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John Hart unveils new generation Integrex

16-11-2010
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John Hart Pty Ltd, in conjunction with Yamazaki Mazak, has released the Integrex “J” series – a new generation machine from the company that made multi-tasking what it is today.

Yamazaki Mazak is credited with the development and introduction of the multi-tasking concept in the late 1980’s with the release of the Slant Turn ATC series. Soon after, the Integrex series was released.

Born of market demand and evolved out of more than 30 years of continuous development of CNC turning centres, the Integrex includes milling with Y axis capabilities and automatic tool changers.

This provides greater machining flexibility and capability than ever possible from one machine tool.

www.johnhart.com.au

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