Vertical Indexing Machine

The Model 190 vertical indexing machine performs multiple operations for high-volume production simultaneously on one machine. Taking raw material to finished parts in seconds, the machine efficiently executes operations ranging from tube or bar cutoff to hole making, threading, milling and chamfering, among others. Up to 19 operations can be performed on three sides of a part simultaneously.

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The Model 190 vertical indexing machine performs multiple operations for high-volume production simultaneously on one machine. Taking raw material to finished parts in seconds, the machine efficiently executes operations ranging from tube or bar cutoff to hole making, threading, milling and chamfering, among others.

Up to 19 operations can be performed on three sides of a part simultaneously. Performing multiple operations simultaneously on one machine improves part quality and reproducibility as it increases overall throughput, the company says. By using different machining units in various configurations, the machine produces a variety of different parts with minimal changeover. The machine uses an Allen Bradley PLC and interface terminal mounted to the machine. Optional automatic tool-life cycle monitoring is available as well as a variety of other control options. Complete material-handling automation—load and unload—is available.