EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
    Cutting machine tools

    New fork head increases dynamics and cutting performance

    The technically revised version of the five-axis HBZ Compact Cell 200/100 horizontal machining center with pallet automation is equipped with a new fork head.

    20 Jul. 2017
    The five-axis horizontal machining center HBZ Compact Cell 200/100 is being presented with a new fork head.

    Handtmann will be presenting a new combination that is claimed to ensure a significant increase of dynamics and cutting performance. Very high dampening performance and rigidity, enhanced and bearing-independent hydraulic clamping and highly dynamic direct drives are said to yield higher process reliability in five-axis HSC machining. With its new fork head, the manufacturers have developed a milling head especially designed for high-speed cutting. The HBZ Compact Cell is now available with equipment such as an extended tool magazine, a larger work zone with improved vibration and dampening features, and improved ergonomics and temperature compensation. With a whole series of fork heads, the German company reports that it now offers the key component milling head for its machines from one source. The availability of various head and spindle combinations coupled with retrofitting capability enable customer-specific configurations.

    Contact: Sabrina Fischer, Handtmann A-Punkt Automation GmbH
    Tel. +49 751 5079-754
    E-mail: sabrina.fischer@handtmann.de
    Website: www.handtmann.de

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