The third generation CTV – stable, fast, accurate
With the new generation of the CTV series it has been possible to perfect the core arguments of the machine: automation, stability and productivity. “Over 15 years of experience in vertical production turning coupled with consistent customer-orientated further development have helped us develop the best CTV ever”, explains Harry Junger. They have also optimised the series with regard to technology: “Thanks to new process integrations, such as grinding and gearSKIVING on the CTV 250 DF, the series now offers manufacturing solutions for an even greater circle of customers.”
DMG MORI enables the productive serial production of constant velocity joints with the CTV 250 DF. Instead of a turret, the CTV 250 DF is equipped with a turn-mill swivelling tool carrier with a swivel range of + 105° to- 45°. With a speed of 90 rpm the Direct Drive ensures maximum dynamics. The machine is designed for up to two milling spindles with maximum 6,000 rpm, 14.5 kW and 46 Nm. Due to its high thermal stability the CTV 250 DF combines shortest machining times of just 33 seconds for constant velocity joints with consistently high accuracy.
DMG MORI will be showcasing another highlight of the CTV series at the EMO with a production cell consisting of two linked CTV 250 machines. The two machines are connected by a portal automation and four accumulating conveyor belts. The attractively priced DUO automation has proved to be an extremely productive manufacturing solution with a high level of stability. CELOS and an Industry 4.0 sensor package help users with the documentation of production that is so important in the automotive sector.
With the new automatic multi-spindle turning machines DMG MORI has developed a highly flexible machine concept that can efficiently manufacture complex components such as shafts for automobile construction by means of both chuck and bar machining.
DMG MORI rounds off its portfolio in highly productive turning with the NRX series. The dual-spindle turning centres are designed for diameters of up to ø 180 mm, and ø 150 mm with a milling specification. Workpiece loading takes just 5.6 seconds with a spindle working on uninterrupted while the other is being loaded. With two 8-station turrets – ten stations in the milling version – the NRX guarantees optimum chip fall.
Unique diversity for the automotive process chain
Markus Piber, Managing Director of DECKEL MAHO Pfronten GmbH, stresses the importance of a comprehensive range of services for customers in the automotive industry: “Under the motto ‘A full Automotive Technology Integration’ we present complete solutions or integral modular systems comprising high-performance machine tools, integral technologies, automation solutions and intelligent software. This guarantees our customers in the automotive industry top availability and maximum process reliability.”