Table-Type Machining Center

Mikron’s (Lincolnshire, IL) HPM 1850U high performance, traveling table type machining center offers simultaneous five-axis machining for workpieces up to 56.5 ft3 in volume.

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Mikron’s (Lincolnshire, IL) HPM 1850U high performance, traveling table type machining center offers simultaneous five-axis machining for workpieces up to 56.5 ft3 in volume. Weighing 661 lbs. less than comparable machines containing conventional cast slides, the machine boasts a pallet size of 49.2” x 39.4”, as well as high dynamics in the X and Y-axes and greater accuracy and surface finish. The machine is equipped with a HSK63 tool interface and a milling head driven by a direct-drive, high torque motor, which generates torsional force without the use of belts or gears. The machine offers a 35 kW spindle output at 15,000 rpm with over 190 Nm torque. Additionally, the spindle housing is tightly attached to the rotor—allowing gear clearance and virtually eliminating signs of wear and tear. The machine contains a number of user-friendly features optimized for use in the workshop. The company’s Smart Machining Modules enable the machine to use sensors that allow machinists to utilize the Advanced Process System (APS) for monitoring and recording spindle vibrations. Further, the machine’s iTNC 530 Heidenhain control system provides operators with free contour programming, freely definable sub-programming, and pre-set work cycles for automation during unmanned hours. Operators also benefit from the presence of two stations to minimize downtime, as well as a 3-position pallet changer that enables a response to urgent orders without requiring the tear down of set-ups.