Jan. 4, 2013
-- Catering to the oil, gas and aerospace industries, Kitagawa-NorthTech provides a new state-of-the-
art rotary table design displaying an extremely compact body that exhibits a 4x smaller footprint than conventional NCRT designs, with 440 pounds less weight distribution. Even with a significantly smaller body and lower weight, the TP530 upholds a mega through-hole design at 13.6 inches, matching conventional NCRT’s without exceeding table load limitations. Unlike the larger 31.6 inch rotary tables, the TP530 features a low center height of 12.2 inches and high Z-axis clearance. This also provides a comfortable fit within most machines, rather than purchasing a new machine to fit around the rotary table due to excessive size. This advanced mega through-hole model still upholds accuracy, withstands heavy cutting conditions and retains a high clamping force of 6100Nm / 4,499 ft-lb.; which is a perfect design for machining large work pieces such as oil pipes.
Kitagawa-NorthTech is determined to lead the way in Redefining Productivity™
for customers world-wide through continual advancements that significantly cut costs and increase machining possibilities.