VMC with Constant Velocity Control

With a minimum block processing of 50,000 BPS in 8-axis simultaneous applications, the Revolution CV4020 from GBI Cincinnati, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH) with the MTI constant velocity control is 25 times more efficient than any control on the market today.

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With a minimum block processing of 50,000 BPS in 8-axis simultaneous applications, the Revolution CV4020 from GBI Cincinnati, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH) with the MTI constant velocity control is 25 times more efficient than any control on the market today. The Revolution CV4020 will process a part complete in half the cycle time, because the machine operates at maximum efficiency and at a constant velocity.

It also does not accelerate and decelerate like all other machine tools. The Revolution repeatably provides significant increases in tool life, superior part finishes, less wear on drives and motors, plus major extension of the life of the machine tool.

It’s not just faster processors, a faster control and a faster machine; it’s a paradigm shift in chip removal, in addition to significant increases in machine efficiency.

When performing in a 3-D contour milling environment, the Revolution has the ability to process program data internally 25 times faster and more efficiently than any control currently available. The Revolution utilizes 80 internal high-speed buffers that continuously shuffle programming data through its proprietary software, optimizing the control’s speed and efficiency, resulting in productivity gains of 100 percent or more without deviating from a customer’s current part programming.