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5/14/2013

Machining Center Features Double Column

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The Bragonzi 130 TC machining center features a double column with a central headstock and a tool storage chain separate from the column.

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The Bragonzi 130 TC machining center features a double column with a central headstock and a tool storage chain separate from the column. The ATC accommodates as many as 60 tools. The boring spindle diameter ranges from 130 to 150 mm (5.118" to 5.905") and spindle speeds range from 20 to 3,000 rpm. Spindle rotation is powered by a brushless, 37-kW AC motor. Pallet work surfaces measure 2,000 × 1,500 mm (79" × 59") or 2,300 × 1,600 mm (91" × 63"). Load capacity ranges from 15,000 to 20,000 kg. The machine features a toolchanger and pallet shuttle, and can also be equipped with workpiece load and unload stations, a multi-pallet system, transfer carts and other accessories.  

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