The Mazak Integrex j-400 provides multitasking capabilities for processing large and complex components. It performs four-axis simultaneous machining with five-axis tool-tip positioning for increased productivity, accuracy and flexibility.
The multitasking machine is equipped with a 20-tool magazine (36- and 72-tool magazines optional) to increase versatility in part production. The machine’s main turning spindle with C-axis control features a 12" chuck mounted on a 30-hp (22-kW), 3,300-rpm integral spindle that generates high levels of torque for demanding jobs, the company says.
The machine also includes a 30-hp (22-kW), 12,000-rpm milling spindle that can be indexed in 5-degree (or optional 1-degree) increments from -30 degrees to 190 degrees, making it possible to perform OD machining as well as turning, facing, grooving and threading with the same flash tool. It also eases incline machining and other conventional machining processes. Additionally, the milling spindle can be radially indexed and clamped, enabling the same tool to be used for turning in both forward and reverse directions.
The machine features a compact footprint measuring 166.93" × 106.50" (4,240 × 2,705 mm). It offers a maximum machining diameter of 19.7" (500 mm) and maximum length of 24.76" (629 mm) with minimum tool interference for large workpieces. Its long axis strokes enable face milling, end milling and drilling above and below the centerline without C-axis indexing.
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