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The INTEGREX j-300 multi-tasking machine from Mazak provides manufacturers the ability to boost accuracy and productivity through both turning and milling part processing versatility. The machine increases spindle utilization with its standard 20-tool magazine (optional 36- or 72-tool magazine), thereby increasing versatility in part production, and the company states.
The machineʼs main turning spindle with C-axis control and 10” chuck capability delivers 25 hp, 4,000-rpm for handling even the most demanding metal removal applications The INTEGREX j-300 also features a powerful 30 hp, 12,000-rpm milling spindle that allows for four-axis simultaneous machining plus five-axis tool tip positioning indexed in 5º (or optional 1º) increments from –30º to 190º (B-axis control). This capability makes it possible to perform O.D. machining, as well as turning, facing, grooving and threading with the same flash tool. It also increases the efficiency of incline machining as well as all other conventional machining processes. Because of its ample Y-axis stroke of 9.84”, the INTEGREX j-300 has a larger machining envelope and extended tool reach with minimum interference, and chip evacuation is much more efficient as compared with conventional turn/mill slant bed lathes, according to the company.

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