The GS-600 series is the improved version of the GS-400 series with greater performance and better specifications. These series combine high torque 2-speed gear heads and large diameter servo indexing turrets with hardened ground box way machine beds and built-in tailstocks to give you heavy-duty cutting capabilities for large-diameter and long work pieces. Especially suitable for large work piece users in
the energy and aerospace industry.

Major structural components have been combined into one solid platform. The low center of gravity 45° slant bed design provides the most rigid foundation possible for the headstock, turret and tailstock.

Extra wide, hardened and precision ground box way are mated with C3 class ball screws to provide the rigidity needed for heavy-duty and interrupted turning applications.


Casting structure of GS-600L model shown


Optional 12-station Live Tooling Turret

Ø 450 mm diameter super high precision CURVIC couplings accurately position the turret disk ( ± 2
sec. of arc ) and 12,000 Kg of clamping force provides heavy duty cutting capabilities. The ER 50
( 0° ) live tooling turret is also available.

Built-in Type Tailstock

The built-in bearings quill provide greater rigidity for heavyloads. The extension and retraction of the quill is programmable
and thrust pressure adjustable.

2-speed Gear Box

The 2-speed super heavy-duty gear box is driven by a 37 Kw ( Peak ) motor; An optional oil bath German made ZF gear box with 4-speed and 4,912 N-m high torque is also available.

Front + Rear Chuck

By installing air or manual chucks on both the front and rear of the spindle, it becomes possible to machine the ends of long workpieces. This
configuration is especially useful in threading pipes.

Esteemed Customers

Sundaram Clayton, Audco India,L&T, Kirlosker Toyota, Punjab Tractors,Rico Auto, Oswal Electricals, Rockman Cycles, Aurangabad Electricals (Bajaj Group), Spaco Carburettor, Crompton Greaves

and many medium and small scale industries with a total population of more than 450 machines all over India.