10/15/2013

Mitsubishi Horizontal Boring Mills Offer High Rigidity

Originally titled 'Horizontal Boring Mills Offer High Rigidity'
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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ MAF-E Series of table-type horizontal boring mills, distributed in the U.S. by Yamazen Inc., features a boring spindle diameter of 150 mm and an 800-mm extendable spindle stroke, said to be the longest among the same class for medium-size workpiece machining.

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ MAF-E Series of table-type horizontal boring mills, distributed in the U.S. by Yamazen Inc., features a boring spindle diameter of 150 mm and an 800-mm extendable spindle stroke, said to be the longest among the same class for medium-size workpiece machining. The mills’ structural rigidity enables high-speed, high-accuracy machining, Yamazen says. The main spindle offers motor outputs of 30 kW, a spindle rotation speed of 3,000 rpm and a feed rate of 15 m/min.

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