10/16/2012

High Efficiency Vertical Machining Centers

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The NTV158 series of vertical machining centers from YCM Americas, Inc. offers a high rapid feed rate with large Y-axis specially designed for moldmakers and job shops. The Z-axis dual ballscrew drive system and large roller type guideways on all axes ensure perfect accuracies at high feedrates and is suitable for various heavy cutting applications.
 
With a unique, YCM-patented, T-base structure, the machine footprint can be reduced effectively while a overhang-free table movement is supported by a high-rigid base to ensure dynamic accuracy, with heavy loads on the table.
 
With YCM’s uniquely designed IDD 10,000 rpm spindle, depending on the NTV158 ensures inline direct transmission and is proven to maximize both spindle and tool life even under harsh working environments, the company states..
 
A high speed axial movement with roller type guideways provides dynamic accuracy, durability and rigidity. Double nut high precision Tsubaki ball screws are directly driven by a servo motor to efficiently eliminate axial backlash and vibration.
 
NTV158 models include a YCM Control by Fanuc™ with high performance AC digital servo and spindle drives with super precision absolute positioning encoders.

 

 

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