Surface Double-Column Grinder Designed for Large Components

Okamoto’s ACC-32-80CHiQ surface double-column grinder is designed for high-precision grinding of large components and supports the high accuracy and efficiency needed for mold and die production applications.

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Okamoto’s ACC-32-80CHiQ surface double-column grinder is designed for high-precision grinding of large components and supports the high accuracy and efficiency needed for mold and die production applications. The double-column design and construction withstands prolonged heavy-duty grinding conditions. Double-V table way construction enables continued peak accuracy.

The grinder provides a consistently high degree of flatness across the entire workpiece surface. An exclusive “reform” mechanism automatically adjusts for cross rail slide wear without CNC compensation. A shift-plunge grinding cycle supports fast, efficient stock removal and the machine’s multi-level grinding capability enhances grinding flexibility. The standard 30-hp spindle motor and 20" diameter concave grinding wheel are designed to handle tough grinding requirements.

Standard features include a grinding wheel adaptor, hydraulic overhead wheel dresser with dress compensation, dresser stand with diamond tool, automatic oil temperature regulator, and spindle speed controller. 

The ACC-32-80CHiQ’s table size is 32" × 80" (W × L), maximum pass width is 40" and maximum distance under a standard wheel is 23.5". Table load capacity including chuck is 5,512 lbs., and larger capacity models are available.

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