Multi-Function Mill Turns, HMCs and VMCs

Doosan Infracore America (West Caldwell NJ) will demonstrate 21 machines, nine of which are new, having never before been seen at a machine tool show.

Doosan Infracore America (West Caldwell NJ) will demonstrate 21 machines, nine of which are new, having never before been seen at a machine tool show. They will demonstrate a broad selection of turning centers, including multi-function mill turns, dual turret, and four axis turning centers, plus horizontal and vertical machining centers. In all, there will be thirteen turning centers including five that are new plus one, a vertical turning center, that will be unveiled for the first time on the opening day of the show. Highlighting the Doosan exhibit will be the new, popular-sized Puma 2100 and 2600 – a pair of high performance turning centers with wider box ways, more power along the Y axis, and the ability to produce a wider range of parts than their Doosan predecessors.

Also planned for demonstration are three horizontal machining centers and five verticals, of which three machines are new. Among the new are the VC630-5AX, a simultaneous 5-axis vertical turning center; the first of a new family of high rigidity Mynx verticals, and the 14,000-rpm HP5100 horizontal machining center coupled to a Linear Pallet System.

In addition, Doosan will display two race cars from the Joe Gibbs stable of NASCAR racers, a motorcross motorcycle built by Joe Gibbs Racing and, for a few hours, racecar driver Denny Hamlin will be available to sign autographs and answer questions from racing enthusiasts.