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Danobat-Overbeck IRD-200 internal grinding machine achieves short change-over times
Ideally suited to the machining of dies and punches, for example, the integrated B axis of the workhead, which has a swivelling rage of +95º/-25º, combines with 3-axis interpolative software to allow the grinding of different radii without manual re-setting of the pivot points. The T-slide configuration (400 mm workhead X axis travel/200 mm grinding spindle Z axis travel, with both axes driven by Siemens linear motors) contributes to a high static and dynamic stability. Both slide elements are characterised by fast traverse speed, precise positioning and low maintenance requirements.
The direct driven workhead, can be equipped with either a magnetic chuck or a six-jaw pneumatic chuck, ensures the highest possible roundness quality while contributing to flexibility and short change-over times. Up to 4 grinding spindles plus measuring probe can be mounted on the wheelhead. Grinding spindles can be high frequency or belt-driven.
The Danobat-Overbeck-developed software within the Siemens Sinumerik 840D control system is tailored to the customer's specific application. Programming is made easy via on-screen graphics for fast part type change even with complex word piece forms. Included is a 2D/3D simulation package that enables the operator to check a completed program for possible collision points.
The new development of the cam grinding software offers the possibility to grind non round basic shapes in combination with a free-defined profile of the workpiece. Furthermore shapes can be grind which require non-continuous circulation of the workhead spindle f. e. bores outside the workpiece rotation center. Easier drawing related programming at the machine, during active B1-Axis transformation
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