Five-axis machining center

  • 04-Oct-2010 09:41 EDT
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Shoda Iron Works’ Strategia, available from SB Machine Tools, is a five-axis, bridge-type, high-speed machining center with capabilities of 60 hp (45 kW) and 17,000 rpm. The unit has a small footprint yet a spacious, easily accessible work zone, with 80-in Y axis. X and Y cutting feed rates can be programmed up to 1575 in/min (40,000 mm/min), with rapid positioning rates reaching 2362 in/min (60,000 mm/min). The motor supplies direct high-speed power to the HSK-63A tapered spindle; use of HSK tooling guarantees minimum taper run-out and maximizes axial positioning accuracy. The internal gripper enhances torque transmission; centrifugal force increases the tension force. The center comes with a tool changer and 30-tool magazine.

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