Powerful milling and turning centre at a competitive cost.
A Hyfore tooling package, to include turret tooling to the value of £5,000 and a Hardinge FlexC65 collect Chuck for the main spindle. Please click here for further details on the FlexC65.
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Samsys-Smart automatic short bar feeder.
High Loading Speed – Your advantage:
• No special requirements or restrictions on material
• Material rotates within machining area and spindle
length of lathe
• Lathe spindle speed can be maximized
• Material can be round or hexagonal
• Material length can be uniform or random
• Operating and maintaining easily
• Small footprint
• Affordable investment costs
Diameter: 5 – 65 mm
Maximum Bar length: 1200 mm
Loading capacity: 650 mm, Ø 65 mm x 10 Stk.
Axis retraction: X = 340mm
Loading Cycle: 22 Sec.
Air pressure: 5 – 7 kg / cm2
Power supply: 220/380V; 0,4A; 50/50Hz
Net weight: 250 kg
Thanks to this revolutionary filtration concept from LNS: Filtration boxes used in conjunction with a hinge belt conveyor. The Turbo MH500 is a conveyor designed to remove all chip shapes made of different material incorporating filtration to 500µ.
The hinge belt removes the chips in the same way as a normal hinge belt conveyor but the use of filter boxes ensures that all chips greater than 500µ in size cannot pass into the coolant tank. This revolutionary design ensures minimal floor space is utilized while still covering a wide range of applications and filtration needs.
The filter boxes provide particle free coolant to 500µ for the most demanding applications. This filtration extends the coolant and tooling life for cost saving operation. Each filter box is automatically cleaned whilst the conveyor is operating.
The number of filter boxes required is related to the machine flow rate, assuring coolant flow and optimal filtration.
Benefits of the Turbo MH500
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