Our Twin Spindle Universal Milling Machine is a type of multi-functional machine that is commonly used in the metalworking industry. This type of milling machine is characterized by having two spindles on the main head, each of which can be adjusted to perform different operations. This allows the machine to perform multiple operations simultaneously, increasing its efficiency and productivity.
The main head of the machine is mounted on a sliding ram that is adjustable in the horizontal and vertical directions. The spindles are located at the end of the ram and can be rotated to various positions to perform drilling, boring, reaming, and other operations.
The URT-1000 features a range of tool holders which can simply and swiftly be swapped out to customize the machine for varying workpieces and processes.
The twin spindle design also allows for automatic tool changes, further increasing efficiency. The machine is typically equipped with a control panel that allows for easy programming and operation.
The Standard URT-1000 Twin Spindle Ram Head type Universal Milling Machine is a versatile tool used for the fabrication of intricate components for a variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, and defense sector. Additionally, it is ideal for the development of prototypes and research and development work.
Machine operator's opinion:
"Good solid machine with good functionality, the universal head makes cutting at an angles easy, the horizontal spindle is strong and takes big cuts well. Overall the Universal milling machine is solid, has feeds on all axis and can take a good cut. I feel it's capable of doing any job you need it to."
Delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Deposit
Using a Twin Spindle Ram Head type Universal Milling Machine requires knowledge of both the machine and the machining process.
Here is a general outline of the steps to follow:
Prepare the workpiece: Secure the workpiece to the machine's table using clamps or a vise. Ensure that the workpiece is level and stable to prevent any vibrations or movements during the machining process.
Select the proper tooling: Choose the appropriate tooling based on the type of operation you will be performing and the material of the workpiece. Install the tooling into the tool holder and tighten it securely.
Set up the machine: Use the control panel to program the machine for the desired operation. This may include specifying the speed of the spindles, the depth of cut, and the feed rate.
Perform a dry run: Before starting the machining process, perform a dry run without cutting to ensure that the machine is properly set up and that the workpiece is secure.
Start the machining process: Start the machine and allow it to perform the programmed operation. Monitor the machine and workpiece during the machining process to ensure that everything is functioning properly and that the operation is producing the desired results.
Stop the machine: Once the machining process is complete, stop the machine and inspect the workpiece for any defects or deviations from the desired specifications.
Clean and maintain the machine: After the machining process, clean the machine and all tooling. Check the machine for any damage or wear and perform any necessary maintenance.
Note: This is a general outline and the specific steps and procedures may vary depending on the machine and the machining process. It is recommended to receive proper training and follow the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines when using a Twin Spindle Ram Head type Universal Milling Machine.
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