MECA & Technology Machine’s Ability to Create Tight-Tolerance Parts Continues to Grow
The capabilities of MECA & Technology Machine have expanded with the recent additions of new equipment. The Doosan Puma 300LC and the Mori Seikie DuraVertical 5100 add to their already impressive inventory of equipment.
Doosan Puma 300XL
The Doosan Puma 300LC is a horizontal turning center. The 2-axis turning center is designed for heavy and interrupted cutting, long-term high accuracy, and superior surface finishes. This machine is used for tight-tolerance parts and machine components. It has a z-axis of 52.4” and is infinitely indexable.
MECA & Technology Machine’s second piece of new technology is the Mori Seikie DuraVertical 5100 machine center. Like the Doosan Puma, the DuraVertical 5100 is capable for continuous runs of tight-tolerance parts and machine components and is also infinitely indexable. This version comes with the Mori Seiki DDRT-260, an addition that allows the vertical machine center to work its normal high-efficiency duties, now with a fourth axis.
Mori Seikie DuraVertical 5100
These additions are a testament MECA & Technology Machine’s commitment as an innovative manufacturer and engineering provider of machine parts to printing and other industries. Their experts provide unique and custom solutions to services and repairs on all of its product lines.
MECA & Technology Machine launched in 1983 and employs over 50 people at its Green Bay, Wisconsin facility. In addition to mechanically engraved rolls, MECA produces VSOP sleeves and other types of custom printing sleeves. For more information about these products, call Mick Karchinski at (920) 336-7382.
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