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Coming soon: NLX 2500 | 1250 turning center

Thursday 9 January 2020

We are proud to announce that Observator Precisietechniek expands its machine park with a NLX 2500 | 1250 turning center.

The NLX 2500 | 1250 is a high-rigidity, high-precision turning center with a distance between centers of 1,250 mm. This turning center flexibly handles various workpieces with a highly rigid bed, powerful turning capability and outstanding milling performance with the matured BMT (Built-in Motor Turret).

This state-of-the-art turning center will be used to carry out extreme precision manufacturing for large components and equipment. Whether it concerns a single copy or large series.

In June, the machine will be delivered by DMG MORI.

Already curious about the possibilities? Read more about our industry and vacancies.

About Observator Precisietechniek
Observator Precisietechniek – located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands – is specialised in mechanical precision techniques. With an in-house production facility of more than 1000 m2 and a high-end machine park – equipped with CNC/NC lathes, milling centres and wire cutters – it is possible to carry out extreme precision manufacturing. For example:

  • Drilling
  • Turning
  • Milling
  • Surface grinding
  • Brazing
  • Polishing metals

In addition to materials such as stainless steel, aluminum and a variety of plastics, we have experience with highly exotic materials such as:

  • Hastelloy 22-276-B3
  • Inconel
  • Alloy 718-625-825
  • Titan Grade 2 – Grade 5
  • Nimonic

In addition, we have facilities for assembling, checking and testing complete devices. Whether it concerns a single copy or large series.

Browse our machine list, study the exceptional specifications and get surprised by the endless possibilities.

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