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VMC-137

 

SPECIFICATION

  Baugruppe Benennung Einheit VMC-137
SPINDEL Steikegel WZ Aufnahme   SK 50
  Antrieb   Riemen/Getriebe
  Drehzehl U/min. 8.000/6,000
       
Arbeitstisch Abmessungen mm 1,400 x 710
 
 

T-Nut

Größe / Anzahl / Abstand

mm

 

18 x 6 x125
 

  Arbeitsbereich mm

 

1,300 x 700
 

  Max.Werkstückgewicht kgs 1,200
       
Verfahrwege & Vorschübe X Ache mm 1,300
  Y Achse mm 700
  Z Achse mm 650
  Abstand Spindelnase zur
Tischoberfläche
mm

200~850

  Abstand Spindelmitte zu den Z Achsführungen ( Maschinenständer)  mm 755
  Eilgang m/min X, Y=15
Z=12
  Arbeitsvorschub der Achsen mm/min X, Y, Z:1~10,000 (393)
       
WZ-Wechsler WZ - Tasche   BT 50
  Anzugsbolzen   MAS P40T-1(45º)
  WZ - Plätze   24
  Max. WZ - Durchmesser bei freien Nachbarplatz
 
mm Ø250
  Max. WZ - Durchmesser
Ohne freien Nachbarplatz
mm Ø125
  Max. WZ - Länge mm 300
  Max. WZ - Gewicht kgs 15
  WZ- Arm  Typ   CAM Driven Arm Type
       
MOTOREN Spindel (Konstand./30min.) kw

18.5/22

(Mit Antriebsriemen)

15/18.5

( Mit Geriebe)

  X/Y/Z Achsen (Fanuc) kw 4
  Zentralschmierung kw 0.025
  Kühlmittelpumpe kw 0.49
       
Allgemeine Angaben
Maschinenhöhet mm 3,130
  Platzbedarf mm

 

4,150 x 3,450
 

  Maschinengewicht kgs 12,000
  Steuerung  

FANUC 0iMC

Heidenhain iTNC 530

Siemens

 

 

CHARACTERISTIC

 

AGMA hardened -way machines are designed for rigidity and heavy-duty cutting. The machine structures are exclusively made to absorb and dampen cutting-induced vibration; yet the machine's agility is better than most linear-way type machines on the market. In order to support our customers'needs, AGMA has built a support network specifically in special material cutting applications.This allows us to offer our clientele the best solution to their applications. Customer satisfaction is always AGMA's first priority.

 

High-Rigidity Structure

All three axes have a hardened box-way design. In addition, the spindle headstock, column, saddle, base, and table are all made of high-quality Meehanite cast iron.

 

High-Stiffness Spindle Design (VMC-137)

The cartridge-type spindle enables it to reach 6,000, 8,000, or 10,000 RPM using a belt drive assembly. Bearings at spindle nose end are well supported by a shaft sleeve and casting structure. The optimized bearing arrangement along with rigid spindle headstock reduces cutting-induced vibrations, virtually guaranteeing a better work piece surface finish.
Stiff Ballscrew Design for Greater Axial Support (VMC-137)

All three axes use ISO Class C3 precision ground pre-loaded ballscrews with pre-tensioned supports on both ends to minimize backlash and compensate the thermal induced error.
Three Chip Auger Design (VMC-137)

Instead of using a costly chip conveyor, the special three-chip auger system efficiently removes metal chips produced during machining.
Belt-Driven Spindle (VMC-137)

The spindle headstock has increased rigidity due to the wide stance design of the z-axis ways and the long surface contact between the headstock and way bars.
Massive Column Design (VMC-137)

Four over-sized ways of the machine base combined with the large column helps make the structure a very rigid unit.The column is also heavily ribbed with honeycomb shape ribs to minimize any twisting caused during machining. When in operation, maximum contact surface between the spindle headstock and Z-axis ways helps counteract heavy loads applied to the spindle structure.
Design of High Horse Power Spindle for Heavy-Duty Cutting (VMC-158)

The gear-driven cartridge spindle is capable of reaching speeds of 4,000 to 6,000 RPM. There is a dramatic increase in spindle rigidity due to increased spindle bearing support. This along with a high horsepower spindle motor dramatically enhances the machine's cutting performance. In addition, each gear-driven spindle has a spindle oil cooler used to lower bearing temperature and prolong spindle life.
Pulley-Driven Spindle (VMC-158)

Three spindle alternatives of spindle are available. An enhanced headstock design allows the spindles to run up to 10.000 RPM. All spindles and pulley assemblies are dynamically balanced. A non-slip timing belt ensures the spindle will run smoothly, even at maximum speed.
X-Axis Chip Auger(VMC-158)

The chip auger design provides optimal chip disposal and maximizes table cleanness.
Gear-Driven Spindle Transmission(VMC-158)

The two-speed gear transmission allows full power utilization. All gears are made of Chrome Molybdenum alloy steel, heat treated, and precisely ground to ensure the spindle runs quietly and smoothly.Furthermore, the design of the floating tool release mechanism minimizes any pressure exerted on the spindle bearings.
Excellent Machine Base Design (VMC-158)

The machine base of the VMC-158 uses a unique enclosed circular structure.This unique design allows the base to remain free of deformation that may occur due to the heat generated during machining.This unique design also allows the machine to remain stable after extensive usage.
Automatic Lubrication System

All AGMA machines use a pressurized central lubricating system. The PLC controlled system allows all three axes to be lubricated evenly to maintain accuracy and prolong machine life.
Ball-Bar Testing

Each machine goes through telescoping ball-bar tests to check contouring accuracy and uncover any geometric errors.This testing ensures the machine structure is both square and parallel.
Oil Circulating Cooling System for Spindle

A high efficiency spindle cooling system dissipates running induced heat generation in order to maintain spindle accuracy and prolong spindle life.
Calibration with Laser Interferometer was Performed and Certified by PMC

All of our machines are calibrated according to the "VDI 3441 3σ "standard. Calibration is performed for full travel length for each axis. Each measurement is taken six times to ensure the most consistent and accurate readings.
Hand Scraping To ensure consistent high quality, each slide way is hand-scraped. Each axis saddle has Turcite material on it and a special "*" design is used along with a "Z" pattern for efficient oil troughs. There is an excellent distribution of oil to all axes, so settling time after rapid movements is eliminated, and stick-slip during cutting is minimized.
24 Tools Magazine

A rapid arm-type tool changer is driven with a precision cam, maintaining tool-changing accuracy of 0.01mm, which in turn will help maintain long-term spindle-clamping accuracy.
Pressurized Oil Distributor

Lubricating oil is evenly distributed to the sliding surfaces of the machine by using Showa oil distributors along with hard-plumbed, low maintenance oil lines.