Category Milling Machines

Milling machines are machine tools designed to machine solid metal or other hard materials.  The milling machine is often splits into two categories depending on the orientation of the spindle cutting tool, either vertical or horizontal.  Both types are available in small machines that can be mounted on a bench to room-sized milling centres, although the vertical milling machine is more suited to larger applications.

Milling machines can be used for a vast number of operations, from simple slot and keyway cutting, to more complex operations such as contouring or diesinking.  The heavier cutting operations may generate large amounts of excess heat, so often a fluid can is pumped to the cutting site to lubricate and cool down the cut.

Unlike a drill press where the drill moves axially to cut the workpiece, which is held stationary, milling machines can also move the piece radially against the rotating milling cutter, which can cut both on its tip and on its sides.

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• Automatic centralised lubrication
• Siemens 808D Controller
• Integrated machine lamp
• Main spindle drive with servomotor
• Integrated coolant unit with 200 litre coolant tank
• Portable electronic handwheel with confirm button & Emergency stop button.
• Carousel tool changer with 12 tool slots
• With max. spindle speed up to 8,000 rpm as standard
• All linear guides with stainless steel covers
• Tool change occurs automatically or at the push of a button
(electropneumatic tool clamping device)

Connection 400 V /3 PH~50 Hz
Weight 2800 Kg
Dimensions (L x W x H) mm 216 x 186 x 220
Motor Coolant Pump 650 W
Driving Motor 5.5 Kw
Spindle Seat BT 40
Distance Spindle – Table  100 – 600 mm
Speeds 10 – 8000 RPM
Max. Load 300 Kg
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