4-axis CNC machining centre designed for working bars or parts in aluminium, PVC, light alloys in general and steel. It includes two different operating modes: the first one, in single-zone mode, for machining whole bars in a single working area, up to 7.0 m long; the second one, in double operation, for machining multiple workpieces in the two separate working areas. All CNC axes are absolute and do not require resetting upon restarting the machine. The machine in HP version features 2 additional axes that, in double operation, allow positioning in the clamps and reference stops in concurrent operation time with respect to the spindle machining processes in the opposite working field. The 4th axis allows the electrospindle to rotate to CNC from –120° to +120° on horizontal axis, to machine the top and the side faces of the profile. Features a 12-place tool magazine, on the gantry (X-axis), with two suitable positions for holding a blade with a maximum diameter of 250 mm and an angular machining head. The mobile worktable facilitates the workpiece loading/unloading operation fully ergonomically, and significantly increases the machinable section on the Y-axis.
1F = 1 face machining 5F = 5 faces machining
asymmetrical double mode
Dimensions in mm
The tool magazine is integrated on the X axis, in the lower part and behind the electrospindle. It allows great reduction of tool change times. This function is particularly useful in the extrusion head and tail machining, avoiding the stroke to get to the magazine, as it moves simultaneously with the electrospindle and its positions. The magazine can contain up to 12 tool holders with relevant tools, which can be set at the operator’s discretion. Each position of the tool holder is provided with a sensor detecting the correct cone position.
The industrial label printer allows each cut profile to be identified with identifying features from the cutting list. In addition, barcode printing enables easy identification of the profile itself, which is particularly useful for subsequent machining steps on Machining Centres or assisted assembly lines.