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METALCUTTING: MACHINING CENTERS AND CELLS


axis configuration is well-suited for such complex shapes as turbine blades. Included A-frame support allows running parts in a tombstone setup, like on an HMC, by loading up multiple sides of a tombstone to gain more parts per cycle. Haas Automation Inc. Ph: 805-278-1800 Web site: www.haascnc.com


High-Performance Machining, Automation Kao Ming double-column multiface KMC 421SR-H features four guideways, high-rigidity structure and double boxway construction to ensure performance and reliability suitable for both high-speed and heavy-duty cutting of extra large parts. New Quaser HX400 horizontal CNC machining center features advanced engineering design combined with 35-hp (26-kW), 15,000-rpm spindle, and 60-tool ATC system. One FMC system from Quaser for lights-out automation features high-speed HX-504 HMC with eight-pallet shuttle-type FMC system. The 40-hp (30-kW) spindle and 2360 ipm (60 m/


min) feed rate offers notable cutting capability and efficiency. A second FMC system features a versatile MF-500U five-axis machining center with 28 pallets FMC system from Quaser that is ideal for machining complicated medical and aero- space parts. YMT Inc.


Ph: 714-879-1556 Web site: www.ymtcnc.com


High MRR Five-Axis HMC Toyoda’s FA1050 five-axis HMC delivers the highest removal rate in its class along with the lowest required maintenance for longer tool and machine life. Capabilities include all boring, end milling, finish cutting, threading, U- axis machining while maintaining accuracy. FA1050 five-axis machine begins with a solid cast iron base combined with full-plate clamping mechanism with up to 26,000 lb (11,793 kg) of table clamp force. Spindle support from four heavy- duty bearings include double-row cylindrical roller bear- ings and dual angular contact thrust bearings to eliminate vibration. The boxway ma- chine acceler- ates rapidly and performs con- sistently with its


60-hp (45-kW) spindle drive motor at 6000 rpm of geared head cutting. The FA1050 Five-Axis’ solid structure delivers versatile and accurate machining on difficult materials such as Hastelloy, Inconel and Nichrome. Toyoda Machinery Ph: 847-253-0340 Web site: www.toyodausa.com


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