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    Anyone have any experience on Quick Tech CNC lathes, I have been offered a 2005 ATM 20S by a customer. I have spoken to a few people who run these machines and all have said that they would buy one again. Machine has 2 driven milling heads, 4 gang tools and 4 tail stock tools, Syntec controller and a bar feeder.

    I would appreciate any comments from anyone that has run these machines regarding reliability, accuracy, ease of use etc.

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    Default Re: Quick Tech CNC lathes

    Quote Originally Posted by ElectroTek View Post
    Anyone have any experience on Quick Tech CNC lathes, I have been offered a 2005 ATM 20S by a customer. I have spoken to a few people who run these machines and all have said that they would buy one again. Machine has 2 driven milling heads, 4 gang tools and 4 tail stock tools, Syntec controller and a bar feeder.

    I would appreciate any comments from anyone that has run these machines regarding reliability, accuracy, ease of use etc.
    I know this is late, but I run two QuickTech machines. They are great machines, but there are quirks depending on which control you're running. Let me know if you bought the machine and have questions.

    Jason



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    Do younhave the postprocessor for I-42 twin?



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    Default Re: Quick Tech CNC lathes

    Hello Jason,

    The Company I work for just received 2 Quick Tech IT-60 Robo machines and we aren't familiar with the Mitsubishi 700 Series control, or any Mitsubishi control as a matter of fact.
    I'm familiar with Okuma and Fanuc programming language. Is the Mitsubishi similar to either of these? Is there any way you would have any sample programs so I could compare
    the Mitsubishi language against the Okuma or Fanuc language. Is there even a website that could help out with this?

    Thank You,

    Bill



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