Turret head

(Mach.) a vertical cylindrical revolving tool holder for bringing different tools into action successively in a machine, as in a lathe.

See also: Turret

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International Resource News-June 4, 2015--Majestic Steel USA adds new Triple Turret Head Single-Loop Slitting Line
The T-7 has a 7-station turret head that is easily turned to set the next die in place.
Operator comfort and visibility are enhanced with a spacious cab, low entry step, strobe lights under the cab and on the back of the forklift, and a low swiveling side shifting turret head.
There are also machines in which the thread-whirling attachment is installed directly on the machine's "live" tool turret head, an assemblage of different tools selected by the machine on cue from the machine controller.
There are also machines in which the thread whirling attachment is installed directly on the machine's "live" tool turret head, an assemblage of different tools selected by the machine on cue from the machine controller.
There are two independently programmed grinding spindles on the turret head so that there is the ability to rough and finish grind in a single setup.
The first TRT turret head truck, and the RT2500, were developed directly as a result of working closely with customers and understanding their current and future requirements.
The HotRail RFA features a ready-to-go, eight-position turret head.
Once the small turret head is developed, it will enable DIRCM for the CV-22.
Sofec will be responsible for the engineering, procurement and construction of the external turret including fabrication of the rigid arm supporting the turret head.
The standard machine components that are incorporated into the machine include 3-axis modules called the "Triax 4," standard Somex slide units, and standard spindles plus a standard 3- or 6- spindle turret head, which is also built by Somex.