DMG Mori Machine tool giant to premiere 3 machines to the world at AMB
DMG Mori said it will unveil three metalworking units for the first time ever at the German metalworking show in Stuttgart.
Its DMC 1450 VMC has a travelling column design with a top-mounted carriage unit, 28% bigger linear guides and 25% bigger ball-screw spindles, which are said to create maximum process stability. Thermal management with cooling of the ball-thread nuts and guides in all three linear axes provides component accuracy, the company said.
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The DMC 1450 V has travels of 1450 x 700 x 550mm. The table features a clamping surface of 1700 x 750 mm and a capacity of 2000kg. The standard DMC 1450 V uses a 14,000 rpm spindle with 121 Nm of torque, rapid traverse speeds up to 36 m/min and a tool magazine with 20 pockets.
The Lasertec 45 Shape 3D uses a laser for cutting and texturing. The unit has up to five axes, and depending on the technology and material, wall angles can be as low as 5 degrees.
Laser removal occurs horizontally at thicknesses of 0.3-10µm. The unit is priced at just below €110,000 for the 3-axis version, the company said. The company offers a swivel/round table with torque technology for 5-axis operations.
The final world premiere, the DMU 125 P Duo-Block UMC, has 30% higher component accuracy thanks to temperature management, the supplier said. The unit suits applications ranging from aerospace to tool and mould construction.