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What would it be worth to you to figure out EXACTLY when to use Vertical turning verses horizontal and implementing those strategies into your business?

 
 

What would it be worth to you to figure out EXACTLY when to use Vertical turning verses horizontal and implementing those strategies into your business?

How do you know when to use Vertical turning?

Most people struggle with when to use Vertical turning and what advantages it has?

We are excited to discuss this in today’s premier post minute along with introducing you to OM who has been producing vertical turning lathes since 1960.

For more than a century, vertical turning lathes (VTL) conjured up the idea of these big machines for big workpieces designed to handle chucked parts that are simply too heavy for a horizontal configuration.

The design of the inverted vertical machine creates an open work zone, which provides more possibilities for multitask machining. It also uses gravity for simple, effective chip evacuation.

With OM, we also include full box ways, 4 sided harden and ground ways, loading and unloading ease, Yes, the use of gravity for heavy pieces, but also less floor space, plus it can be automated.

O-M's large family of boring and turning machines are designed and manufacturing to satisfy turning needs. O-M Machines are used extensively to machine such large workpieces as hydraulic turbine for power plants, parts for large tankers, large pump castings and jet engines plus many more applications

Click to view a cutting demo on the O-M VTL (Click here)
 

To learn more about the advantages of vertical turning and the products from OM, please call or text me the word “vertical” and we can start discussing how vertical turning can fit into your business.

Premier Machine Tool Midwest is proud to represent the entire O-M product line in Wisconsin and UP of Michigan.

Also contact us about the stock O-M machines available to you- Sales 414-254-5150 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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