Large rotary tables

  • 19-May-2010 03:33 EDT

Lyndex-Nikken’s super-large, heavy-duty rotary tables include five models ranging from the CNC802 with 800-mm faceplate capacity to the CNC2000 with 2000-mm faceplate capacity. The units are built for rigidity, integrating fine casting materials with a ground carbide worm-screw mechanism that provides a balanced environment. A large, dual-face contact bearing support damps aggressive machining vibrations and distributes extreme loads evenly, thus allowing the tables to sustain loads equivalent to 22 motor vehicles (66,139 lb). Indexing accuracy is 15 arc seconds; rpm ranges from 2.7 to 5.5; and setup and fixturing times are reduced by 90%.

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