Large Capacity for Number of ToolsMain turret (12 stations) has a middle indexing capability, making it possible to mount tools on the 24-positions. Moreover, with the sub turret, the maximum number of tools becomes 36. This is an extensive number of tooling capable of cutting different types of different amount of workpieces at shorter idle time.
Innovative Short Cycle TimeWith the sub spindle for overlap cutting and main and sub spindle simultaneous cutting, the cycle time is significantly reduced.
Achieving ΣLoader InstallationBy designing the Y-Axis at 30 degree, the TAKAMAZ compact type loader can be mounted. This is a new automation system innovation.
|Item||Main spindle||Sub spindle||Unit|
|Spindle bearing I.D.||φ85||φ65||mm|
|Spindle speed||Max. 5,000||min-1|
|Max.stroke||X1:150 Y:±35 Z1:330 X2:150 Z2:440||mm|
|Rapid traverse rate||X1:18 Y:12 Z1:24 X2:18 Z2:18||m/min|
|L × W||2,630 × 1,950||mm|
|Controller||TAKAMAZ & FANUC|
New added value with laser attachmentDue to the microminiaturization of holes in injector units and downsizing of turbo mechanisms in line with a drive toward increasingly higher energy efficiency in the automotive field in recent years, the number of parts comprising dissimilar materials has increased, and the advantages of machining by laser are becoming greater.
Improved cutting accuracyParts can be machined and welded on a laser integrated NC lathe with two opposing spindles without having to dismount and remount each part, which means that the parts can be welded with good coaxiality even with a comparatively rough fit tolerance. Also because this is fusion welding, dissimilar materials can be welded, and depending on the product, high quality welding with no need to remove any burrs can be achieved.
Reduced tooling costsLaser attachments can be used for piercing (forming holes). Unlike the machining with conventional drills and end mills, tool wear and damage can be eliminated, which leads to reduced tooling costs while permitting stable processing.
Support for micromachiningThe laser attachment, depending on its performance, excels at micromachining of micro-holes of around φ0.1 mm and narrow grooves, which are not possible with drills and end mills.