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Floor boring mill WRD 170 (Q)
CNChorizontalhigh-productivity

floor boring mill
floor boring mill
floor boring mill
floor boring mill
floor boring mill
floor boring mill
floor boring mill
floor boring mill
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Characteristics

Control type
CNC
Spindle orientation
horizontal
Other characteristics
high-productivity, 4-axis, high-precision, traveling-column, rotating table, high-performance, heavy-duty, floor, for large workpieces, mobile, high-power, for automatic tool changers
X travel

Min.: 5,000 mm (197 in)

Max.: 29,000 mm (1,142 in)

Y travel

Min.: 3,000 mm (118 in)

Max.: 6,000 mm (236 in)

Z travel

1,500 mm (59 in)

Power

81 kW (110.12931 hp)

W travel (spindle)

1,000 mm (39 in)

Spindle diameter

Min.: 160 mm (6 in)

Max.: 200 mm (8 in)

Description

- the biggest type of floor type horizontal boring machines manufactured by TOS VARNSDORF a.s. - intented for precision and high-efficient coordinate boring, drilling, milling and thread-cutting particularly in the case of large-scale, heavy and structurally difficult work-pieces made of cast iron, cast steel and steel - according to process needs, the machine can be extended with a clamping field consisting of clamping plates or with one or more additional tables - machines can be extended with a wide selection of technological accessories that significantly widen the machine technological utility value - either SINUMERIK 840D SL, HEIDENHAIN TNC 640 or FANUC 31i control system can be selected for controlling the machine - on the customer’s wish the machine can be supplied also in design with spindle diameter of 160 mm Basic options of the machine - WRD 170 - the basic model - WRD 170 Q - the Automatic Tool Changer (ATC) equipped model

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