Heavy cutting tool

  • 09-Jul-2008 12:30 EDT
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The HMC 1250 from MAG Giddings & Lewis is a 1250-mm (49-in) horizontal machining center that brings shorter cycle times to heavy cutting while providing modular design to meet application needs. The device offers 56 to 80 kW (75 to 107 hp) spindle power, 20 to 25 kN (4496 to 5620 lb) axis thrust, and super-rigid, full-contouring hydrostatic rotary table. A 40 m/min (132 ft/min)traverse/feed rate and 15-s tool change (for up to 35 kg tools) maximize in-cut productivity. Modular design provides five spindle selections, a range of machine travels, 60-200 tool magazines, and three control choices. Work zone swing range is 2400 mm (94.5 in), work height capacity is 1750 mm (69 in), and workload is 5000 kg (11,000 lb), bringing higher precision and productivity to big-part machining needs.
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