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How many spindles are there in a CNC milling machine?5/15
By and large, all CNC Lathes and Milling machines are by and large single shafts. Most Milling machines are single shaft as it were. Multispindle Milling machines are uncommon and for the unique reason as it were.
Some CNC machines have a sub axle, ie, set up of tailstock, they have a shaft that can likewise slide pivotally.
...and???? Not sure what the point of your posting is Norm.
I am not trying to be confrontational, just wondering if I am missing something?
By and your large, your question, or as it were, your statement is by and large nothing but a circle, i.e. a repeat of itself, or circle again, as it were.
By and large, my response is that the pivotal slide of the reverse is not the same for all spindles, no matter the number. The tailstock is certainly only circumspect nomenclature since the pensillaration has always exceeded the total rubitraction, no matter the pivot. That is fundamental.
Ahhhh.... B Mumbelspeek, I see your point. Felicitously put.
By and large, most milling machines are made for metal. They can have live tooling that you might consider additional spindles but that is normally on a lathe. I don't have any idea what your question was???