Substantial Automotive Mold Producing on a Makino A100E Horizontal Machining Center

Recorded at Omega Instrument Corp. of Windsor, Ontario, this video demonstrates the computerized pallet transforming, laser instrument size measurement and large-speed machining capabilities of Makino’s A100E horizontal machining centre. Utilised in the output of huge automotive molds, the A100E’s compact spindle structure, B-axis rotary desk and 132-capability computerized instrument changer have enabled Omega Instrument to execute a number of various operations on a solitary machine for considerable reductions in secondary machine operations. Its computerized pallet changer has substantially decreased non-slice moments due to setups for spindle utilization usually around 90 p.c and an overall thirty p.c raise in speed compared to classic vertical machining centers.

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Post time: 02-17-2016