors & Fittings
Ball Seats & Discs
Bushings & Guides
Connectors & Couplings
Glands & Housings
Sensors & Arrestors
Shafts & Sleeves
Our newest CNC turning center- with Y-axis and subspindle-equipped, provides economical production of more complex parts in fewer operations.
Profile's precision turning practices achieve a lower cost per part in a shorter lead time for nearly any small to medium sized component, whether of a short run or in larger volume.
And, we have had success with hard turning operations for hardened parts with low length-to-diameter ratios. Hard turning generally eliminates subsequent grinding operations, and works well for various steels, Inconel, and other exotics.
Contact us today to discuss your CNC turning projects!
CNC Turning Equipment List
1 Mori-Seiki DuraTurn 2050 w/ 8 inch chuck, 2 1/2 inch
bar feed capacity
1 Mori-Seiki NL-2000 w/ 8 inch chuck, 2 1/2 inch bar feed capacity, and live tooling
1 Hitachi-Seiki HiTec-Turn 23 SII w/10 inch
chuck, 2 1/2 inch spindle ID
(1) Doosan Lynx 220LSY w/ 8" chuck, 5" subspindle, Y
axis, and live tooling