Precision Transfer Machining Solutions

The Epic rotary transfer machine uses embedded motion control (EMC), which features plug and play programmable valves that are integrated or embedded into each tool spindle unit, which is said to almost eliminate the use of conventional valves and more complex CNC control components. When a tool spindle is moved from one location on the machine to another, the only change needed is to program the unit's strokes. There's no need to reconfigure the machine's CNC when tool units are changed.

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The Epic rotary transfer machine uses embedded motion control (EMC), which features plug and play programmable valves that are integrated or embedded into each tool spindle unit, which is said to almost eliminate the use of conventional valves and more complex CNC control components. When a tool spindle is moved from one location on the machine to another, the only change needed is to program the unit's strokes. There's no need to reconfigure the machine's CNC when tool units are changed. Programming the unit can be done off-line and downloaded from a remote location or the units can be programmed at the machine.

According to the company, advantages and features of the machine include full CNC programmability; quick and easy change-over, typically 1 to 3 hours; manufacturing at small, medium and large production quantities; centralized programming; EMC technology simplifies components and wiring, reducing potential failures and troubleshooting; and integrated modem connections provide fast problem solving.

Hydromat also has the Legacy 25-12 available.