1977
Sliding headstock type NC automatic latheE32
Years of production 1977 - 1981
The E-32, as one of the world's first "millturn" NC lathes, was a breakthrough for efficient and economical secondary processing such as cross drilling and milling. In addition to the high precision capability provided by the sliding headstock and supporting guide bush the tool station was designed to hold up to 16 tools enabling the machine to achieve previously unimagined levels of complex machining.
Sliding headstock type NC automatic lathe E32
Max. machining diameter ø32mm
Max. machining length 250mm
Number of tools 16
Max. spindle speed 4000min-1 (15-speed)
Motor 5.5kW