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Los Angeles Technical Center | 5740 Warland Drive | Cypress, CA 90630 Tel: (562) 430-3800
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Mori Seiki Manufacturing [Opening in Summer of 2012] | Davis, CA
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As a result of the company’s acquisition of DIXI Machines earlier this year, Mori Seiki is pleased to offer the JIG 1200 High Precision Horizontal Machining Center. Manufactured in Le Locle, Switzerland, this machine offers manufacturers unmatched precision in demanding applications. A relatively large machine, the JIG 1200 provides axis strokes of 47.2” x 43.3” x 43.3” with a 49.2” x 39.3” table that is capable of supporting over 5,500 lbs. While positioning accuracy of 5 µm is typical for this class of machines, the JIG 1200 actually provides positioning accuracy of .99 µm. With volumetric accuracy for the tool tip of less than 15 µm anywhere within the machining area, the horizontal machining center offers higher precision than standard 3D measuring instruments. The incredibly high levels of precision maintained by the JIG 1200 require nearly perfect flatness, straightness and squareness on and between all guideways and axes. To attain this, hundreds of hours of hand scraping are required during the final assembly process. The JIG 1200 contains a high output motor and No. 50 taper high-speed spindle with a maximum spindle speed of 12,000 rpm. This combination provides for the highest levels of productivity available in the machine class. The JIG 1200 is an ideal solution for manufacturers producing small lots with high precision demands.
The full capabilities of a lathe and machining center are now available in one package Mori Seiki’s new NT Series of integrated mill turn centers fully combines a lathe with a machining center. In designing the series, Mori Seiki completely rethought the design and construction of multitasking machines to harness the turning ability of a lathe and the cutting ability of a machining center. The NT Series employs both DCG™ (Driven at the Center of Gravity) technology and the box-in-box construction of the NH Series horizontal machining centers, along with the turret with a built-in milling motor from the NL Series CNC lathes. The combination of these features is included with no compromises in terms of their performance. Machines in the NT Series contain a B-axis that uses a DD (Direct Drive) motor, eliminating backlash and making high-speed rotation possible. Indexing specifications for the axis cater to high precision machining requirements, allowing for input by units of 0.0001 degrees. To make the NT Series as efficient and productive as possible, special attention has been paid to machine speed. Maximum spindle speed is 5,000 rpm with a maximum tool spindle speed of 12,000 rpm. Additionally, the machines’ ATC (Automatic Tool Changer) features a tool-to-tool change time of just 1 sec. and a chip-to-chip time of only 3.4 sec. Special attention to thermal displacement allows machines in the NT Series to perform at the highest levels of accuracy and precision. The lower turret is located symmetrically in relation to the center of the spindle, forming a construction resistant to the effects of heat. Additionally, ball screw and motor jacket cooling have been implemented to completely eradicate inaccuracy caused by heat variations. The NT Series will make use of MAPPS III, the latest iteration of Mori Seiki’s highly successful control system. MAPPS III allows fast processing and is equipped with a collision prevention function that monitors machine movements in real time. The controls also take advantage of the ease and convenience of conversational input, providing high-speed canned cycles that lead to dramatic increases in programming speed. The NT Series will contain 9 models, with spindle, lower turret and no center support options bringing the total number of variations to 66. Varieties of the machines will be brought to market sequentially. Mori Seiki will host an Innovation Days event in early November at its Chicago Technical Center to formally introduce the new line to the North American market. Details on the event will be announced in late September.
Mori Seiki has announced the inclusion of a 20-station tool turret on two new models in its NL Series of CNC lathes. Available on the NL1500 and NL2000 machines, the 20-station turret allows the machining of more complex parts on the NL Series. Since the new 20-station turret can hold up to 20 tools, it is perfectly suited for jobs with a high number of processes that made them impossible to complete with just 12 tools. By using the high-rigidity, compact tooling system found in Mori Seiki’s NT Series and NZ Series, the company has increased the machining ability and versatility of the NL Series to match those of machining centers. Like all machines in the series, the new models of the NL1500 and NL2000 feature a milling motor inside the turret directly coupled to the milling tool. This patent-pending design drastically reduces the transmission losses and inherent vibration associated with competing designs, which use a series of gears and belts to provide a milling feature. When compared to conventional models, the direct-coupled milling motor reduces tool spindle acceleration time by 2/3 and diminishes vibration and noise by 1/2. To further reduce vibration while cutting, machines in the NL Series employ a rigid triangle structure in the bed, spindle and tailstock. The box way construction further reduces vibration and increases rigidity, resulting in greater cutting depth and feed rates, and reducing cycle times by up to 50%. The machines feature a digital tailstock in which a servo drive provides all movement. This allows position and thrust to be controlled from the operation screen rather than manually setting them. Additionally, by adjusting the tailstock from within the part program, setup time can be reduced by up to 50%. The NL1500 and NL2000 further increase accuracy by minimizing the effects of heat on machining operations. Specially placed coverings isolate heat radiating from the oil controller and hydraulic unit, redirecting heat to the outside of the machine. Heat transfer devices also control the heat emanating from the headstock and servomotors. The design of the turret with a direct-coupled milling motor also reduces heat generation to 1/15 of the conventional model.
The NMV5000 DCG™ combines the best of Mori Seiki’s unique innovations to provide an unparalleled 5-axis vertical machining center. The machine answers the growing demand that has come from the parts and die and mold industries as a result of the need for high added value and increasing complexity of part geometries. The NMV5000 DCG achieves superb accuracy by increasing machine rigidity with DCG technology and a Box-in-Box Construction. DCG minimizes vibration by pushing moving structural parts along their simulated centers of gravity. As a result, machining accuracy is improved, machining time is reduced and tool life is extended. Furthermore, the machine’s box-in-box construction achieves a structure with zero overhang, so that guideways and drives are well balanced, allowing stable feeds even at high speeds. To further improve the machine’s precision, the NMV5000 DCG implements DD (Direct Drive) motors on the B and C axes. By transmitting power directly, with no gears, backlash is eliminated. Additionally, with no parts to wear out, there is less maintenance and longer machine life. Turning is also possible, with a C-axis rapid traverse rate of 120 min-1 as standard and 500 min-1 and 1,200 min-1 available as options. Throughout the NMV5000 DCG’s design, Mori Seiki paid special attention to the machine’s ease of operation. To minimize setup times, access to the table was maximized. The door opening is 36.2” wide, with a distance of just 19.7” between the center of the table and the front of the machine. MAPPS III, the latest iteration of Mori Seiki’s standard setting control, maximizes the NMV5000 DCG’s user-friendliness. This new control offers improved hardware specifications, improved operability and shorter programming times. While the setup for 5-axis machines is often thought to be difficult, MAPPS III makes it a smooth and simple process through a real-time interference check function and high-speed canned cycles.
Mori Seiki has introduced the NZ2000 T3Y3, the world’s first multi-axis machine manufactured with three turrets with built-in milling motors™ and a Y-axis function. Built for high-efficiency, mass production machining, the NZ Series is an ideal solution for machining bar material, shafts, flanges and precision equipment. The series also provides users with synchronized machining, and dramatically reduced machining time. Specifically, the NZ machine with the 2-turret, 2-spindle specifications can reduce machining time by approximately 30% when compared to other conventional machines. The machine’s second turret features a unique, high-rigidity ram structure, which ensures higher chip disposal ability. Additionally, a 3D interference checking function that runs on the MAPPS III next generation operating system is incorporated into the NZ Series design, enabling operators to monitor the complex movements of the turrets in real time. Other models in the series include the NZ1500, featuring a 6-inch chuck, and the NZ2000 with an 8-inch chuck. Customers have the option of selecting from two turrets without a Y-axis function to three turrets with the Y-axis function, resulting in ten different variations of the machine. Furthermore, a maximum of 48 tools can be installed, enabling minimal setup changes and hours of unmanned operation.
Single Machine Performs Additive, Subtractive Processes
DMG MORI will exhibit its Lasertec 65 3D hybrid manufacturing machine, combining additive 3D printing in metals and subtractive processes into one machine to produce complete workpieces from powder.
DMG Mori Innovation Days is 'Sneak Peak' to Company's Latest Technology
DMG Mori’s Innovation Days 2014 from May 6-9, in Chicago, Ill., will feature machining demonstrations, seminars and one-on-one application consultations aimed to help manufacturers remain productive and competitive.
CAM Software Enables Machining Complex Parts Faster, in More Ways
When Advance Manufacturing Technology (Salt Lake City, Utah) acquired a multitasking machine in 2012, it licensed GibbsCAM MTM (multitask machining) software from Gibbs and Associates Inc. to enable programming the new machine.
DMG MORI Exclusive Partner of Porsche Team at Motor Show
On March 4, Porsche introduced its new motorsports partner at the Geneva International Motor Show.
DMG Mori Seiki Premieres Eight Machines at Open House
Last week, DMG Mori Seiki opened the doors for visitors to its Deckel Maho factory in Pfronten, Germany. The company anticipated more than 6,000 people would attend the Open House.
Visiting the DMG Mori Seiki Open House in Pfronten, Germany
February 18 - 22, 2014, DMG Mori Seiki opened the doors for visitors to its Deckel Maho factory in Pfronten, Germany. The company anticipated more than 6,000 people would attend the Open House.
Traveling-Column Milling Center Designed for Aerospace
DMG Mori Seiki’s DMF 600 linear traveling-column machining center offers X-, Y- and Z-axis travels measuring 6,000 × 1,100 × 900 mm.
DMG MORI USA Opens Sales for New Direct Operations
DMG MORI USA customers affiliated with Maruka will now have direct access to DMG MORI USA for service, sales, parts and customer service support.
DMG MORI Manufacturing Days Event Draws High Number of Attendees
The 4-day, November 12-15, event brought more than 1,300 visitors through the company’s U.S. manufacturing facility and the adjacent Digital Technology Laboratory (DTL) in Davis, Calif.
Turning Machine Offers Three Turrets
The Sprint 65 automatic turning machine from DMG MORI is equipped with direct-drive technology and three turrets, including a bottom turret with a B axis.
Machine Tool Designs Add Attractiveness
This slide show illustrates some of the new machines that were on display at EMO 2013.
New Chief Learning Officer Oversees Continued Growth and Development
Doug Pierce to oversee continued growth and development of DMG/Mori Seiki University.
Doors Open at U.S. Factory for Manufacturing Days Event
Registration is now open for DMG/Mori Seiki's first Manufacturing Days event.
High Productivity Through Remote Machine Monitoring
As of June 1, all new DMG/Mori Seiki machines equipped with MAPPS control come installed with an MTConnect Standard V1.1 compliant MTConnect adapter.
DMG/Mori Seiki Hosts Sustainability in Manufacturing Summit at U.S. Headquarters
DMG/Mori Seiki USA served as the host for the annual Sustainable Manufacturing Partnership (SMP) meeting held earlier this summer.
Seco Inks Sponsorship Deal with Andretti Autosport
Metalcutting solutions provider Seco Tools recently signed on as a technical and supplier sponsor of the Izod IndyCar Series championship racing team Andretti Autosport.
Mori-APT Post Processor Offers Post Templates to Output NC Code
DMG/Mori Seiki offers Mori-APT toolpath-based post processor, which is part of a suite of applications called Manufacturing Suite.
Consolidating CAM Software Cuts Programming Time
At Trillium Machine Inc., there’s no room for thinking within the comfy confines of “the box,” working in the “comfort zone,” or refusing to try the untried.
GILDEMEISTER AGM agrees name change
The 111th annual general meeting of GILDEMEISTER Aktiengesellschaft has voted by a large majority for a change in the company's name from GILDEMEISTER to DMG MORI SEIKI AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT and has thereby taken a further step in deepening the successful cooperation.