KIWA Triple H40 series, is a high-performance horizontal machining center with a Column Traverse Design. This allows for heavy parts to be machined in a compact space. The machine design will accommodate a variety of workpieces and factory automation equipment. The machine is equipped with a wide center trough in the machining area and a chip auger to carry chips directly down the center trough for disposal at the rear of the machine. The 5 axis version allows for heavy parts to be machined on five sides.
Features & Benefits
(4) Simultaneously controlled axes (4+1)
Provision for coolant through spindle
Overhead Coolant chip flow system
Spindle oil cooler
Chip Auger and Chip conveyor std
Tool life management
1280 meter / 512 kB memory
200 tool off sets
AI Nano Contour control II with 200(400) block look ahead
Automatic tool length measurement and breakage detection
High pressure coolant through spindle (70 Bar, 1000 PSI)
Methods Machine Tools expands Automation footprint, launching new Automation Center in Charlotte, NC To meet the aggressively growing demand for automation and robotics in manufacturing, Methods Machine Tools, Inc., a leading supplier of innovative precision machine tools, 3D printing technology, automation and accessories, is expanding its automation capabilities, launching a new Automation and Integration Center…
This session will discuss the difference in machine tool automation strategies used in the high volume/ low mix type of machining that firearms and other higher volume industries require versus the low volume/ high mix machining requirements in medical and other lower volume parts sectors.
Methods Machine Tools will enhance the value of our customer experience at every level of our organization. We will accomplish this by providing innovative, world-class products backed by customer-focused services and support. Our goal is profitable growth through exceeding the expectations of our customers every day.