6/22/2018

Bex8 Machining Block Spindle Handles High-Speed Operations

Originally titled 'Machining Block Spindle Handles High-Speed Operations '
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Suhner Industrial Products Corp.’s Bex8 is a smaller version of the Suhner Bex15 that features the ability to mount directly onto robotic arms for fully automated machining operations in high-speed, high-production departments.

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Suhner Industrial Products Corp.’s Bex8 is a high-speed machining block spindle capable of maintaining rigidity, precision and reliable performance at extremely high-speed operations, up to 25,000 rpm. The machining block spindle is a smaller version of the Suhner Bex15, but weighs only 33 lbs and features the ability to mount directly onto robotic arms for fully automated machining operations in high-speed, high-production departments in automotive, appliance, off-highway and other industries. 

The standard motor supplied is either 0.37 kW or 0.75 kW and the standard toolholder supplied is ER20. This machining spindle adapts to the UA15 slide unit via the integral mounting supports and spindle concentricity is better than 0.01 mm.

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