Used SCHERER Feinbau VDZ 200 vertical CNC Lathe mit Transport Band
- Control: Siemens 810 T
- Swing ü.Bett: 300
- Chuck diameter: 175
- Engine power: 18 kW ca.
- Speed range from - to: 20 - 6000 rev / min
- Axles: 3
- Driven tools: yes
- Chip conveyor: yes
- Transport band 2.000x160x 950 mm
- Loading and unloading automatically 3 seconds
Advantages Vertical Lathe of Scherer
The trend towards vertical machining has Scherer Feinbau recognized early on and today has a whole range of sophisticated vertical pick-up turning machines, which are equipped with the necessary power reserves, but no gadgetry. It all started in 1978 with the overhaul and modernization of machine tools. But in 1981 the company moved into its own production facilities in Mömbris. And 1986, the lathes section Feinbau in Winterbach, was acquired. That was the impetus, not only in terms of size lathes, performance and automation to develop. Under realization of incipient development in the field of food portions were driven forward the development of CNC vertical lathes. As a manufacturing center for high standards referred Scherer Feinbau its vertical turning centers, such as here the size VDZ 200. Here ensures the traveling, hanging spindle for effective material and workpiece handling. In the spacious workspace tool turret with driven tools and have sufficient support linear space.
Short changeover times with a few change parts
A minimum change parts allows particularly short changeover times and thus high flexibility even with frequently changing series. In addition, can be customized with different intake and discharge systems and application-specific solutions implemented without great expense. With the spindle power of 29 kW (40% ED) can make significant chips in steel. These speeds come to a maximum of 7 200 r / min, which permit safe on these machines also hard machining of steel and dry machining. The traversing be 820 mm in X and 240 mm in the Z direction. The fast rapid traverse from ma-maximum of 60 m / min in X-direction (30 m / min in the Z direction) guarantees short chip-to-chip times.