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Strippit / LVD Turret Punch

Published in Galleries on 3/01/2018 by Ballscrew Guys

"WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY A GAME?"

That line from the movie Wargames makes us chuckle. Working on 1980’s vintage CNC equipment is a blast from the past. There are still many of these machines still thumping out punched sheets of steel, some 30 or more years old.

The main issue with older Strippit Turret Punches is that there is a huge variation of the type and manufacturer of the ball screws used. This lack of standardization is one of the reasons why Ballscrew Guys pricing on this equipment is slightly more than that of the Amada Turret Punches.

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WOULD YOU LIKE TO PLAY A GAME?

That line from the movie Wargames makes us chuckle. Working on 1980’s vintage CNC equipment is a blast from the past. There are still many of these machines still thumping out punched sheets of steel, some 30 or more years old.
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Strippit Ball Nut

One of the issues with Strippit turret punch ball screws are often more difficult to access in the machine. Often quite a lot of surgery is required to get access to the screw. It is not uncommon in some models where the entire screw needs to be pulled to machine to effectively service it. Once out of the machine, these screws are not difficult to rebuild.
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Combination Laser Punch Strippit LVD Machines

We have extensive experience in accurizing the combination Laser and Turret Punch systems as well.

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