DMG MORI with ten high-tech machines at MACH-TOOL
From 7 to 10 June 2016, DMG MORI will impress visitors at MACH-TOOL 2016 in Posen with advanced machine tools and a focus on local production. The 253 m2 DMG MORI stand is located in Hall 7A (booth 7), where the machine tool manufacturer will be presenting ten high-tech machines from different technology sectors live in operation.
The new ECOLINE generation
FAMOT is the most modern machine tool factory in Poland, the largest production location and lead factory within ECOLINE group. The factory is well known for the future-oriented technology from DMG MORI and rapid implementation of innovative production processes.
The locally produced models are following the global quality criteria and latest engineering standards at DMG MORI ensuring first quality. All machines have a warranty of 18 months in standard demonstrating the high requirements of first class production and quality standards. Additionally, the machine tool manufacturer achieves shorter lead times as well as significant cost savings on shipping, customs and exchange fees due to the production within the country. Local manufacturing ensures an integrally high standard of quality – in both production and service.
For years, DMG MORI has defined a new standard of performance in the sector of entry-level machines with the ECOLINE product line. In line with its tradition of innovative performance, DMG MORI will be presenting the ecoMill 800 V with the new 19” DMG MORI SLIMline multi-touch control with Operate on SIEMENS at MACH-TOOL in Posen as a revolutionary milestone. Even at the very first glance, the vertical machining centre impresses with its new ECOLINE design that ensures further improved work ergonomics and a higher level of value retention. The ecoMill V series is based on a C-frame cast iron bed for the best stiffness and vibration characteristics ensuring highest precision. Ball screws of the highest quality and a powerful 12,000-rpm spindle were combined to meet the highest standards in production. The performance of the ecoMill V machines even in the smallest size is outstanding already in the standard version. The highest precision (without direct scales) can be realized, due to direct coupling in X / Y, no belt drive for no backlash. An optimized machine structure also increases stability during machining, and a high degree of manufacturing flexibility is provided in the standard version by having 30 tool pockets in the tool magazine. The new 19 – inches DMG MORI SLIMline multi-touch control with Operate on SIEMENS represents the next advanced step for a modern user interface. The practical and ergonomically optimised 19" multi-touch display with its maximised resolution and 45° swivel range offers decisive user benefits.
With the new ecoTurn 450, DMG MORI emphasises the high quality demands that are made of entry-level machines within the company. The CNC universal lathe in the new ECOLINE design for example has significantly gained in the area of ergonomics and stability of value. But DMG MORI has also managed to meet the growing demands of customers and users with a number of technical advancements. The improved possibilities for machining bar material of now up to 80 mm diameter as standard provide sufficient options for the production of nozzles, bushes or other rotational-symmetric workpieces. The cast bed tilted at 45° ensures optimum chip disposal, and in combination with the 45 mm wide guides ensures the stability that is desirable for a perfect machining process.
Premium class universal turning & milling
Stability and rigidity are the key to excellent machining results, long tool service life and efficient processes when it comes to lathes. And this is exactly what was taken into consideration in the development of the NLX series. Thanks to the overhauled machine bed and flat guides with their high damping capacity, the NLX models achieve a rigidity that is up to 30 percent higher than that of the predecessor series. This is also true of the NLX 2500SY | 700 that will be showcased in Utrecht, with its counter-spindle, Y-axis (100 mm) and its turning length of 705 mm.
In particular, the larger ball-thread drives, which together with the enlarged bearings make the axes up to 50 percent more rigid, play a decisive role in the top performance achieved by this machine. In addition, DMG MORI has also improved thermal stability. The cooling system integrated in the machine bed reduces thermal displacement to a minimum. Add to all this the modular design of the NLX machines and you get the perfect basis for optimum turning operations. A special highlight in this context is the BMT turret for 12 powered tools and speeds of up to 10,000 rpm.
As an example demonstrating its position as the world market leader in the sector of 5-axis and 5-axis simultaneous machining, DMG MORI will be presenting the DMU 75 monoBLOCK in Bilbao. The machine will feature top equipment including a 750-mm X-travel, NC-swivel rotary table, 18,000-rpm motor spindle and a vertical chain magazine with 60 stations for SK40 tools. Workpieces with a diameter of up to 840 mm and weighing 600 kg can be machined on a space of less than 8 m². Whereby the work area can always be loaded from above without any limitation. Another impressive feature of the DMU 75 monoBLOCK are its intelligent control systems, which translate the performance of the machine construction into maximum process efficiency, top component precision and optimum user-friendliness.
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