5/1/2009

5-Axis VMCs with Robust Trunnion Table

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The boxway 5X-250 VMC from Ganesh Machinery is suited for machine complex, multi-surfaced parts out of difficult-to-machine materials. The small, five-axis VMC weighs more than 2 tons and features heavily ribbed boxway construction to dampen cutting vibration.

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The boxway 5X-250 VMC from Ganesh Machinery is suited for machine complex, multi-surfaced parts out of difficult-to-machine materials. The small, five-axis VMC weighs more than 2 tons and features heavily ribbed boxway construction to dampen cutting vibration. This feature works together with the robust Tsudakoma rotary CNC trunnion table, designed to provide quality surface finish and improved tool life, the company says. With pre-tensioned double-anchored ballscrews and 40-block look-ahead in the Fanuc control, the 5X-250 is designed to generate precise programmed feature definition. Spindle speeds ranging to 12,000 rpm are supplied by the 25-hp spindle motor. XYZ travel is 28", 18" and 20".

 

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