Standard XM5-1500H | Performance 5-Axis Vertical Machining Center - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD XM5-1500H Performance 5-Axis Vertical Machining Center

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Machines are built on order, delivery is 9~14 weeks
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Description

A 5-axis vertical machining center is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool that combines the capabilities of a traditional vertical machining center (VMC) with the ability to rotate the cutting tool along five different axes. This allows the machine to cut complex parts with a high degree of precision and accuracy.

The five axes of motion on a 5-axis VMC include:

  1. X-axis (left/right)
  2. Y-axis (front/back)
  3. Z-axis (up/down)
  4. A-axis (tilting the cutting tool)
  5. B-axis (rotating the cutting tool)

A 5-axis VMC typically includes a number of features that make it well-suited for high-precision machining operations, such as a large working envelope, high-speed spindle, high-resolution linear scales, and an advanced control system. It also often uses powerful software to automate the machining process and to simulate the cutting path in advance, allowing for fine-tuning of cutting parameters and reducing the likelihood of errors.

The added capability of these five axis makes it useful for machining complex and intricate shapes, like aerospace components or Medical equipment parts, that traditional 3 axis machines would find difficult to machine with precision, 5 axis machine gives the freedom to machine any part of the stock material.

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Specifications
  • Table
    • Table size - 1600mmx750mm = 63 x 29.53 inches
    • T Slot - 18x5x140mm = 0.71 x 0.20 x 5.51 inches
    • Maximum load - 1300kg = 2866.01 lbs
  • Travel
    • X axis travel - 1300mm = 51.18 inches
    • Y axis travel - 750mm = 29.53 inches
    • Z axis travel - 700mm = 27.56 inches
    • X/Y/Z axis rapid traverse - 20/20/15m/min =  787.40/787.40/590.55 inches/minute
    • Spindle nose to table - 130-830mm = 5.12 to 32.68 inches
    • Spindle center to column - 760mm = 29.92 inches
    • Guideway type - LM:X/Y/Z
  • Spindle
    • Spindle type - BT40
    • Spindle speed - 8000 rpm
    • Main servo motor - 11.0/15.0 KW = 14.75/20.11 hp
  • Feed &Magazine
    • ATC capacity type - 24/Arm
    • Max weight of tool - 8Kg = 17.64 lbs
    • Air pressure - 0.5-0.8mPa = 7.25-11.50 psi
    • Electrical cabinet cooling system - Air conditioner
    • Dimensions - 3600×2800×3000mm = 141.73 x 110.24 x 118.11 inches
    • Weight - 13000Kg = 28660.09 lbs
    Machine Configuration
    • Precision linear guideway on X/Y/Z axes-provide high speed rapids.
    • Full enclosed way covers.
    • Drum or arm type ATC available.
    • High quality castings provides a solid structure and foundation.
    • Direct drive servo motors on all axes.
    • High speed rapids standard-higher speeds available on axes and spindle.
    Info on CNC Control

    Click to visit CNC Control manufacturer's website for more information.

    Delivery

    Build on Demand only.

    Delivery is 10-14 weeks from deposit


    How to use a 5-Axis Vertical Machining Center

    A 5-axis vertical machining center is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) machine that is typically used for cutting and drilling metal parts. To use one of these machines, you will need to have experience with CNC programming and operation, as well as knowledge of the specific machine you are working with.

    Here are the general steps for using a 5-axis vertical machining center:

    1. Create a CNC program for the part you want to produce, using a computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software.

    2. Load the program into the machine's controller.

    3. Set up the workpiece on the machine's table, securing it in place with clamps or other holding devices.

    4. Check the machine's settings to ensure that they match the specifications of the program and the workpiece.

    5. Start the machine, and make any necessary adjustments to the feed rate and cutting speed as the machining process begins.

    6. Monitor the machining process closely, paying attention to the machine's readouts and the condition of the cutting tools.

    7. When the machining process is complete, turn off the machine and remove the finished part from the table.

    It is important to follow all safety guidelines when operating the machine, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and making sure to keep your hands and other body parts away from the cutting area.

    Also, each machine have different design, software, controls and capabilities, you should refer to the machine-specific operating manual and get proper training before trying to operate it.

     

    Description

    A 5-axis vertical machining center is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) machine tool that combines the capabilities of a traditional vertical machining center (VMC) with the ability to rotate the cutting tool along five different axes. This allows the machine to cut complex parts with a high degree of precision and accuracy.

    The five axes of motion on a 5-axis VMC include:

    1. X-axis (left/right)
    2. Y-axis (front/back)
    3. Z-axis (up/down)
    4. A-axis (tilting the cutting tool)
    5. B-axis (rotating the cutting tool)

    A 5-axis VMC typically includes a number of features that make it well-suited for high-precision machining operations, such as a large working envelope, high-speed spindle, high-resolution linear scales, and an advanced control system. It also often uses powerful software to automate the machining process and to simulate the cutting path in advance, allowing for fine-tuning of cutting parameters and reducing the likelihood of errors.

    The added capability of these five axis makes it useful for machining complex and intricate shapes, like aerospace components or Medical equipment parts, that traditional 3 axis machines would find difficult to machine with precision, 5 axis machine gives the freedom to machine any part of the stock material.

    Best in Class Guaranteed with 24 Month Warranty!

    Specifications
    • Table
      • Table size - 1600mmx750mm = 63 x 29.53 inches
      • T Slot - 18x5x140mm = 0.71 x 0.20 x 5.51 inches
      • Maximum load - 1300kg = 2866.01 lbs
    • Travel
      • X axis travel - 1300mm = 51.18 inches
      • Y axis travel - 750mm = 29.53 inches
      • Z axis travel - 700mm = 27.56 inches
      • X/Y/Z axis rapid traverse - 20/20/15m/min =  787.40/787.40/590.55 inches/minute
      • Spindle nose to table - 130-830mm = 5.12 to 32.68 inches
      • Spindle center to column - 760mm = 29.92 inches
      • Guideway type - LM:X/Y/Z
    • Spindle
      • Spindle type - BT40
      • Spindle speed - 8000 rpm
      • Main servo motor - 11.0/15.0 KW = 14.75/20.11 hp
    • Feed &Magazine
      • ATC capacity type - 24/Arm
      • Max weight of tool - 8Kg = 17.64 lbs
      • Air pressure - 0.5-0.8mPa = 7.25-11.50 psi
      • Electrical cabinet cooling system - Air conditioner
      • Dimensions - 3600×2800×3000mm = 141.73 x 110.24 x 118.11 inches
      • Weight - 13000Kg = 28660.09 lbs
      Machine Configuration
      • Precision linear guideway on X/Y/Z axes-provide high speed rapids.
      • Full enclosed way covers.
      • Drum or arm type ATC available.
      • High quality castings provides a solid structure and foundation.
      • Direct drive servo motors on all axes.
      • High speed rapids standard-higher speeds available on axes and spindle.
      Info on CNC Control

      Click to visit CNC Control manufacturer's website for more information.

      Delivery

      Build on Demand only.

      Delivery is 10-14 weeks from deposit

      How to use a 5-Axis Vertical Machining Center

      A 5-axis vertical machining center is a type of computer numerical control (CNC) machine that is typically used for cutting and drilling metal parts. To use one of these machines, you will need to have experience with CNC programming and operation, as well as knowledge of the specific machine you are working with.

      Here are the general steps for using a 5-axis vertical machining center:

      1. Create a CNC program for the part you want to produce, using a computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software.

      2. Load the program into the machine's controller.

      3. Set up the workpiece on the machine's table, securing it in place with clamps or other holding devices.

      4. Check the machine's settings to ensure that they match the specifications of the program and the workpiece.

      5. Start the machine, and make any necessary adjustments to the feed rate and cutting speed as the machining process begins.

      6. Monitor the machining process closely, paying attention to the machine's readouts and the condition of the cutting tools.

      7. When the machining process is complete, turn off the machine and remove the finished part from the table.

      It is important to follow all safety guidelines when operating the machine, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and making sure to keep your hands and other body parts away from the cutting area.

      Also, each machine have different design, software, controls and capabilities, you should refer to the machine-specific operating manual and get proper training before trying to operate it.

       

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