STANDARD XMT-4000x1200 | Traveling Column CNC Mill | (4000x1200x600mm) - STANDARD Direct

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STANDARD XMT-4000x1200 - Travelling Column CNC Mill (4000x1200x600mm)

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Description

A traveling column CNC mill is a type of machining center that features a stationary table and a moving column. The column, which houses the spindle and tooling, moves along the X-axis, while the table moves along the Y- and Z-axes. This design allows for greater stability and rigidity during machining operations, as well as increased accuracy and precision. Additionally, because the column is able to move, it allows for larger and longer workpieces to be machined, which is not possible with a fixed-column machine. The traveling column design also makes it easy to perform multiple operations on a single workpiece, such as drilling, tapping, and milling, which can save time and improve productivity.

QUICK SPEC - STANDARD XMT-4000x1200:

  • Operating System - FANUC
  • Number of Axis - 3 Axis
  • Size of Worktable - 4000x1200mm
  • Maximum Loading -3800kg/m²
  • Working Area - 4000x1200mm
  • Bed - Casting Iron Bed

Machine Layout Explained:

  • Traveling column machines have a fixed table with the head and column travelling along the bed on the X-axis.
  • Job is fixed in place and X,Y,Z-axis travels are all made by the head and column moving alongside the table
  • Ridged cast iron structure offers
  • Superior use of floor space as the machine is only as long as the table
    Specifications
    • Travel
      • X-Axis - 4000mm = 157.48 inches
      • Y-Axis - 1200mm = 47.24 inches
      • Z-Axis - 600mm = 23.62 inches
    • Spindle
      • Standard Type - Mechanical
      • Rated Spindle Driven Motor Power - 15kW = 20.11 hp
      • Max. Driven Motor Power - 18.5kW = 24.76 hp
      • Rated torque - 143N.m = 105.55 lb-ft
      • Maximum torque - 236N.m = 174.34 lb-ft
      • Maximum Speed - 8000rpm
      • Taper - BT50
    • Tool Magazine
      • Type - Umbrella Type
      • Capacity - 16pcs
      • Tool-to-tool time - 6sec/min
    • Axis Feed Rates
      • Rapid on X - 40m/min = 1574.8 inches/minute
      • Rapid on Y - 30m/min = 1181.1 inches/minute
      • Rapid on Z - 20m/min = 787.4 inches/minute
      • X/Y/Z Cutting Feed Rate - 15m/min = 590.55 inches/minute
      • Motor Power
        • Spindle Driven Motor - 15kW = 20.11 hp
        • X Driven Motor - Double 3.0kW = 4.02 hp
        • Y Driven Motor - 3kW = 4.02 hp
        • Z Driven Motor - 3kW = 4.02 hp
      • Lubrication and Cooling System
        • Lubrication System - Automatic
        • Coolant System - Water Cooling
      • Accuracy
        • X-Axis Repositioning Accuracy - 0.01mm = 0.0004 inches
        • Y/Z-Axis Repositioning Accuracy - 0.01mm =  0.0004 inches
      • Mechanical Specification
        • Required Pneumatic Pressure - 6kg/cm² = 85.34 psi
        • Machine Height - 3600mm = 141.73 inches
        • Covering Area - 9300 x 3500mm = 366.14 x 137.8 inches
        • Machine Weight - 21000kg = 46297.48 lbs
      Component List
      • Fanuc CNC Control
      • Kurturn Spindle
      • NSK Bearings
      • THK/Hiwin/PMI Ball screws and linear guideways
      • Sanjet Automatic tool changer
      • Schneider electrical components
      • Alpha gearboxes
      • KH Rack and pinions
      • Transformer - 35KVA
      • Auto lubrication system
      • Coolant system
      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 traveling column CNC Mill

        To use a traveling column CNC mill, you will first need to properly set up the machine and prepare your workpiece. This includes installing the appropriate tooling, securing the workpiece to the table, and making sure that all machine guards and safety devices are in place.

        Once the machine is set up and ready to go, you will need to input the necessary instructions into the CNC (computer numerical control) controller, which will guide the movement of the machine's various axes. This can be done either by manually entering the coordinates and commands, or by loading a pre-existing program into the controller. The specific instructions on how to do this will vary depending on the specific make and model of the machine, as well as the software being used.

        Once the program is loaded and the machine is calibrated and ready to go, the operator can initiate the machining process. During machining process the operator is monitoring the process, ensuring that the machine is operating properly and making any necessary adjustments or corrections as needed. Once the machining is completed, the operator will then perform a final inspection of the workpiece to ensure that it meets the desired specifications. The machine is then shut down, and the workpiece and tooling are removed.

        It is important to note that proper training and familiarization with the machine is necessary before operating it.

         

        Description

        A traveling column CNC mill is a type of machining center that features a stationary table and a moving column. The column, which houses the spindle and tooling, moves along the X-axis, while the table moves along the Y- and Z-axes. This design allows for greater stability and rigidity during machining operations, as well as increased accuracy and precision. Additionally, because the column is able to move, it allows for larger and longer workpieces to be machined, which is not possible with a fixed-column machine. The traveling column design also makes it easy to perform multiple operations on a single workpiece, such as drilling, tapping, and milling, which can save time and improve productivity.

        QUICK SPEC - STANDARD XMT-4000x1200:

        • Operating System - FANUC
        • Number of Axis - 3 Axis
        • Size of Worktable - 4000x1200mm
        • Maximum Loading -3800kg/m²
        • Working Area - 4000x1200mm
        • Bed - Casting Iron Bed

        Machine Layout Explained:

        • Traveling column machines have a fixed table with the head and column travelling along the bed on the X-axis.
        • Job is fixed in place and X,Y,Z-axis travels are all made by the head and column moving alongside the table
        • Ridged cast iron structure offers
        • Superior use of floor space as the machine is only as long as the table
          Specifications
          • Travel
            • X-Axis - 4000mm = 157.48 inches
            • Y-Axis - 1200mm = 47.24 inches
            • Z-Axis - 600mm = 23.62 inches
          • Spindle
            • Standard Type - Mechanical
            • Rated Spindle Driven Motor Power - 15kW = 20.11 hp
            • Max. Driven Motor Power - 18.5kW = 24.76 hp
            • Rated torque - 143N.m = 105.55 lb-ft
            • Maximum torque - 236N.m = 174.34 lb-ft
            • Maximum Speed - 8000rpm
            • Taper - BT50
          • Tool Magazine
            • Type - Umbrella Type
            • Capacity - 16pcs
            • Tool-to-tool time - 6sec/min
          • Axis Feed Rates
            • Rapid on X - 40m/min = 1574.8 inches/minute
            • Rapid on Y - 30m/min = 1181.1 inches/minute
            • Rapid on Z - 20m/min = 787.4 inches/minute
            • X/Y/Z Cutting Feed Rate - 15m/min = 590.55 inches/minute
            • Motor Power
              • Spindle Driven Motor - 15kW = 20.11 hp
              • X Driven Motor - Double 3.0kW = 4.02 hp
              • Y Driven Motor - 3kW = 4.02 hp
              • Z Driven Motor - 3kW = 4.02 hp
            • Lubrication and Cooling System
              • Lubrication System - Automatic
              • Coolant System - Water Cooling
            • Accuracy
              • X-Axis Repositioning Accuracy - 0.01mm = 0.0004 inches
              • Y/Z-Axis Repositioning Accuracy - 0.01mm =  0.0004 inches
            • Mechanical Specification
              • Required Pneumatic Pressure - 6kg/cm² = 85.34 psi
              • Machine Height - 3600mm = 141.73 inches
              • Covering Area - 9300 x 3500mm = 366.14 x 137.8 inches
              • Machine Weight - 21000kg = 46297.48 lbs
            Component List
            • Fanuc CNC Control
            • Kurturn Spindle
            • NSK Bearings
            • THK/Hiwin/PMI Ball screws and linear guideways
            • Sanjet Automatic tool changer
            • Schneider electrical components
            • Alpha gearboxes
            • KH Rack and pinions
            • Transformer - 35KVA
            • Auto lubrication system
            • Coolant system
            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 traveling column CNC Mill

              To use a traveling column CNC mill, you will first need to properly set up the machine and prepare your workpiece. This includes installing the appropriate tooling, securing the workpiece to the table, and making sure that all machine guards and safety devices are in place.

              Once the machine is set up and ready to go, you will need to input the necessary instructions into the CNC (computer numerical control) controller, which will guide the movement of the machine's various axes. This can be done either by manually entering the coordinates and commands, or by loading a pre-existing program into the controller. The specific instructions on how to do this will vary depending on the specific make and model of the machine, as well as the software being used.

              Once the program is loaded and the machine is calibrated and ready to go, the operator can initiate the machining process. During machining process the operator is monitoring the process, ensuring that the machine is operating properly and making any necessary adjustments or corrections as needed. Once the machining is completed, the operator will then perform a final inspection of the workpiece to ensure that it meets the desired specifications. The machine is then shut down, and the workpiece and tooling are removed.

              It is important to note that proper training and familiarization with the machine is necessary before operating it.

               

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