Strong showing from Takisawa at EMO 2023

At the EMO exhibition in Hanover last month, Takisawa Japan took the opportunity to shine the spotlight on four new machines as part of its new ‘green machinery’ range. With these energy-saving solutions, customers will be able to reduce their waste and carbon emissions.

The new smart machines utilise software developed by Takisawa that monitors energy and optimises and monitors processes. These features aim to reduce carbon footprint and save on energy consumption.

The four new machines exhibited at EMO 2023 were: the TMX-4000IIST, a multi-tasking turn-mill machine with simultaneous five-axis machining capabilities; the TT-2600IIWGA, a two-spindle CNC lathe; the TM-3000Y2, a two-turret (both with Y axes) multi-tasking machine; and the TMS-2000YS, a twin-spindle CNC lathe with a single turret and Y axis.
Takisawa’s UK representative, Ward CNC, will shortly receive the TM-3000Y2 in stock.

Takisawa Taiwan, which Ward CNC also represents, also put forward four new models at EMO: the NX-2000YS, NX-2500YS, VTL-760 and LA-350YL16. The NX-2000 series is the new generation of Takisawa economic two-spindle turning centre, while the new NX-2500YS comprises an improved slant-bed structure.

Additionally, Takisawa Taiwan ushered in the new VTL-760 vertical turning centre, which has a box-shaped design with minimal thermal deformation. Also on the stand was the LA-350Y, a high-rigidity turn-mill centre featuring Takisawa’s own gearbox for heavy-duty cutting.

Ward CNC’s executive director Stephen Bodsworth says: “The ever-evolving development in machine tool technology from our partners, paralleled with the recent strategic enhancements we’ve made to our sales, after-sales, service and technical engineering teams, means we can continue to provide first-class service and coverage to our customers.”

In other news, Ward CNC has a new partnership with Gurutzpe, a Spanish company that designs and manufactures CNC multi-tasking lathes.
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