Z-axis motion is controlled by a traversable crossbeam with vertical up and down movement. The spindle is mounted on the ram (W-axis), and the ram moves up and down depending on the size of the workpiece, and is then clamped into any position. Therefore the spindle (Z-axis) movement is in the same direction as the machine crossbeam movement and precision machining quality is ensured along the whole of the Z-axis travel whether the cutting tool is close or far from the worktable. Additionally, the vertical and horizontal double-frame structure design increases rigidity, reduces vibrations, and provides machining stability.
|Distance Between Columns||mm||1540||2090||2890|
|Spindle Power (S6-40%)||kW||40|
|Spindle Torque (S6-400%)||Nm||1200|
|Milling Head? (High Torque Mechanical Transmission)||B / C Axis|
|B/C Axis Max. Rotation Torque||Nm||4500/3500|
|B/C Axis Max. Clamping Force||Nm||4500|
|B/C Rotating Angle||degree||+10 to -105o / ±185o|
|B/C Minimum Scale||+/-||0.001o / 0.001o|
|X/Y/Z Axis Rapid Feed Rate||m/min||24/24/24|
|Automatic Tool Changer||BT-50|
|Tool Magazine Capacity||pc||30|
|Max. Tool Length||mm||250|
|Max. Cutting Tool Weight (per piece)||kg||12|
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