Selfeeder Drill Unit

Sugino Corp. ’s selfeeder drill unit, the MS7 Mechatric, delivers an increase in the depth and diameter of drilled holes in ferrous and nonferrous metals. Featuring a 3.

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Sugino Corp.’s selfeeder drill unit, the MS7 Mechatric, delivers an increase in the depth and diameter of drilled holes in ferrous and nonferrous metals. Featuring a 3.7-kW spindle motor and 7,800 N thrust, the MS7 is capable of facing, end-milling, drilling 28-mm diameter holes in steel and as much as 32-mm holes in cast iron while achieving tight tolerances. With its long 200-mm stroke and maximum cutting speed of 16.7 mm/sec, the MS7 brings heavy-duty material removal into the company’s realm of high-speed machining. Its servofeed motor with infinite control capability allows the selfeeder to perform in a range of variable feed applications including slower enter feeds, pecking in deep holes and reduced exit speeds to reduce burrs.

The drilling unit comes complete with the servomotor CNC controller, which allows programming from a programming console, touch panel or a personal PC. The MS7 is particularly effective at producing high volume work for a lower cost per hole versus expensive machine tools. Greater machine flexibility is also achieved by incorporating the company’s multi-spindle heads, which maximize productivity while cutting your net cost per hole. The compact 17” × 41” footprint fits into tight spaces on a production line, allowing a shop to generate more money per square foot.