11/23/2019

Ibag Micro Spindle Converter Operates Two Spindles Simultaneously

Originally titled 'Micro Spindle Converter Operates Two Spindles Simultaneously '
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Ibag’s micro spindle converter enables space-saving and improved control of spindles, the company says.

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Ibag North America’s converter for its micro line of spindles allows two spindles to operate simultaneously from one drive at speeds from 5,000 rpm up to 100,000 rpm. This enables space-saving and improved control of spindles, the company says.

The converter uses two interfaces to accommodate varying spindle speeds to suit a range of application requirements. The front panel display shows speed, load and effort messages, while CW and CCW operation are selectable by interface. The supply voltage is 230VAC, 50/60 Hz.

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