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12/3/2004

Three-Axis CNC Modules

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Self-Units are marketed to machine builders and integrators, who engineer and fabricate stand-alone equipment, in-line and rotary transfer lines.

These three-axis CNC modules are available in seven models, with a horizontal or vertical six- or eight-tool turret-type holder, or including an ATC with a seven-tool or a nine- tool capacity. A 15-tool ATC is also available in a vertical configuration.

The modules come equipped with either a Yasnac or Fanuc 32-bit control that are capable of storing 63 to 300 programs; but, they can also be ordered without servomotors and controls, which gives machine tool builders the option to incorporate their own components.

The six- and eight-tool turret-type units have a 3 hp spindle motor, while the seven- and nine-tool units feature a 2 hp spindle motor. Maximum standard spindle speeds range from 6,000 rpm to 17,000 rpm. An optional, high-speed spindle is capable of 20,000 rpm.

 

 

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