John Prosock Machine, Inc. achieves
maximum precision and dynamics in the machining
process with CNC lathe turning. We have invested
in multiple high-performance CNC lathe turning
centers that are capable of turning a variety
of finished products such as threaded shafts as
well as bored sleeves and pins. As a versatile
CNC machining company, we can custom build parts
to any size requirement to meet and exceed our
customers’ demands and expectations. We
make it our priority to cater to the unique needs
of our customers’ projects with fast turnarounds.
There are many different types of
lathes available that range from engine, to tool-room,
to turret, to CNC, and to Swiss-type automatic
screw machines. At John Prosock Machine, we utilize
CNC lathes, which are similar to semiautomatic
turret lathes, but rather relies on computer numerical
control (CNC). Both types of lathes are not limited
to a single cutting tool and instead simultaneously
perform a variety of precision machining techniques.
John Prosock Machine employs CNC lathe turning
to manufacture hundreds or even thousands of parts
consistently, efficiently, and accurately.
are just a few techniques lathe turning
centers can provide in a single process:
- Boring forms
a cylindrical ID hole in a solid material.
- Facing moves
the tool across the face, or end, of the part
that is being machined.
- Parting severs
one section of a work piece from another with
a cutoff tool.
- Threading cuts
exterior and interior threads.
John Prosock Machine’s CNC
lathe turning centers are equipped with innovative
features for simple to complex machining operations.
Our CNC machines have a sturdy foundation that
absorbs shock, dissipates heat, and resists twisting
and deformation to meet tight tolerance requirements.
Precision, fast traverse, and powerful feed thrust
is obtained through large, double-nut ball screws
that are located on each axis and supported by
both ends. Our CNC turret lathe indexes bi-directionally,
with a next-station index time of 0.12 seconds.
Additional Advantages of
John Prosock Machine’s CNC Lathe Tuning
- 6,000 rpm spindle speed
- Spindle accelerates to full
speed in 2 seconds or less
- Various chuck sizes and collet
- 12-tool indexer
Although lathe turning is considered
the most basic form of turning, it is perhaps
one of the most versatile and durable precision
machining processes on the market. When you choose
John Prosock Machine, Inc. you are assured that
our cost to performance ratio for the CNC machines
we employ will benefit your cost to performance
ratio for the end-products you sell.