Emco Maier 5-axis machining centre is compact, accurate

Editor: Briggette Jaya

Austria – Emco has launched the Maxxmill 350, a compact 5-axis machining centre that is said to machine small workpieces with high thermostability and accuracy.

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The company said the machine is suitable for tool and mould manufacturing, mechanical and precision engineering, medical technology and the optical industry.
The company said the machine is suitable for tool and mould manufacturing, mechanical and precision engineering, medical technology and the optical industry.
(Source: Emco)

The Austria-based company notes that this machine has a compact design with a solid rotary table, a small footprint and a large work area, offering quality control technology, optimum swarf disposal and extensive options. Emco develops and manufactures the Maxxmill together with its Italian subsidiary, Emco Famup, a specialist in vertical machining centres.

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The machine is claimed to be suitable for tool and mould manufacturing, mechanical and precision engineering, medical technology and the optical industry. Workpiece sizes of 250 mm x 250 mm x 250 mm with weights up to 50 kg can be machined in one setting on five sides, Emco says.

The traverse distance is 350 mm, 250 mm and 300 mm in the X, Y, and Z axes respectively. The C-axis of the rotary table turns freely over 360° and the swivel range of the B-axis covers ± 100°. The mechanical spindle features a maximum torque of 41 Nm with up to 12,000 rpm, provides up to 7 kW. A water-cooled motor spindle offers an 18 kW drive power with up to 24,000 rpm is available as an option, Emco says.

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