It guarantees high working flexibility, power, big working envelope, reduce footprint and the dynamics of a compact machine.
|Breton Ultrix 1200 Evo|
The machine’s notably solid structure has a base onto which the gantry movement guides are fixed, while the automatic magazine is in a specially designed cavity on the left column.
Following Breton’s tradition, the material used for the structure of Ultrix 1200 is Metalquartz®, a polymeric resin that fills the machine structure to reach impressive rigidity and unequalled vibration damping capacity.
These characteristics then grant high machining quality, top finishing levels and a longer tool life.
The GANTRY is made of electrowelded normalised steel and moves along the top of the two columns thanks to high-precision roller guides.
The RAM is anchored to the front of the bridge and is also made of normalised steel. The RAM runs on the bridge, driven by a system of ball bearings and a preloaded double lead screw nut.
At the bottom of the RAM, near the motor spindle, there is a three-axis accelerometer sensor, which is very useful for monitoring the tool balancing during machining.
The TURNING TABLE tilts from -120° to +120°, and is driven by a direct drive motor.
Key points of the Ultrix 1200 EVO:
• Travels: 1700x1600x1000 mm
• Accessory management (additional heads, special tools, turning heads with transmission etc.) in the machine’s dedicated internal magazine, with automatic tool change.
• Tilting table available with dual Direct Drive or Dual Drive A axis with play recovery and max torques of up to 9000Nm.
• Milling/turning table with torques of 2000 to 5000Nm, max speed 450rpm.
Thanks to its high rotation speed, this solution allows significant roughing and excellent finishing of the workpieces, without changing machining centre.
• Symmetrical structures to reduce the impact of thermal expansion to a minimum.
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