With the C 400Z, the lathe specialists from GDW claim to be opening a new chapter in their Conturline model series. Their largest cycle lathe is said to feature a modern, elegant design and innovative technology. The ergonomic, inclined bed-type construction with linear guidance in the X- and Z-axis facilitates a very good view of the tool and ensures unimpaired access during the machine set-up. This not only saves time, it is the basis for high-precision operation and maximum positional accuracy. The developers have placed great value on perfect visibility and operating proximity. The control panel is mounted on the left, designed to swivel, and can be adjusted longitudinally. Adapted to the operating philosophy of the German manufacturers and the typical functions of their machines, the new development is claimed to usher in a pioneering operating culture for cycle-controlled precision lathes.
Cycle lathe with new operating culture
With its largest cycle lathe, GDW intends to launch a new pioneering operating culture. At the same time, the machine is also said to score points with its high precision and positioning accuracy.