May 26, 2011
Whether you are producing machine screws, copper fittings, or rivets and fasteners you need high precision with minimal operator assistance. A swiss-style lathe is required to achieve this when machining high-volume components. A Swiss-style lathe or Swiss screw machine is vital to meet the volume
May 18, 2011
The concept behind Nomura's Swiss-turning philosophy is simple, “A person watching a machine takes away from profit.” In most circumstances one operator can manage up to 5 Nomura Swiss-style lathes.
Many Swiss-style lathes perform most, if not all, machining on the Z axis as opposed to the
February 4, 2011
Manufacturers often cite lack of rigidity as the greatest single obstacle in successfully turning small diameter parts such as those produced on Swiss-style lathes. Invariably, marginal, or in some cases, complete lack of rigidity results in vibration issues. The vibration in turn, results in poor