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Vcenter G135 VMC Designed for Heavy-Duty Applications

IMTS Spark: The Vcenter-G135 from Fortune International is a heavy-duty vertical machining center with a 6,000-rpm, high-torque CT-50 spindle and 67" Meehanite cast base.
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Fortune International Vcenter G135

The Vcenter-G135 from Fortune International is a heavy-duty vertical machining center with a 6,000-rpm, high-torque CT-50 spindle and 67" Meehanite cast base. The machine is equipped with a FANUC 0i-MF Plus (10.4") control with Manual Guide i. Box ways on all axes are cast into the machine bed to ensure maximum table overhang, which contributes to machining accuracy. The machine’s working table measures 55" × 27.56". Rapid traverse rates range to 787 ipm in the X and Y axes and 709 ipm in the Z axis, enabling high production. 

Direct-coupled servomotors eliminate backlash. Flexible couplings eliminate any noise due to minor misalignments encountered with other transmission systems, the company says. Double anchored ballscrews improve machining accuracy by minimizing the effects of thermal growth.

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