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STANDARD EHS-160C CNC Horizontal Boring Mill - Ø160mm Spindle with Square ram (X,Y,Z,B,W,V-axis)

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

Introducing the STANDARD EHS-160C CNC Horizontal Boring Mill, your solution for precision machining needs.

Engineered with excellence, this mill boasts a robust Ø160mm spindle paired with a square ram design, ensuring stability and accuracy in every operation.

Equipped with a comprehensive array of axes including X, Y, Z, B, W, and V, this machine offers unparalleled versatility, enabling you to tackle a wide range of projects with ease. Whether you're working on intricate components or larger-scale pieces, the STANDARD EHS-160C delivers consistent results, every time.

Designed for efficiency and reliability, this CNC Horizontal Boring Mill streamlines your workflow, maximizing productivity without compromising on quality. Its intuitive interface and advanced controls empower operators of all skill levels to achieve exceptional outcomes with minimal effort.

Crafted with precision engineering and built to exacting standards, the STANDARD EHS-160C embodies durability and longevity, ensuring years of dependable service for your machining needs. Backed by our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction, this mill is ready to elevate your manufacturing capabilities to new heights.

Invest in the STANDARD EHS-160C CNC Horizontal Boring Mill and experience the difference in performance, precision, and reliability. Unlock endless possibilities for your machining endeavors with this exceptional tool.

Specifications - Metric Measurements
  • Table size - 2000 x 2000mm
  • Maximum worktable load - 10 tons
  • Spindle diameter - Ø160mm milling spindle; Ø260mm square ram
  • Spindle taper - ISO 7 :24 No.50
  • Maximum torque of spindle - 3000/ 3700Nm
  • Distance from spindle center to worktable top - 300-2300mm
  • Minimum distance from spindle nose to worktable center - 1073mm 
  • Transverse travel of table X axis - 4000mm
  • Vertical travel of headstock Y axis - 3000mm
  • Longitudinal travel of column Z axis - 2000mm
  • Spindle travel of W- axis - 900mm
  • Ram travel of V- axis - 1000mm
  • Worktable rotation of B- axis - 0.001 x 360mm
  • Feed Speed
  • X, Y, Z - 1-6000mm/min
  • W, U - W, V: 1-3000mm/min
  • Rapid Traverse 
  • X, Y, Z - 6m/min
  • W, U - 3m/min
  • B - 1r/min
  • Automatic tool charger
  • Tool magazine capacity/ tool changing device - 40piece/ fixed point
  • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
  • Maximum weight of tools - 25kg
  • Tool changing time - 15sec
  • Maximum diameter of tool span between adjacent stations empty - Ø250
  • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
  • Pull stud standard - LDA-50
  • Main power - 37/44kW
  • Total power capacity - 100kVA
  • Dimension - 6600x8300x5450mm
Specifications - Imperial Measurements
  • Table size - 78.74 x 78.74 inches
  • Maximum worktable load - 22,046 lbs
  • Spindle diameter - 6.30 inches milling spindle; 10.24 inches square ram
  • Spindle taper - ISO 7 :24 No.50
  • Maximum torque of spindle - 2212.51/2726.99 lb-ft
  • Distance from spindle center to worktable top - 11.81-90.55 inches
  • Minimum distance from spindle nose to worktable center - 42.24 inches
  • Transverse travel of table X axis - 157.48 inches
  • Vertical travel of headstock Y axis - 118.11 inches
  • Longitudinal travel of column Z axis - 78.74 inches
  • Spindle travel of W- axis - 35.43 inches
  • Ram travel of V- axis - 39.37 inches
  • Worktable rotation of B- axis - 0.001 x 360 inches
  • Feed Speed
  • X, Y, Z - 0.04-236.22 in/min
  • W, U - W, V: 0.04-118.11 in/min
  • Rapid Traverse 
  • X, Y, Z - 236.22 in/min
  • W, U - 118.11 in/min
  • B - 1r/min
  • Automatic tool charger
  • Tool magazine capacity/ tool changing device - 40piece/ fixed point
  • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
  • Maximum weight of tools - 55.12 lbs
  • Tool changing time - 15sec
  • Maximum diameter of tool span between adjacent stations empty - 9.84 inches
  • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
  • Pull stud standard - LDA-50
  • Main power - 49.60/59.09 hp
  • Total power capacity - 100kVA
  • Dimension - 259.84 x 326.77 x 214.57 inches
Standard Accessories
  • Fanuc CNC control
  • Encoder for table rotation (B-axis)
  • Guide protection for each axis
  • Coolant system
  • Cooling and chip conveyor system for cutting
  • Centralized lubrication
  • Splash tray
  • Foot pedal
  • Thru-spindle air-blast
Optional Accessories
  • Worktable area protection
  • X/Y/Z grating scale
  • Magnetic grating for W-axis
  • Water Gun
  • Air Gun
  • Hydraulic pump oil cooler
  • 40pcs Tool changer
  • Removable milling heads
  • CTS - Cooling through spindle


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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    Description

    Introducing the STANDARD EHS-160C CNC Horizontal Boring Mill, your solution for precision machining needs.

    Engineered with excellence, this mill boasts a robust Ø160mm spindle paired with a square ram design, ensuring stability and accuracy in every operation.

    Equipped with a comprehensive array of axes including X, Y, Z, B, W, and V, this machine offers unparalleled versatility, enabling you to tackle a wide range of projects with ease. Whether you're working on intricate components or larger-scale pieces, the STANDARD EHS-160C delivers consistent results, every time.

    Designed for efficiency and reliability, this CNC Horizontal Boring Mill streamlines your workflow, maximizing productivity without compromising on quality. Its intuitive interface and advanced controls empower operators of all skill levels to achieve exceptional outcomes with minimal effort.

    Crafted with precision engineering and built to exacting standards, the STANDARD EHS-160C embodies durability and longevity, ensuring years of dependable service for your machining needs. Backed by our commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction, this mill is ready to elevate your manufacturing capabilities to new heights.

    Invest in the STANDARD EHS-160C CNC Horizontal Boring Mill and experience the difference in performance, precision, and reliability. Unlock endless possibilities for your machining endeavors with this exceptional tool.

    Specifications - Metric Measurements
    • Table size - 2000 x 2000mm
    • Maximum worktable load - 10 tons
    • Spindle diameter - Ø160mm milling spindle; Ø260mm square ram
    • Spindle taper - ISO 7 :24 No.50
    • Maximum torque of spindle - 3000/ 3700Nm
    • Distance from spindle center to worktable top - 300-2300mm
    • Minimum distance from spindle nose to worktable center - 1073mm 
    • Transverse travel of table X axis - 4000mm
    • Vertical travel of headstock Y axis - 3000mm
    • Longitudinal travel of column Z axis - 2000mm
    • Spindle travel of W- axis - 900mm
    • Ram travel of V- axis - 1000mm
    • Worktable rotation of B- axis - 0.001 x 360mm
    • Feed Speed
    • X, Y, Z - 1-6000mm/min
    • W, U - W, V: 1-3000mm/min
    • Rapid Traverse 
    • X, Y, Z - 6m/min
    • W, U - 3m/min
    • B - 1r/min
    • Automatic tool charger
    • Tool magazine capacity/ tool changing device - 40piece/ fixed point
    • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
    • Maximum weight of tools - 25kg
    • Tool changing time - 15sec
    • Maximum diameter of tool span between adjacent stations empty - Ø250
    • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
    • Pull stud standard - LDA-50
    • Main power - 37/44kW
    • Total power capacity - 100kVA
    • Dimension - 6600x8300x5450mm
    Specifications - Imperial Measurements
    • Table size - 78.74 x 78.74 inches
    • Maximum worktable load - 22,046 lbs
    • Spindle diameter - 6.30 inches milling spindle; 10.24 inches square ram
    • Spindle taper - ISO 7 :24 No.50
    • Maximum torque of spindle - 2212.51/2726.99 lb-ft
    • Distance from spindle center to worktable top - 11.81-90.55 inches
    • Minimum distance from spindle nose to worktable center - 42.24 inches
    • Transverse travel of table X axis - 157.48 inches
    • Vertical travel of headstock Y axis - 118.11 inches
    • Longitudinal travel of column Z axis - 78.74 inches
    • Spindle travel of W- axis - 35.43 inches
    • Ram travel of V- axis - 39.37 inches
    • Worktable rotation of B- axis - 0.001 x 360 inches
    • Feed Speed
    • X, Y, Z - 0.04-236.22 in/min
    • W, U - W, V: 0.04-118.11 in/min
    • Rapid Traverse 
    • X, Y, Z - 236.22 in/min
    • W, U - 118.11 in/min
    • B - 1r/min
    • Automatic tool charger
    • Tool magazine capacity/ tool changing device - 40piece/ fixed point
    • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
    • Maximum weight of tools - 55.12 lbs
    • Tool changing time - 15sec
    • Maximum diameter of tool span between adjacent stations empty - 9.84 inches
    • Tool shank specifications - ISO 7:24 JT50
    • Pull stud standard - LDA-50
    • Main power - 49.60/59.09 hp
    • Total power capacity - 100kVA
    • Dimension - 259.84 x 326.77 x 214.57 inches
    Standard Accessories
    • Fanuc CNC control
    • Encoder for table rotation (B-axis)
    • Guide protection for each axis
    • Coolant system
    • Cooling and chip conveyor system for cutting
    • Centralized lubrication
    • Splash tray
    • Foot pedal
    • Thru-spindle air-blast
    Optional Accessories
    • Worktable area protection
    • X/Y/Z grating scale
    • Magnetic grating for W-axis
    • Water Gun
    • Air Gun
    • Hydraulic pump oil cooler
    • 40pcs Tool changer
    • Removable milling heads
    • CTS - Cooling through spindle


    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.

      *Information shown may differ or change without warning*