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STANDARD EHF-160A CNC Horizontal Boring Mill - Ø160mm Spindle with Facing Head (X,Y,Z,B,W,U-axis)

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*Mills are built on order, delivery is approx 9~14 weeks
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Description

This CNC horizontal milling and boring machine represents a pinnacle of CNC machine tool development, integrating advanced foreign manufacturing technology with extensive enhancements and upgrades. This machine now offers a comprehensive modular series of products. It boasts mature process capabilities, ensuring stable product quality. Its technical specifications and software and hardware configurations meet international standards, positioning it as a high-end CNC product.

Equipped with boring, milling, drilling (including drilling, expanding, reaming), tapping (rigid tapping), countersinking, and other processing functions, this machine features an excellent CNC system that enables linear interpolation, circular interpolation, and four-axis linkage. The CNC rotary table allows for multi-process machining of hole groups, hole systems, and plane surfaces on four sides of the workpiece in a single clamping operation.

The CNC horizontal milling and boring machine finds wide application in industries such as shipbuilding, transportation, railways, energy, wind power, nuclear power, heavy machinery, metallurgy, mining, engineering machinery, petrochemical machinery, internal combustion engines, water pumps, and other general mechanical processing industries. It is the preferred equipment for processing components such as boxes, shells, and machine bases.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Machining Range
    • Size of table - 2000x2000mm
    • Load of table - 10,000kg
    • Max travel of table X - 3000mm
    • Max travel of spindle box Y - 2000mm
    • Max travel of column Z - 2000mm
    • Max travel of boring spindle W - 1000mm
    • Rotation of table B - 360°
    • Distance between spindle center and table surface - 100-2100mm
    • Distance between spindle nose and table center - 700mm
  • Spindle
    • Diameter of boring spindle - Ф160mm
    • Taper (7:24) - JT50
    • Spindle speed (Stepless) - 10~1500r/min
    • Max output torque - 3300/4000 (Cont./30min) N·m
    • Main power - 41/49.2 (Cont./30min) kW
    • Maximum feed resistance of boring shaft - 30000N
  • Feed
    • Cutting feed range
      • X, Y, Z Axis - 1-6000mm/min
      • W Axis - 1-3000mm/min
      • B Axis - 0-1r/min
    • Rapid traverse
      • X, Y, Z Axis - 9m/min
      • W Axis - 3m/min
      • B Axis - 1r/min
  • Positioning accuracy
    • X Axis - 0.03-0.022mm
    • Y Axis - 0.022-0.018mm
    • Z Axis - 0.022-0.018m
    • W Axis - 0.020mm
    • B Axis - 10" Circular scale as standard configuration
    • B (4×90 °) - 6″or 0.015/500mm
  • Repeatability accuracy
    • X Axis - 0.013mm
    • Y Axis - .0013mm
    • Z Axis - 0.013mm
    • W Axis - 0.018mm
    • B Axis - 6"mm
  • Total electric capacity - 125kVA
  • Floor Space - 8340x7900mm
  • Overall dimension - 7690x7700x4790mm
  • Weight of Machine - 37,200kg
Specifications - Imperial Measurements
  • Machining Range
    • Size of table - 78.74x78.74 inches
    • Load of table - 22,046.23 lbs
    • Max travel of table X - 118.11 inches
    • Max travel of spindle box Y - 78.74 inches
    • Max travel of column Z - 78.74 inches
    • Max travel of boring spindle W - 39.37 inches
    • Rotation of table B - 360°
    • Distance between spindle center and table surface - 3.94-82.68 inches
    • Distance between spindle nose and table center - 27.56 inches
  • Spindle
    • Diameter of boring spindle - 6.30 inches
    • Taper (7:24) - JT50
    • Spindle speed (Stepless) - 10~1500r/min
    • Max output torque - 2427.44/2950.72 (Cont./30min) ft·lbs
    • Main power - 55.15/66.17 (Cont./30min) hp
    • Maximum feed resistance of boring shaft - 6744.17 lbs
  • Feed
    • Cutting feed range
      • X, Y, Z Axis - 0.039-236.22 inches/min
      • W Axis - 0.039-118.11 inches/min
      • B Axis - 0-1r/min
    • Rapid traverse
      • X, Y, Z Axis - 29.53 ft/min
      • W Axis - 9.84 ft/min
      • B Axis - 1r/min
  • Positioning accuracy
    • X Axis - 0.00118-0.000866 inches
    • Y Axis - 0.000866-0.000709 inches
    • Z Axis - 0.000866-0.000709 inches
    • W Axis - 0.000787 inches
    • B Axis - 10" Circular scale as standard configuration
    • B (4×90 °) - 6″or 0.00059 inches
  • Repeatability accuracy
    • X Axis - 0.000512 inches
    • Y Axis - 0.000051 inches
    • Z Axis - 0.000512 inches
    • W Axis - 0.000709 inches
    • B Axis - 6"inches
  • Total electric capacity - 125kVA
  • Floor Space - 328.35x311.02 inches
  • Overall dimension - 302.36x303.15x188.98 inches
  • Weight of Machine - 82,016.69 lbs
Standard Accessories
  • Fanuc CNC Control
  • Facing Slide
  • Machine Manuals
  • Foundation block
  • Foundation bolts
  • Spherical washer
  • Cone face washers
  • Nut
  • Retaining ring
  • Hexagon socket head cap screw
  • Expansion bolt
Delivery

Delivery is 16-24 Weeks from Deposit


How to use a Horizontal Boring Mill

Using a CNC Horizontal Boring Mill involves several key steps:

1. Machine Setup:

  • Ensure the machine is properly leveled and anchored to the floor.
  • Load the required tooling, such as boring bars and drills, into the machine's tool magazine.
  • Secure the workpiece to the machine table using clamps or fixtures.

2. Tool Setup:

  • Install the appropriate tool for the job, considering the material and the desired cut.
  • Use the CNC control panel to set the tool length and diameter offsets.
3. Workpiece Setup:
  • Determine the workpiece zero point (origin) using a touch probe or edge finder.
  • Input the workpiece zero point coordinates into the CNC control panel.
4. Programming:
  • Create a CNC program using CAM software or manually input the G-code commands.
  • Include commands for toolpath, spindle speed, feed rate, and coolant usage.
5. Tool Path Simulation:
  • Before running the program on the machine, simulate the toolpath using the CNC control panel or simulation software to check for any collisions or errors.
6. Machine Operation:
  • Start the CNC program, and monitor the machine operation for any issues.
  • Adjust the cutting parameters if necessary, such as spindle speed and feed rate.
7. Quality Check:
  • After the machining is complete, measure the dimensions of the machined features using precision measuring tools.
  • Compare the measurements with the design specifications to ensure accuracy.
8. Maintenance:
  • Regularly maintain the machine, including lubrication, cleaning, and inspection of critical components.
  • Replace worn-out tooling and perform calibration checks as recommended by the manufacturer.

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