MAXXTURN 65 G2 For Dynamic Machining

Sept. 21, 2021
MAXXTURN 65 G2 from EMCO Corporation is the basis for a robust and precise lathe.

The MAXXTURN 65 G2 has been completely redesigned. With its modular design and different versions, the machine offers a wide range of options for specific requirements. The high drive power of the main and counter spindles, combined with optimum torque characteristics, ensures economic efficiency in the machining of steel as well as in the high-speed machining of aluminum. 12 driven tools and a Y-axis ensure perfect results in complex milling and drilling operations. With numerous automation solutions, it enables low-manpower production in operation.


The core of the machine is the 40° inclined bed. Designed as an extremely rigid and compact welded steel construction, it is the basis for a robust and precise lathe. The integration of the chip conveyor ensures compact dimensions. Spindle motors are used on the main and counter spindles, which ensures a speed range of up to 5000 rpm. A symmetrically designed headstock, together with temperature sensors at the bearing points and liquid cooling, ensure high thermal stability.


The C-axis is part of the basic machine equipment and allows the positioning of the spindle within a resolution of 0.001°. Due to the directly flanged encoder, the C-axis is ideally suited for contour-precise milling. The Y-axis is also integrated in the basic machine structure and set at 90° to the X-axis. Short projection lengths form the basis for solid turning and drilling operations as well as contour-free milling operations.


The customer can choose between the SINUMERIK ONE or the FANUC 31i-B control system. 22 in. (55.88 cm) multi-touch screens improve the view of individual control functions.

  • Powerful driven tools
  • Y-axis for complex milling operations
  • Counter spindle for complete machining
  • Flexible automatic tailstock
  • Steady rest for supporting shafts
  • Very compact machine layout
  • State-of-the-art control technology Sinumerik ONE or Fanuc 31iB