ORBITEC 20

ORBITEC 20

    • MACHINE DESCRIPTION:

      The ORBITEC 20 large part machining center provides the capability to create true turned surfaces on parts that are difficult, or too large, to rotate. The machine greatly reduces setup times and improves throughput for large, heavy and awkward workpieces such as those often found in the energy industry. As a cost-effective, innovative valve body production center the ORBITEC 20 can complete more than 75% of valve applications in one setup while maintaining high tolerances.

      The machine’s patented head-design technology allows it to perform a variety of operations, including the facing of flange surfaces, conical boring of taper holes, face milling and endmilling, in a single part setup.The machine’s head allows the centerline of rotation to be moved for positioning the turning centerline where needed.

       

      MACHINE CHARACTERISTICS:
      • Unique headstock design
      • High-precision large-component machining
      • Heavy duty integrated spindle motor
      • Automatic tool changing and 60-tool magazine
      • Large 19″diameter turning capability
      • Optional two-pallet changer and integration into PALLETECH system for linking with other Mazak machining centers in atutomated production cells

       

      MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
    Specification
    Capacity
    Spindle
    Magazine
    Feed Axes
    Pallet Size
    Maximum Workpiece Diameter
    Maximum Workpiece Height
    Spindle Taper
    Maximum Speed
    Motor Output (30 minute rating)
    Number of Tools
    Travel (X Axis)
    Travel (Z Axis)
    Values
    630 mm
    1050 mm
    1300 mm
    Capto C8
    600 rpm
    30 kw / 40.0 hp
    60
    280 mm
    1230 mm

    Orbitec Technology

    Control Type: Custom

    Series Characteristics

    • Unique headstock design
    • High-precision large-component machining
    • Heavy duty integrated spindle motor
    • Large-diameter turning capability
    • Optional two-pallet changer and integration into PALLETECH system for linking with other Mazak machining centers in atutomated production cells