Vertical Machining Centres
The vertical machining centres are high-performance machines intended for complex chip machining. They are suitable for tool shops, for power machining and when equipped with a pallet changer, they also find their employment in the automotive industry. The work table, whose upper surface serves for workpiece clamping, is traveling in the longitudinal direction (X-axis) along guide-ways of the cross saddle. The cross saddle is moving along guide-ways of the base in the transverse direction (Y-axis). The spindle head moves in the vertical direction (Z-axis) along the guide-ways of the column. All guide-ways are formed by linear guides with rollers. Optionally, it is possible to equip the machines with the 4th of 5th CNC axis and with a wide range of other technological optional equipment.