XYZ to launch new showroom in Scotland with open day in February

XYZ Machine Tools has announced the opening of its new showroom in Livingston, Scotland.

Located at Unit 7 Nasmyth Court, Houston Industrial Estate, the facility will open its doors to existing and potential customers for the first time on 23rd February and all are invited, with no requirement to register. The doors will open at 9am and live demonstrations of a wide selection of the XYZ range will take place throughout the day up to 3pm.

Whether requirements are for prototype, low-volume, or production level machining, there will be something of interest. Machines on display range from the entry-level XYZ KMX 2000 turret mill, through the ProtoTRAK-controlled XYZ RMX bed mill and RLX lathes, including the large capacity RLX 780 ProTURN lathe. Weighing in at 8600kg, the machine features a swing over the bed of 780mm (1090mm in the gap) and a distance between centres of 3000 mm.

The spindle is powered by a 32 kW motor with the gearbox providing two speed ranges from a low of 20 revs/min through to 1300 revs/min.

All ProtoTRAK controlled machines feature the latest RX ProtoTRAK control with its touchscreen interface and innovative software solutions that make programming straightforward. Siemens-controlled machining and turning centres will be represented by the XYZ 750 LR linear rail technology machine, the XYZ 800 HD box slideway machining centres and the CT 65LTY turning centres.

An added incentive will be the offer of a £250 Ceratizit tooling voucher for every company attending, which can be spent on anything from the Ceratizit catalogue.

XYZ Machine Tools
www.xyzmachinetools.com

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