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APSX-NANO CNC Swiss Machine

  • Sep 22
    APSX-NANO CNC Swiss Machine


    APSX-NANO CNC Swiss Lathe is an affordable CNC type lathe that can machine ALUMINUM, STAINLESS STEEL, TITANIUM (Grade 5), BRONZE, BRASS, DELRIN (ACETAL), and other material with high precision. It is a complete, ready-to-run, and affordable CNC lathe that includes the embedded PC, keyboard, pendant and a mist system. A starter kit is available with multiple items included. It uses just a standard 110V wall outlet for power. It comes with the APSX CNC software installed. Get more news about Precision Swiss Lathe,you can vist our website!


    WHAT is Swiss Machining?The key to CNC Swiss turning is adding a bar feeder that spins the round bar and slides through the guide bushing in the Z-axis direction.


    As a mini CNC Swiss lathe, the APSX-NANO has a max capacity of 20 inches long bar stock at a time. These machines provide stationary support for the workpiece while the part is machined. This design enables the machine to hold tight tolerances and produce parts back to back. 5 axis Swiss-type machines have milling and drilling capabilities. It is a perfect recipe for sustainable manufacturing.


    WHEN to Use a Swiss Type LatheIt is best when parts have milled and turned features that require precision machining. Swiss CNC machining allows for many milled features (flats, hex edges, slots, left hand threading etc.) to be produced during the turning process without the need for multiple setups on additional equipment, providing greater production efficiencies with one process.


    The rotary broaching process can be performed on these machines to cut standard or custom shapes into or onto a workpiece.


    The ID centered rigid tapping or thread milling processes can be performed on the APSX-NANO CNC Swiss. You can also thread milling by using the live tools. There are multiple Swiss tooling companies that you can find a perfect tool for each application.


    When smaller, more complex parts are needed. Typically, those parts are non-standard parts and can not be sourced directly. Examples would be tamper proof bolts, special nuts, pins, custom mechanical parts, nozzle inserts, pick and place tips, antique jewelry and watch parts, gunsmith parts, custom knives, fasteners, rc car and drone parts.


    Most of the Swiss-type parts are less than 1” (25mm) in diameter, with the majority being less than ¾” (16 mm) in diameter.


    WHICH Industries?Aerospace, automotive, drones, firearms (small arms and ammunition) and electronics components with multiple applications.Medical and orthopedics: Bone screws, anterior cervical plates, fracture components, bone drills, surgical taps, orthopedic devices, surgical instruments, bone shavers and more.


    Dental: Titanium implants, dental taps and drills, abutments and locking screws, dental driver instruments, orthodontic components and more.Minimally invasive surgery: Screws, plates, housings, distal tips, cones, connecting rods, pins, grippers, surgical drivers and more.Military vehicles and aviation: Cargo handling systems, guided missile, fuel systems, cockpit instrumentation, seatbelt mechanisms, cabin pressure control, wing flap actuation, antenna control, drones and more.