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Maruben Citizen Cincom LogoCitizen CNC Swiss-Type Turning Centers

Citizen is best known as the manufacturer of high-precision timepieces, including the smallest watch, the thinnest watch, and the most accurate watch available today. Its expertise, however, extends far beyond just simply watch manufacture. The need for extraordinarily precise watch components led also to the development of advanced production equipment. Among these are the highly precise, highly versatile Swiss-type turning centers known in the trade as CINCOM (CItizen Numerically COntrolled Machines).  more.....


A-Series

K16E

A20VII

A32VII

Citizen Machine Model K16E

A20VII

A32VII

K16E

These cost efficient turning centers offer unrivaled productivity and price performance. Provides complex machining performance at never before seen speeds.

L-Series

M-Series

L20VII

M20V/M32VII/M32VIII

L20X

M20V/M32VII/M32VIII

The capability and flexibility of the L-Series make this machine our best selling model. With these most advanced Citizen models, the only limitation to what you can produce is your mind.

R07VI

R07VI

R07VI

High speed and high precision machining of tiny complex parts.

Since its inception, Marubeni Citizen-Cincom has successfully made CINCOM machines the most widely accepted Swiss-type turning centers in the world. These machines are used extensively to manufacture an array of products, including medical instruments, electronics, fiber optics, automobiles, business machines, aerospace, defense, firearms, tools, valves, fasteners, and many others.
 
With the implementation of sliding headstock technology, coupled with a guide bushing to provide an additional point of material support, the Citizen Swiss-type turning center is able eliminate the material vibration and harmonics to provide the most precise machining within the industry.  Because of this enhanced material support, the CINCOM is ideally suited to manufacture your parts with 3:1 length-to-diameter ratios, as well as complex (or even simple!) parts requiring multiple operations.