New Specs: Milling Machines from Starrag

19. November 2019
machining centers from Starrag

Techspex has added several updated machine specs to our database of machining centers from Starrag. The additions are from the company’s STC and LX series. 

According to the company, the STC series is designed for economic machining of structural parts, multi-blades and casings that require long cycle times. “These machining centers have excellent static and dynamic properties as well as a tried and tested rotatable head, making them the benchmark for heavy chip removal in titanium and Inconel parts for the aerospace and power generation industries,” the company says. The STC 1250 X is an example of the five- and six-axis machines in this series. 

The machines in the LX series are designed for turbine machining. The company says, “This ultra-modern machining platform is the result of decades of experience in the development of machine tools, CAM systems and special tools combined with our in-house expertise in the prototype and series production of turbine blades.” The LX 351 is an example of the five-axis machining centers in the series. 

You can see and compare among Starrag’s machines newly added machine specs by visiting its Techspex showroom, linked above. While you’re taking note, be sure to subscribe to our free email newsletter and follow us on Twitter @techspex to stay current on additions and updates to the Techspex database.

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