12/30/2017

Puma V8300 Heavy-Duty Vertical Turning Center Features ATC

Originally titled 'Heavy-Duty Vertical Turning Center Features ATC'
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Doosan Machine Tools’s Puma V8300 15” class vertical turning center has an automatic toolchanger (ATC), a larger workzone, increased rigidity and enhanced user convenience and is available in right- or left-hand versions.

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Doosan Machine Tools’s Puma V8300 vertical turning center has an automatic toolchanger (ATC). The 15” class vertical turning center has a larger workzone, increased rigidity and enhanced user convenience and is available in right- or left-hand versions, the company says.

The vertical turning center has a maximum turning diameter of 830 mm (32.7”), a maximum work height of 750 mm (30”) and a swing-over-saddle of 740 mm (29”). According to the company, the adoption of a standard 37-kW (50-hp) high power spindle motor and a column integral-type box guide structure ensures heavy-duty, stable, dependable turning performance.

The high-reliability, servo-driven turret maintains accuracy during long-term machining. The vertical turning center has a maximum spindle speed of 2000 rpm and maximum torque of 2592 Nm (1912 foot-pounds). It comes with an optional 12-station ATC magazine that supports Capto C6 tooling and is available for all 12 stations of the turret.

The series is designed with a slanted bed and a flushing function for unhindered chip disposal, and an expanded coolant system features a 290-liter (77-gallon) tank, the company says. It also has an operation panel that swivels and is height-adjustable and movable.

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