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VL Series from EMAG
Vertical turning machines and turning center for parts with chuck dia. 250mm Turning + Automation, the VL5i system offers great advantages:
Manufacturing Systems for Precision Metal Components!
EMAG equipment covers the entire spectrum of machining processes in the metalworking industry, offering the latest technological advances in turning, drilling, milling, grinding, gear cutting, electrochemical machining and laser welding for the automotive, oil field, power generation and earth moving equipment industries. EMAG is a trendsetter in the field of vertical turning centers, multi-spindle machining centers and multi-functional production machines, and has become an important partner in the realization of complete process streams in the manufacture of automotive transmission, engine and chassis components.
Five axes + turret with up to 12 tools + automation + optional changer OP10/OP20
The VL 2 P is a two-spindle vertical turning machine with pendulum technology for parts that have a diameter of up to 100 mm. The working spindles on the VL 2 P are mounted on the left and right of the machine body and complete the Z movement. The tool turret is located at the front and moves in the X-axis.
The main focus during the design of the VL 2 P was on reducing idle times. Non-productive times in the machine due to loading and unloading have been almost completely eliminated. The machine is ideal for workpieces with short machining times since the ratio of machining time to idle time is vital for the economy of the process.
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ECM System Designed for High-Precision Applications
Emag offers the Comfort Standard (CS) electro-chemical machining (ECM) system.
Machine Combines Hard Turning, Grinding
Emag’s VLC 250 DS combines vertical hard turning and finish grinding in one setup on a single machine.
Four-Axis Vertical Turning Center for Shaft Production
Emag’s VTC 100-4 four-axis vertical turning machine is designed for the production of shafts ranging to 400 mm in length and 63 mm in diameter.
A Preview of Houstex 2013
This slideshow provides a sneak peek at some of the technologies that will be on display at Houstex 2013.
Turning Machines for Threading Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry
Emag’s USC turning machines are designed for pipe thread applications in the oil and gas industries.
Vertical Pick-Up Turning Machine for Large Parts
Workpieces as large as 100 mm in diameter can be completely machined on Emag’s VL 2 P, a two-spindle vertical turning machine.
Grinding Center Can Accommodate Two Spindles
Emag’s VLC 100 G vertical grinding center is designed for small chucked components with a maximum diameter of 100 mm.
Video: Two-Spindle Inverted Vertical Turning
See how Emag's vertical turning center reduces "nebenzeit."
Suffering from Nebenzeit?
“Nebenzeit” is German for non-productive time.
Automatic loading and unloading is a central design principle of the vertical turret lathe.
Turning and Grinding Combined
The VSC 400 DDS vertical grinding and turning center from Emag accommodates complex parts with diameters as large as 400 mm
Vertical Pick-Up Machine Reduces Idle Time
Emag’s VL 2 P is a twin-spindle, vertical pick-up turning machine that uses pendulum technology.
ECM, PECM Offer Stress-Free Stock Removal
Emag introduces its electrochemical machining (ECM) and precision electrochemical machining (PECM) machines, already available in Europe, to the North American market.
Inverted VTLs Facilitate Single-Piece Flow
Four inverted vertical turning lathes from EMAG spurred this gear manufacturer’s move from batch-and-queue production to automated, single-piece flow.
A Look at the World’s Largest Inverted VTL
Learn about noteworthy design elements that enable this inverted vertical turret lathe to accurately and effectively machine very large components.
Key Elements of the World’s Largest Inverted VTL
A number of noteworthy design elements enable this inverted vertical turret lathe to accurately and effectively machine very large components.
Dual-Spindle Vertical Turning Center Cuts Chip-to-Chip Times
The VL2 P vertical turning center from Emag uses two spindles working in pendular mode to complete-machine workpieces as large as 100 mm in diameter in two setups.
EMAG Unveils Technology School
The Emag Technology School USA hosted its first class January 9 at machine tool builder Emag’s U.S. headquarters facility in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Vertical Turning Machine Offers Pendulum, Tailstock Options
The VT 2 vertical pickup turning machine can be equipped with pendulum technology for machining chucked components with 100-mm maximum workpiece diameters or with a tailstock for machining shaft-type components with 400-mm maximum lengths.
Road Report: Wish You Were Here, Day 3
Where in the world is Chris Koepfer, editor-in-chief of Production Machining? Today, he's learning about the latest manufacturing technology in southern Germany.
How Electro-Chemical Machining Works
Machine tool builder EMAG has produced a very nice video that explains and illustrates how the electro-chemical machining (ECM) process is able to perform simple deburring operations as well as produce precision surfaces and shapes.
Automotive Machining in Motion
A number of videos showing innovative ways to manufacture automotive components has recently been added to MMS Online. Read about the technologies here and then click to see them in action.
Vertical Turning and Grinding Centers
Emag’s vertical turning and grinding centers—VSC 250 DS, VSC 400 DS and VSC 400 DDS—are said to combine the advantages of vertical hard turning and grinding in a single machine.
Crankshaft Grinding Process Reduces Cycle Times
Emag’s VTC 315DS vertical grinder is designed for synchronous support grinding of crankshafts, which is said to combine high flexibility and high productivity. In this process, two opposing CBN wheels machine the same point on the workpiece to cancel out axial forces generated in the feeding direction.
Four-Axis Turning Machine For Oil Pipes
EMAG’s USC 11/USC 21 series offers users a machine platform for the flexible machining of tubular components. The machine concept is characterized by the design of its “rotating tube,” which allows for complete machining of the external and internal connective sections of the oil pipes and minimizes the effort required for setup, the company says. The USC four-axis turning machine is said to offer shorter cycle times and provide higher-quality components compared with a two-axis machine.
Automated Turning For Small And Large Batches
The VL-Y from Emag is fully equipped with a Y axis (50-mm travel); a chip conveyor; a machining area extraction unit; a fluid-cooling system for spindle motor and turret; and automation equipment for loading and unloading workpieces. The machine features a recirculating workpiece storage conveyor on which “carrier prisms” deliver raw parts and collect the finish-machined components from the pick-up spindle. The pick-up station is located behind the machining area, so the operator can continue removing finish-machined components and inserting new raw parts into the carrier prisms at the front.
A New Spin On Vertical Grinding
Simultaneous, dual-wheel vertical grinding offers advantages for finishing bearing surfaces and other critical features on shafts. Having two opposing grinding wheels in contact with the workpiece at the same time neutralizes axial forces and shortens cycle times.
Redefining Multi-Spindle Machining
The premise of this mega-multi-spindle machine design is to provide a dedicated spindle for every tool required to machine a part. It proves most effective for applications in which tool change takes longer than the cutting operations.
In this video, one of EMAG's VTC machines grinds a camshaft using two opposing grinding wheels. Opposing the wheels in such a way cancels axial forces on the camshaft.