Turn 270 Pro CNC Lathe

Ideal for cutting a range of materials such as wax, plastic, acrylic, free cutting alloys, aluminum and steel.
Shown with optional universal bench and computer support extension

A compact 2 axis CNC Lathe with totally enclosed high-visibility interlocking guard, suitable for all levels of education and training. Programmable spindle speeds and feedrates make the Turn 270 PRO ideal for cutting a range of resistant materials such as wax, plastic, acrylic, free cutting alloys, aluminum and steel.

The Turn 270 Pro comes standard with:

  • VR CNC Turning Operating Software (PC not included)
  • Quick Change Toolpost and Holder.
  • Manual Self Centring 100mm 3 Jaw Chuck
  • Installation and Instruction Manuals
  • USB Connection

Optional equipment includes:

  • Comprehensive Tooling Package
  • 8 Station Programmable Turret
  • Pneumatic Chuck and Guard
  • Spray Mist Coolant
  • Tail Stock
  • Universal Machine Bench

All software necessary to control the Turn 270 PRO is included. Also included is a seat of QuickTURN 2D Design - an easy to use CAD package.

Denford

Denford is committed to providing quality, innovative and reliable technological solutions to support the education and training needs of current and future generations.

Denford products span the complete learning spectrum: from unique multimedia software and easy-to-use CAD/CAM packages for teaching the principles of design and manufacture, through to CNC Milling Machines, CNC Lathes, CNC Routers, Rapid Prototyping and Laser Cutting / Engraving machines enabling the teaching of complex engineering concepts and manufacturing techniques.

As proud founders and sponsors of several unique educational projects including: the “F1 in Schools Technology Challenge”, the “4x4 in Schools Technology Challenge” and the “GT in Schools – The Sports Car Design Challenge”, Denford aims to provide ‘total packages’ to education, incorporating the highest level of technical assistance in terms of hardware, software, training and curriculum support materials.

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