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High-precision lathe MTC 350CNC2-axis3-axis

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Characteristics

Control type
CNC
Number of axes
2-axis, 3-axis, 4-axis, 5-axis
Other characteristics
universal, high-precision, high-speed, Y-axis, hydrostatic, with linear motor, micro
Applications
for metal
Diameter

Max.: 700 mm (27.56 in)

Min.: 0 mm (0 in)

Spindle speed

Max.: 10,000 rpm (62,831.853 rad.min-1)

Min.: 0 rpm (0 rad.min-1)

Description

The ultraprecision turning machine (UP-Turning machine) MTC 350 (Micro Turning Center) combines dynamic use with an increased work space, thus resulting in a wide range of products to be manufactured. The travelling distances of the X- and Z-axis are 350 mm and provide the machining of workpieces up to 700 mm in diameter. The MTC 350 is based on a T-shaped natural granite bed. X- and Z-axis slides, as well as the housing of the main spindle are made of granite too. Both slides and the optional B-axis use hydrostatic (oil) bearings. The main spindle features an air bearing and is mounted to the X-slide. In addition to the X- and Z-axis there is the option to have an additional linear axis. This A-axis allows to do micro milling or raster flycutting operations on the machine. Besides many other accessories, that make the MTC 350 an all-purpose tool, there is the possibility to make customized solutions, to adapt the machine to your needs. Please do not hesitate to contact us. Hydrostatic (0il) bearings Granite machine base Active machine leveling and active vibration isolation system Form measuring system Integrated tool measuring system Process camera Form tolerance: < 150 nm within 100 mm dia. Roughness: < 2 nm (Ra)

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