Air Turbine Tools
Air Turbine Tools
1225 Broken Sound Pkwy. NW
Boca Raton, FL 33487 US
Only a light hand to guide the tool is needed with powerful constant governed controlled Air Turbine Tools®. Try these unique oil free units with automatic brakes from 25,000 rpm to 90,000 rpm that keep their high torque under load. Near silent and from 6oz.
With only two moving parts (the patented turbine + bearings), the 70 low vibration tools reduce stress and injury risk and are durable.
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Edge, spot and face milling at governed constant high speed with the 1.4HP Air Turbine Motors™ 430XHD.
In Ohio, Fanuc Robots mill at 40,000 rpm to finish cast aluminium engine blocks, deburring with mobile arms cycling twin Air Turbine Motors™. Another Robot carries parts for spot milling using a static Air Turbine Unit.
Near silent, maintenance free and oil free. Easy to mount with a faceplate or compliance unit – all you need is 90PSI dry, clean, oil free air supply.
Fixtured in thousands of applications, Air Turbine Motors™ accelerate production, improve finish quality and reduce repair costs. Call for a demonstration in your application at 561-994-0500.
Retrofit Enables High Speed Machining of Carbon Fiber
With the help of an air turbine spindle from Air Turbine Tools, Flying S was able to turn a small end mill at the speeds necessary to cut a bonded carbon fiber part for a UAV.
High Speed, Air-Driven Spindle Technology in Action
This series of brief videos highlight the versatility of high speed, air-driven spindles.
Spindles Offer Faster Production
Air Turbine Tools’ spindles are designed for improved machine feed rates, higher finish quality and reduced cycle times.
CNC Machining Fuels Guitar Innovations
Could Ron Thorn produce a gorgeous electric guitar completely by hand? Sure. Would he now that he has a “metalworking” CNC machine tool? Probably not.
A Fadal VMC uses an air-driven spindle to create the logo inlay pocket into the headstock of Peavey guitars.
In this video, a hardened tool steel tire mold is milled by an air-driven high speed spindle from Air Turbine Tools.
Using an air spindle, this Fanuc robot is able to deburr castings with irregular flash.
Just a light touch is required using this device as its high speed does the cutting. Combined with low vibration and weight, this reduces the risk of stress injuries to operators.