VMC for Aerospace and Energy Applications

Mazak's VTC-800/30SR VMC offers versatile machining operation with a swing milling spindle, full traveling column and fixed table design. The machining center provides machining stability and is equipped with 110-degree, B-axis spindle, which is available at either 12,000 or 18,000 rpm, ensuring high-speed, high accuracy positioning over extended periods of operation, the company says.

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Mazak's VTC-800/30SR VMC offers versatile machining operation with a swing milling spindle, full traveling column and fixed table design. The machining center provides machining stability and is equipped with 110-degree, B-axis spindle, which is available at either 12,000 or 18,000 rpm, ensuring high-speed, high accuracy positioning over extended periods of operation, the company says.

The company designed the machine with a wide, fixed working table (137.8" x 32.3") to allow for increased flexibility and reduced cycle times. The table can be partitioned to allow for machining on one side, while an additional setup takes place on the other, or outfitted with an optional rotary table (C axis) to perform five-axis simultaneous machining.

The machining center also easily accommodates extremely long or heavy workpieces (max. 5,512 lbs), making it especially useful for aerospace and energy applications. It travels 118.1" x 31.5" x 28.3" in X, Y and Z axes and is equipped with a 30-tool (48-tool optional) magazine.