CNC Swiss Turning Precision
CNC Swiss Turning delivers “Computer Numeric Controlled” precision. CNC Swiss Machining incorporates multi-axis high-precision movement to achieve the tightest tolerances possible. Unlike Cam Swiss and Escomatic Swiss turning that administers cutting rotations sequentially, CNC Swiss allows a part to receive multiple cutting operations simultaneously.
Palladin’s advanced CNC Swiss Machinery and master machinists bring the ability to achieve tolerances as tight as .0004 inches in shorter production cycle times and with an extremely high level of consistency throughout the cycle.
Thread Whirling at Palladin allows complex machining of otherwise difficult-to-machine materials. This Thread-Whirling process involves attaching special spindle heads to CNC Swiss machines.
Thread Whirling Delivers Turning Precision and Efficiency
Thread Whirling incorporate simultaneous rotation of material and multiple cutting heads that are set at variable angles and rotation patterns. The combined action of stock rotation, cutter rotation, and variable cutting tool angles can produce very complex thread pitch parts in a single pass.
The multiple cutting tool approach also delivers extremely accurate geometry with exceptional surface finish— making Thread Whirling a popular choice for aerospace, and for medical devices such as bone screws.
CNC Swiss Equipment List
|2||.394"||5 Axis CNC Swiss Turning/Milling|
|1||.787"||5 Axis CNC Swiss Turning/Milling|
|1||.787"||20mm HP 7 Axis CNC Swiss Turning w/Iemca Bar Feeder|
|1||.787"||XD20mm 7 Axis CNC Swiss Turning w/Iemca Bar Feeder|
|2||.787"||XD20mm 7 Axis CNC Swiss Turning with High Pressure System|
|1||.787"||20mm CNC 7 Axis Swiss Turning w/Iemca Bar Feeder|
|1||.990"||26 mm 7 Axis Swiss Turning/Milling w/Sub SP|
CNC Milling Equipment List
|3||8.00"||CNC TC-211 Tapping Center with/ Hass Indexer|
|2||8.00"||CNC TC-S2C Tapping Center with Yukiwa Seiko Rotary Table|
|8||CNC Secondary Operational Gang Lathe|
Palladin was able to come through with a solution for our hard to create part—and even built a working prototype so we could test and prove concept prior to production.Bob Smith
Palladin Swiss-Style Machining
57 Bristol Street
Waterbury, CT 06708