Komo introduces spindle programming feature


Komo Machine, celebrating its 50th anniversary, presented its new Independent Programmable Technology, available with the company’s Fusion or Mach III CNC series.

“IPT delivers complete flexibility via fully programmable center spacing as well as individual spindle feed, speed and axis control,” the company said in a statement.

“The spindles can be programmed to operate with complete flexibility. They can be slaved together to cut multiple parts, or they can be split up to cut dissimilar parts on separate tables simultaneously. This gives you the option to run multiple short cycles on one table while running a long cycle on the other.”

For more, visit www.komo.com.

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