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The Star CNC ECAS-20T

The first twelve-axis [12] Swiss Style Machine of its kind with a completely independent three (3) turret-design allowing three (3) tools to be used at any time, working simultaneously in the cut. Fully independent front / back machining capability with a huge variety of tools makes complicated parts a simple task enabling them to be completed in a single operation. The Star Motion Control System provides fast rapids and a quick tool change with great accuracies, the ECAS-20T is suitable for traditionally difficult and complex parts to manufacture.

The multi-axis turret allows ultra high-speed and flexible machining of complicated components and if conditions permit, 3 tools in cut simultaneously.


Complex machining is such as turning, milling, skewed hole drilling and deep-hole drilling can be done simultaneously by opposed twin turrets, reducing the cutting time.


Complex machining is possible equally and simultaneously with the front end machining. This model may also be used for picking up eccentric components and machining the rear ends.


 

The Star SW-20

Star’s newest model designed to transform the productivity in complex working. The mechanical and control systems on the SW-20 are designed to minimize the non-cutting time to the highest level. In an effort to achieve reduced idle times, both mechanically and electrically through the latest software, allow complex components to be manufactured in the fastest possible times improving both production output & profitability. The SW-20’s opposing gang-type tool post and a tool post (with Y-axis control function) exclusively designed for back end working ensures ultra-quick and flexible machining of complicated components.

The pursuit of reduced idle times both mechanically and electrically through the latest software allow complex components to be manufactured in the fastest possible times to improve both production output & profitability.

 


 

Rofin Laser Etcher

Laser supported, high-volume ablation offers excellent opportunities for making high-precision printing, embossing, erosion, or injection tools. The great advantage over the conventional spark erosion technique consists in the fact that the laser is tool-free, and therefore extremely flexible as to geometry and material. In addition, of course, it is free of wear.

Repeated scanning of a two-dimensional outline, commonly used with deep marking and trimming, will yield to a 2½ -dimensional ablation with flat bottom and tapered walls. Walls with defined conicity and bottoms with arbitrary topography can also be realized.

Example of Laser Engraving of Metal Balls

Example of Laser Engraving of Chisels