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design centers the quill head to eliminate potential problems resulting from overhang or imbalance, problems which are typi- cally associated with traditional boring machines,” said Kraemer. “The quill provides a lot of production advantages for large, long workpieces like those typically found in the oil patch for fracking pumps, as well as meeting the parts machining require- ments of the major mining, construction and farm equipment builders. The quill provides the reach that enables machin- ing with heavy, shorter tools without exceeding the machine’s ability to handle them,” said Kraemer. Machine workload capacity is 8000 or 10,000 kg depending on the pallet model chosen, either single or twin-pallet.


“The 16000Q is equipped with an automatic attachment changer that in- creases part processing fl exibility through the use of various special operation attachments such as U-axis boring tools and facing heads, U-axis OD turning heads, including Davis and D’ andrea heads,” said Kraemer. “The speed of our new Smooth CNC controls and spindles with their own servodrives enable us to synchronize the rotation of a boring bar with the insert on the outside of the bar with the X–Y axes for OD turning or even machining tapers,” said Kraemer. The HCN-16000Q can be added to existing manufacturing cells, including those with dissimilar machines such as the Mazak e-Vertical and Integrex series of machines. And when the HCN- 16000Q is part of an automated Mazak Palletech cell, the machine further in- creases the cell’s overall versatility with the addition of deep boring and U-axis machining capabilities.


Industry 4.0 Technologies Inform All Machining Platforms Industry 4.0 (i4.0) software is the latest technology that DMG Mori is leveraging on all of its machining


August 2017 | AdvancedManufacturing.org 59


platforms, not just HMCs, according to Jeff Wallace, general manager, DMG Mori USA National Engineering (Hoffman Estates, IL). “With our latest control platform, CELOS, we are able to collect and analyze real-time data from the HMCs,”


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