Five-Axis Milling/Turning Center

Stama America’s MC 726 MT is a five-axis, CNC milling/turning center designed for continuous production from barstock of multiple and different parts. The company says the machine’s fast change-over, HSK-A63 60-position tool magazine and trunnion swivel assembly make it useful for complex surgical tools, implants and other medical apparatus. In bar-feeding applications, the material stock is fed directly to the rotating/swiveling trunnion positioning device.

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Stama America’s MC 726 MT is a five-axis, CNC milling/turning center designed for continuous production from barstock of multiple and different parts. The company says the machine’s fast change-over, HSK-A63 60-position tool magazine and trunnion swivel assembly make it useful for complex surgical tools, implants and other medical apparatus.

In bar-feeding applications, the material stock is fed directly to the rotating/swiveling trunnion positioning device. Drilling, milling and turning operations are performed on both vertical and horizontal spindles. When a workpiece is finished, it is offloaded by a discharge conveyor before the next program engages, allowing virtually continuous production.

The machine features vertical spindle speeds as fast as 12,000 rpm and horizontal spindle speeds as fast as 5,000 rpm. It can accommodate bar segments as long as 800 mm with diameters ranging from 15 to 65 mm. XYZ axis travels are 500 × 380 × 360 mm. A-axis travel is 360 degrees, and B-axis travel is 180 degrees. Rapid traverse is 60 m/min. An optional external tool magazine can accommodate as many as 180 positions.