2D CNC Machinery 5-axis VMC uses rigidity to maximise use of power available

Editor: Briggette Jaya

UK – The highly rigid, tilting-head design of the Wele UA 2590 5-axis vertical machining centre (VMC) is able to maximise material removal with 4,950 Nm of torque available from the drive to the swivelling A-axis head, complemented by 7,960 Nm in the rotational B-axis, the supplier says.

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The Wele UA 2590 5-axis vertical machining centre (VMC) is said to be able to maximise material removal.
The Wele UA 2590 5-axis vertical machining centre (VMC) is said to be able to maximise material removal.
(Source: 2D CNC Machinery)

Both axes have +/- 40° of movement.

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In addition, to maximise machining efficiency, the table is supported by a highly rigid, solid Meehanite cast base carrying four hardened and ground boxway slide units and the Y-axis travel powered via a dual-drive feed system. As a result, this is said to significantly increase the levels of rigidity and accuracy while minimising the onset of vibration under heavy machining or interrupted sequences.

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