SwissNano 10 review: a machine you can trust for high-volume parts

MTDCNC’s Rowan Easter-Robinson is at the TORNOS factory in Switzerland with David Dunn from Premier Machine Tools. David shares all the details about their most impressive, compact footprint machine that offers a very high output from well-utilized floor space. An upgrade from earlier versions, the SwissNano 10 offers bigger bar capacity and a longer stroke with a workpiece length of up to 100 mm. Suitable for industries like medical, aerospace, automotive and micromechanics, the machine comes with more driven tool capability to enable one-hit operations for completed parts. It offers endless configuration options for gear hobbing, thread whirling, polygon turning, and more. Able to support stationary tools and driven tools in linear and tangential, the generalist machine becomes a specialist for every part. The design and engineering of this machine allow reduced cycle times and maximized output. With space-saving swarf management, conventional FANUC controls, and the brand’s renowned thermal stability, this is one machine you won’t want to miss!

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